Recovering from a double disaster in Palu

The World Food Programme (WFP) is providing logistics support to recovery efforts after the earthquake and tsunami that hit Indonesia on 28 September

Kate Walton
Oct 26, 2018 · 3 min read
The official death toll for the earthquake and tsunami stands at 2,200. Photo: WFP/Djuna Bewley/WFP
The remains of a mosque in Balaroa, where liquefaction destroyed the village and killed hundreds. Photo: WFP/Djuna Bewley
Community kitchen in Palu are serving thousands of meals a day. Photo: WFP/Djuna Bewley
Loading a WFP truck with supplies at Palu airport as a storm approaches. Photo: WFP/Djuna Bewley

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