Villagers from the Basi Rawa refugee camp in Sigli, Aceh province in Indonesia, build a communal latrine to ease the sanitation issues in the camp. Since the tsunami on December 26 that destroyed Basi Rawa and the homes of 800 people, the village has moved inland several hundred yards and set up a camp. However, the temporary camp lacks any sanitation safeguards, and creates a hazardous situation. Doctors Without Borders has sponsored the building of this latrine; the total cost will be around $200.
(Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)