Three weeks after a devastating earthquake and tsunami hit the city of Palu in Sulawesi, Indonesia, 200,000 people remain in need of urgent humanitarian assistance and support.

Antony Balmain from the Australian Red Cross told The Wire that more work needs to be done for the surviving inhabitants, which includes preventing diseases such as Malaria from spreading.

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