Relief Agency Finds Aceh Conditions Worse Than Expected Workers arriving in Indonesia's Aceh found desperate conditions in the province, which was among the areas worst hit by Sunday's earthquake and tsunami. He says that it is possible to get supplies to Banda Aceh, but difficult to move them from there to outlying places. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to John Budd, director of communications for UNICEF in Jakarta.
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Relief Agency Finds Aceh Conditions Worse Than Expected

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Relief Agency Finds Aceh Conditions Worse Than Expected

Relief Agency Finds Aceh Conditions Worse Than Expected

Relief Agency Finds Aceh Conditions Worse Than Expected

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Workers arriving in Indonesia's Aceh found desperate conditions in the province, which was among the areas worst hit by Sunday's earthquake and tsunami. He says that it is possible to get supplies to Banda Aceh, but difficult to move them from there to outlying places. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to John Budd, director of communications for UNICEF in Jakarta.