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An Indian girl has four days in the jungle survived after a large part of her family lost their lives had come. Six months after the tsunami, a lot happened. The dead are buried, the homeless have shelter received and the orphans to the care of relatives or villagers entrusted. Even in the worst affected areas in the reconstruction begin. Children followed back education, often in temporary classrooms. The care of health has resumed and is better. Already there are signs of recovery. UNICEF late after a long interval after the tsunami again see what the money is that many donors have given. Together with various partners, the last time a lot done for the children and their families in the affected area:

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• In early June, a total of approximately 1,200,000 children vaccinated against measles
• 850,000 children have vitamin A given to strengthen their resistance • Hundreds of thousands of people have access to proper sanitation and more than one million people per day get clean drinking water.
• 750,000 children have school materials received
• Within two months after the disaster, almost all children in the tsunami zone back to school. Unicef, the restoration of 1573 schools paid and also funding the construction of new permanent schools
• It is noteworthy that despite the fear of disease outbreaks, no child is deceased a disease as a result of the tsunami the appeared
• Almost 240,000 people are equipped with mosquito nets to protect against malaria
• About 211,000 children have psychosocial support received

But there is still much to be done. The people in the area in their living can provide. Houses must be rebuilt. There are permanent schools and health needs. Everyone needs good facilities for water and sanitation have.

How fast this will depend on many factors. There must negotiate the ownership of land, not all areas are easily accessible and secure. Government during the tsunami many staff lost, so they are manpower shortages come. Residents of communities should be consulted.

The reconstruction must be carefully done so that is sustainable. A full recovery of the costs of years and this is the cooperation of the countries and the international community.

Coconuts
The 10-year-old Almesh Javed as the could of the above actions do not enjoy and knew the Indian archipelago of Andaman and Nicobar islands in life continue berries and coconuts to eat. The Indian parliamentarian Manoranjan Bakhta the girl is now reunited with her grandparents, that the disaster have survived.

Jungle
Almesh Javed, the jungle in flight, when she had seen her parents and sister were inundated by the tsunami. The girl walked through the jungle until they are in a hospital was.

5000 deaths
An estimated 5,000 people are possible to the life on the tropical islands. Most of them come from the population of the Nicobar islands, in villages along the coast lived.

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