Flood victims face hunger, overcrowding
Margareth S. Aritonang
The Jakarta Post
Gimmie shelter: Residents of Rawa Buaya take refuge at a Transjakarta bus stop in Jembatan Baru, West Jakarta, on Friday. Transjakarta has opened several bus shelters to those displaced by the floods until waters recede. (Courtesy of Transjakarta)More than 18,000 people have been displaced by the floods that have struck Jakarta. Some report facing hunger, dysentery and poor sanitation. Others have...
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