Tsunami Aid: A Guide to Giving

Donate generously to help victims of the Asian calamity, but do some homework to make sure your money goes where you want it to

The South Asian tsunami disaster is fast on its way to becoming one of the largest, most costly relief efforts ever. And it's looking like private donors -- rather than government sources -- will pay most of these costs. Aid experts advise that to make the most of donations, givers should take time to learn more about where best to steer their money, on what it will be spent, and how long the recovery will take.

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