Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Muslims gather to pray to mark one year after Central Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami, near a damaged mosque in Palu, Central Sulawesi province, Indonesia, September 28, 2019. Tens of thousands of Indonesians are struggling to rebuild their lives a year after a powerful earthquake and tsunami caused widespread devastation, with 57,000 people remain homeless and schools unable to reopen, aid groups said on Saturday. Antara Foto/Basri Marzuki

Ruins and damaged building are pictured nearly one year after an earthquake and tsunami at a beach in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, September 26, 2019. The city of Palu, on the island of Sulawesi, was devastated by a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and a tsunami it unleashed on Sept. 28 last year, killing more than 4,000 people. Antara Foto/Oscar Motuloh

An aerial view of a devastated region nearly one year after an earthquake and tsunami, taken over Sulawesi, Indonesia, sometime in September 2019 by a drone and obtained from social media. Humanitarian aid poured in after the disaster but local charities said a year on, survivors were still living in makeshift accommodation and children could not return to schools, as they called for rebuilding efforts to be stepped up. UN OCHA Asia-Pacific via REUTERS

An aerial view of a devastated region nearly one year after an earthquake and tsunami, taken over Sulawesi, Indonesia, sometime in September 2019 by a drone and obtained from social media. Tens of thousands of Indonesians are struggling to rebuild their lives a year after a powerful earthquake and tsunami caused widespread devastation, with 57,000 people remain homeless and schools unable to reopen, aid groups said on Saturday. UN OCHA Asia-Pacific via REUTERS

An aerial view of a devastated region nearly one year after an earthquake and tsunami, taken over Sulawesi, Indonesia, sometime in September 2019 by a drone and obtained from social media. The city of Palu, on the island of Sulawesi, was devastated by a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and a tsunami it unleashed on Sept. 28 last year, killing more than 4,000 people UN OCHA Asia-Pacific via REUTERS

Muslims gather to pray to mark one year after Central Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami, near a damaged mosque in Palu, Central Sulawesi province, Indonesia, September 28, 2019. Humanitarian aid poured in after the disaster but local charities said a year on, survivors were still living in makeshift accommodation and children could not return to schools, as they called for rebuilding efforts to be stepped up. Antara Foto/Basri Marzuki