About 40 workers - including surgeons, nurses, psychologists and logisticians - are assessing the needs in the city of Padang and in the surrounding area, mainly in the city of Pariaman, where close to 90 percent of the houses have been destroyed. The latest official estimate is of 704 dead with possibly 1,000 to 3,000 missing almost a week after a powerful earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Sumatra. An area of great concern is Pariaman, one of the most affected towns located approximately 50 kilometres north of Padang, as well as the surrounding rural areas, where several villages have been completely destroyed by landslides and access of relief efforts is still difficult.
© Juan-Carlos Tomasi

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