Clean or corrupt: tsunami aid in Aceh
When the Indian Ocean tsunami swept across a large part of the Indonesian province of Aceh on December 26, 2004, the international response was extraordinary. People everywhere opened their hearts and their wallets to the victims. Governments, Non-Government Organisations and international agencies did likewise. In no time nearly US$6 billion had been pledged for Aceh's reconstruction and rehabilitation. Because of Indonesia's reputation for high levels of corruption, the Indonesian Government...[Show more]
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