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The after math of Cyclone Nargis
The after math of Cyclone Nargis
On May 2 at 1600 hours local time, Cyclone Nargis, one of the deadliest and most destructive tropical cyclones made landfall near the mouth of the Irrawaddy River in the Irrawaddy Division of Myanmar (Formerly Burma). It made landfall with a maximum sustained wind speed of approximately 132 (mph) and a storm surge of 12 feet.
The after math of Cyclone Nargis
The after math of Cyclone Nargis
On May 2 at 1600 hours local time, Cyclone Nargis, one of the deadliest and most destructive tropical cyclones made landfall near the mouth of the Irrawaddy River in the Irrawaddy Division of Myanmar (Formerly Burma). It made landfall with a maximum sustained wind speed of approximately 132 (mph) and a storm surge of 12 feet.
Waiting along the side of the road to receive help
Waiting along the side of the road to receive help
Bogalay Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
Crossing "Irrawaddy River" to get to the "Delta Region" in the rain was quite an experience
Crossing "Irrawaddy River" to get to the "Delta Region" in the rain was quite an experience
In the early month of July: Storms and showers of heavy rain
In a small boat crossing the rice paddy fields
In a small boat crossing the rice paddy fields
Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
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A local villager helping us cross the field
Struggling to cross the rice field in the rain
Struggling to cross the rice field in the rain
Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
Town Mayor "U Hla Win" showing a need for a decent school
Town Mayor "U Hla Win" showing a need for a decent school
Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
A damaged/temporary school for kids in the village
A damaged/temporary school for kids in the village
Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
Rebuilding homes after they've been destroyed
Rebuilding homes after they've been destroyed
Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
Tatar Chaung Village: Building homes in the rain
Tatar Chaung Village: Building homes in the rain
Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
Orphans at a Buddhist Temple
Orphans at a Buddhist Temple
Bogalay Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
They have lost their homes, security, and love ones
They have lost their homes, security, and love ones
Total Population: 514Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
Distributing clothing and toys to the kids along the field
Distributing clothing and toys to the kids along the field
Total Population: 514Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
Giving a town nurse some medicine that were give by "Giving Children Hope" organization
Giving a town nurse some medicine that were give by "Giving Children Hope" organization
Total Population: 514Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
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At the end of the night: We gave some pocket money to the victims to lift up their spiritsTotal Population: 514Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
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Homes along Tatar Chaung Village Victims who live along the "Delta Region"Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township in Myanmar (Formerly Burma)
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Attempt to rebuild with leftover materialsTatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township in Myanmar (Formerly Burma)
A typical home near rice fields in Tatar Chaung Village
A typical home near rice fields in Tatar Chaung Village
Total Population: 514 Tatar Chaung Village, Daydaye Township in Myanmar (Formerly Burma)
Never fails to smile for a camera
Never fails to smile for a camera
Near the Ocean side with the villagers
Near the Ocean side with the villagers
Total Population: 514 Tatar Chaung Village: Irrawaddy Division of Burma (Myanmar)
"Until we meet again..."
"Until we meet again..."

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