The Washington Post News Story, How to Help: International Aid to Burma, provides a variety of resources for assisting with emergency relief efforts in response to the Burma cyclone.
"The storm has affected sources of drinking water, communications and electricity in the country, and U.N. officials estimate that hundreds of thousands of people have been left homeless. Teams from the local Red Cross have begun distributing plastic sheeting and water-purification tablets from existing stockpiles in the country, but the United Nations and authorities are discussing how best to import large quantities of relief supplies."
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