Situation Improves in Hard-Hit Indonesian Province Food and water are being distributed in the provincial capital of Banda Aceh in Indonesia, but many villages struck by the tsunami eight days ago have not been reached yet. Relief groups are also beginning to set up housing for aid workers and drivers for supply transport. NPR's Adam Davidson reports.
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A U.S. Navy petty officer delivers relief supplies to tsunami survivors at a makeshift camp in Krueng Raya, some 15 miles northeast of Indonesia's Banda Aceh province, Jan. 3. Reuters hide caption

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Food and water are being distributed in the provincial capital of Banda Aceh in Indonesia, but many villages struck by the tsunami eight days ago have not been reached yet. Relief groups are also beginning to set up housing for aid workers and drivers for supply transport. NPR's Adam Davidson reports.