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Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. Memorial in Colachal to the 414 people who perished because of the tsunami. Hand of a child grasping the arm of an adult as they struggle in the waves, India.
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Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. Memorial in Colachal to the 414 people who perished because of the tsunami. Hand of a child grasping the arm of an adult as they struggle in the waves, India. stock photo

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Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. The Lakshadweep Sea, calm at this time, but site of the destructive forces of the tsunami 0n 26 December 2004, India. stock photo
06in188 - Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. The Lakshadweep Sea, calm at this time, but site of the destructive forces of the tsunami 0n 26 December 2004, India.
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Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. Victims of the disaster, these people are living in temporary shelters provided by the government. India. stock photo
06in193 - Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. Victims of the disaster, these people are living in temporary shelters provided by the government. India.
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Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. The Lakshadweep Sea, calm at this time, but site of the destructive forces of the tsunami 0n 26 December 2004. Fishermen carring nets and poles from a fishing boat, India. stock photo
06in190 - Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. The Lakshadweep Sea, calm at this time, but site of the destructive forces of the tsunami 0n 26 December 2004. Fishermen carring nets and poles from a fishing boat, India.
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Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. Victims of the disaster, these people are living in temporary shelters provided by the government. India. stock photo
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Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. Augustina Ammal (woman with red shirt) lost 33 members of her family in the tsunami. Most died when they fled the tsunami and drowned in the canal shown in the background. The canal is just 100 meters inland from the beach, India. stock photo
06in192 - Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. Augustina Ammal (woman with red shirt) lost 33 members of her family in the tsunami. Most died when they fled the tsunami and drowned in the canal shown in the background. The canal is just 100 meters inland from the beach, India.
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Visits to post-tsunami site in Srayickadu Kollom, Kerala, where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malankar Church. A child who survived the tsunami, India. stock photo
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#06in187 - Visits to post-tsunami site in Kanyakumari where CNEWA funds relief efforts through the Social Services office of the Syro-Malabar Church. Memorial in Colachal to the 414 people who perished because of the tsunami. Pushapa Raj, 33, points to the name of his father on the tsunami memorial. He lost 12 family members in the tsunami. He survived by ’clinging to a tree. I was at home eating when the 100 foot wave swept over our hut near the beach, It was so fast! My parents and brother-in-law perished, although my wife and child survived.’, India.
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