They lived in leaf roofed; mud made houses and slept on floors on leaf weaved carpets. In most cases kitchen and bedroom. The bedroom also the living room. Their garden was lagoon shore and lived from fishing or days work. The hadn’t experienced flood this scale before. When water came they left home with children and now in camps. Still rain delays receding of water. Even if they return they have no place to sleep, no cloths, no kitchen utencils.
With houses and belongings lost and displaced. Its peoples way of life that was lost, not much infrastructure. If whole country does not come supporting, this loss will reflect in national economy making more people suffer as a consequence. There is a severe need for nation wide support, People to People is a strong lesson we learned from Tsunami.