After Merapi, young guns give hope and help
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Disaster zone: A boy walks past houses damaged by the eruptions, in Gendol village, Cangkringan district, Sleman, Yogyakarta on Nov. 10. JP/J. Adiguna Young people have become a new power in the disaster relief efforts across Indonesia, a country prone to natural catastrophes ranging from tsunamis to earthquakes and from floods to volcanic eruptions.Students, teenagers and people in their ear...
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