Emergency relief - Related links
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Princes William and Harry volunteer to prepare tsunami aid kits 
Princes William and Harry have been working as volunteers in a warehouse sending aid to tsunami victims.  Visit site
Gujarat volunteers help tsunami victims 
Hundreds of volunteers and NGOs have come from practically every part of the country to lend a hand in the massive relief and rehabilitation exercise after the tsunami disaster.  Visit site
Teenager makes documentary on tsunami catastrophe 
Shaken by the suffering due to the tsunami disaster, a schoolboy in Port Blair began a novel campaign to secure aid for affected people in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The tragedy had changed the course of life for 14-year-old Nakul Goel who completed editing a 20-minute documentary Kudrat ka kahar (fury of nature) and would launch it across all major Indian cities this week to collect aid for the affected.  Visit site
Diary: Awesome task in Sumatra  
Howard Arfin is a volunteer and international delegate for the Canadian Red Cross. He has been helping bury the dead and supplying aid for survivors on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. He reports on his experiences in the first of a series of diary entries for the BBC News website.  Visit site
Untrained volunteers urged not to help 
The head of a group which places volunteer specialists in disaster areas has warned enthusiastic volunteers without specific experience not to go to tsunami-affected regions.  Visit site
Untrained volunteers urged not to help 
The head of a group which places volunteer specialists in disaster areas has warned enthusiastic volunteers without specific experience not to go to tsunami-affected regions.  Visit site
Net benefits 
 The Indian Ocean tsunami disaster generated a record level of charity giving - including a remarkable number of online donations.  Visit site
26,000 workers to tackle post-tsunami trauma 
To help tsunami victims combat the severe psychological trauma, as many as 26,000 volunteers in the Andaman and Nicobar islands and Tamil Nadu are being trained by counsellors from the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences in Bangalore.  Visit site
Volunteers bolster tsunami aid effort  
Hundreds of volunteers - both Thais and foreigners - have decided to travel to affected areas of the country to offer their help. Some cut short their holidays, others took time off work and still others have quit their jobs completely - but all of them said they could not just get on with their lives, knowing such a disaster had happened.  Visit site
Volunteers bolster tsunami aid effort  
Hundreds of volunteers - both Thais and foreigners - have decided to travel to affected areas of the country to offer their help. Some cut short their holidays, others took time off work and still others have quit their jobs completely - but all of them said they could not just get on with their lives, knowing such a disaster had happened.  Visit site

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