Concerns over Tsunami Aid Disaster organizations are rushing in to help people hit by the tsunami. But there's a risk of wasting money, time and good intentions -- and even doing harm. Aid workers say the difficulty is in managing rather than acquiring supplies. NPR's Joanne Silberner reports.

Relief Agencies Concerned about Wasted Tsunami Aid

Relief Agencies Concerned about Wasted Tsunami Aid

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Disaster organizations are rushing in to help people hit by the tsunami. But there's a risk of wasting money, time and good intentions — and even doing harm. Aid workers say the difficulty is in managing rather than acquiring supplies. NPR's Joanne Silberner reports.