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Balinese woman, Bali, Indonesia. stock photo
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INDONESIA  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Cikado village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Ciputat village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA Batak woman near Tomok,  Lake Toba,  Sumatra.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Cikado village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Cikado village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Cikado village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Kadupinang village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Kadupinang village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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Fishermen of Tanjung Priok, Indonesia. stock photo
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INDONESIA  Cikado village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Cikado village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Cikado village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Kadupinang village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Cikado village,  Sunda,  West Java.  stock photo
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INDONESIA Balinese boy surfing,  Bali.  stock photo
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Children of West Timor, Indonesia. stock photo
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INDONESIA Boy playing on the the beach at Amed with Mount Agung in background,  Bali.  stock photo
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INDONESIA Batak girls carrying food on head,  Lake Toba,  Sumatra.  stock photo
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INDONESIA  Photograph taken in Aceh Province mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.  stock photo
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INDONESIA Tsunami survivor. Photograph taken in Banda Aceh,  mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.  stock photo
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INDONESIA A survivor of the tsunami and owner of transport business. Photograph taken in Meulaboh,  Aceh Province mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.  stock photo
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INDONESIA Batak man carrying chili plants,  Tomok,  Lake Toba,  Sumatra.  stock photo
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INDONESIA Tsunami survivor of Kampong Belakang Panggong,  a low lying village beside the sea in Meulaboh. With newly constructed house. Photograph taken in Meulaboh,  Aceh Province mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.  stock photo
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INDONESIA 20-year-old Hendry is a young driver and survivor of the tsunami. Photograph taken in Meulaboh,  Aceh Province mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.  Hendry’s testimony: "Our vans leave every hour until 8 pm. I was in this terminal when the Tsunami struck. At first we felt the earthquake,  but didnt know that water would follow,  15 minutes later.  We just sat here after the earthquake,  then started to hear people screaming and running towards us from the beach. We got up and ran too,  and headed towards a hill nearby as we saw the water come flooding in. It has taken a long time to get over it,  but now life is back to normal again,  thank God!"   stock photo
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INDONESIA New mother and child hospital built in Banda Aceh by CRS. Woman recieving blood pressure check.  Photograph taken in Banda Aceh,  mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.  stock photo
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INDONESIA Muslim boys at a kindergarten in Banda Aceh which lost many of its children to the tsunami,  and has now been rebuilt. The school’s director Halimah Anwar Bustam describes the horrors suffered:  "The area the kids came from was completely flattened by the waves.  On that fateful Sunday the children were in their homes,  or many were already on the beach having fun.  So many died that morning. It was devastating. Only now are we getting things back together,  and are very grateful to CRS who are helping with the reconstruction of our damaged building.  The staff give up a portion of their (already low) salaries to sponsor poor children from the outlying villages to come to our school.  The new structure includes offices for staff,  a library,  prayer room and wheelchair accessible classroom."  Photograph taken in Banda Aceh,  mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.   stock photo
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INDONESIA Anik Mawarni Mahalijah,  a tsunami survivor who lost many members of her family. Photograph taken in Meulaboh,  Aceh Province mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour. In background is a generator ship which was washed several kms inland by the tsunami and is being left as a monument to the disaster.  Anik’s testimony: "The earthquake which caused theTsunami struck around 8 a.m. on a Sunday morning. I was at home with my mother and father at the time. My husband was in his shop selling motor oil. My daughter was on the beach with my auntie. We went to get my daughter and brought her to our house,  which is about 4 km from the sea. Then we heard a sound like 1000 trucks and saw the water rushing towards us.  We all ran,  holding hands,  and there was chaos everywhere.  People all ran different ways,  as the water caught up to us and rushed over our backs.  We were washed along to a wall,  where we managed to climb onto a roof from where we saw the sea carrying trees,  whole houses and dead people along. Many cried for help but there was nothing we could do. After half an hour we found my mother and father safe,  but we couldnt return to our house because of all the debris. We went to a hill nearby and stayed a month there with other victims.  At first I thought Id never return to the village,  out of fear. I cried every day afterwards for a long time. I lost 120 members of my extended family,  in all."   stock photo
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INDONESIA Muslim girls at  kindergarten in Banda Aceh which lost many of its children to the tsunami,  and has now been rebuilt. The school’s director Halimah Anwar Bustam describes the horrors suffered:  "The area the kids came from was completely flattened by the waves.  On that fateful Sunday the children were in their homes,  or many were already on the beach having fun.  So many died that morning. It was devastating. Only now are we getting things back together,  and are very grateful to CRS who are helping with the reconstruction of our damaged building.  The staff give up a portion of their (already low) salaries to sponsor poor children from the outlying villages to come to our school.  The new structure includes offices for staff,  a library,  prayer room and wheelchair accessible classroom."  Photograph taken in Banda Aceh,  mid-December 2006,  2 years after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004 devastated much of the coastal region. Taken to illustrate reconstruction work and projects of CRS (Catholic Relief Services) of USA who sponsored the photo tour.   stock photo
         
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