A massive outpouring of support followed in the wake of the disaster, allowing Oxfam to help families recover and rebuild. “Positive things are happening here now,” says one survivor in Aceh.
As a complete picture of the damage around Padang begins to emerge, aid workes scramble to meet the needs of city residents and those in the villages beyond.
Oxfam's work to restore clean water and improve livelihoods on the island has become an important element of its tsunami response.
Nearly a billion people are now experiencing chronic hunger. So how can we cure this global epidemic?
In Bali and in Washington, DC, world leaders make gradual progress on meeting the needs of poor communities.