Dec 20, 2005; Lhoong, Banda Aceh, INDONESIA; Two young girls seeking refuge at a IDP settlement in the sub-district of Lhoong care for their baby sibling under the arches of a local mosque. 'CARE' is ferrying relief, supplies and doctors up and down the west coast of Sumatra bringing aid to the devastated region. With road access cut off, the sea and air are the only means by which

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Dec 20, 2005; Lhoong, Banda Aceh, INDONESIA; Two young girls seeking refuge at a IDP settlement in the sub-district of Lhoong care for their baby sibling under the arches of a local mosque. 'CARE' is ferrying relief, supplies and doctors up and down the west coast of Sumatra bringing aid to the devastated region. With road access cut off, the sea and air are the only means by which
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Dec 20, 2005; Lhoong, Banda Aceh, INDONESIA; Two young girls seeking refuge at a IDP settlement in the sub-district of Lhoong care for their baby sibling under the arches of a local mosque. 'CARE' is ferrying relief, supplies and doctors up and down the west coast of Sumatra bringing aid to the devastated region. With road access cut off, the sea and air are the only means by which thousands of victims of the deadly Tsunami can be reached. On Dec 26th 2004, an undersea earthquake registering 9.0 on the richter scale rocked the sea floor hundreds of miles off the coast of Sumatra. Within the hour, a giant tsunami traveling over 180 km an hour reached the quiet seaside city of Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The tsunami's wrath reached thousands of miles affecting people in dozens of countries and killing over 250,000. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Josh Estey/CARE/JiwaFoto/ZUMA Press. (©) Copyright 2005 by JiwaFoto

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