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Relief Agency Plans for Second Cyclone

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A man (right) fixes his cyclone-damaged home in Myanmar. i

A man (right) fixes his cyclone-damaged home in Myanmar. American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee hide caption

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A man (right) fixes his cyclone-damaged home in Myanmar.

A man (right) fixes his cyclone-damaged home in Myanmar.

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

Amos Avgar, executive director of the International Development Program of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, just left Yangon, Myanmar.

Avgar discusses the devastation he saw in the town hardest hit by Cyclone Nargis.

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