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13 January 2005

WFP'S LATEST UPDATE ON COUNTRIES AFFECTED BY TSUNAMI

An AusAID-funded boat has begun operating out of Singkil on the southwest coast of Sumatra province delivering 16-20 tonnes of WFP food every two to three days to the island of Simeulu.
12 January 2005

WFP'S LATEST UPDATE ON COUNTRIES AFFECTED BY TSUNAMI

WFP convoys and staff continued to move and work freely in Aceh today one day after government officials said foreign aid workers would need permission to travel outside the provincial capital of Banda Aceh and the port of Meulaboh on the west coast.
11 January 2005

WFP'S LATEST UPDATE ON COUNTRIES AFFECTED BY TSUNAMI

Regarding news reports that aid agencies would need permission from Indonesian authorities to work outside the Aceh provincial capital of Banda Aceh and the port of Meulaboh, WFP has not yet received any official notification.
5 January 2005

FISHERMEN NOW FEARFUL OF SEA

Jonathan Dumont, WFP's video producer, sent this "e-card" from Sri Lanka describing the devastation he found there following the tsunami on December 26.

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