Sanitation Seen as Key Part of Tsunami Relief Effort

The health of thousands of tsunami survivors depends on a simple thing: toilets. If toilets are not available, or not used, diseases like cholera and typhus could run rampant. NPR's Joanne Silberner reports.



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