“A major drive is under way to provide employment for an estimated 40,000 job seekers in the tsunami-hit Indonesian province of Aceh.

International agencies have laid out plans to engage Acehnese in rebuilding their homeland in the next 3 to 5 years.

Three months on, Banda Aceh’s river mouth seems ready to breathe life again to a once bustling fish market.

A project called Cash-for-Work under the United Nations Development Programme, was partly instrumental for this clean-up.” Read More

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