A Village Grows: Progress in New Ngelepen, Indonesia
Here is a pictorial review of the completed construction and the continuing work in New Ngelepen, a relocated model village in a ravaged Indonesian area. It suffered a tsunami in December 2004 and an earthquake followed by a landslide in May 2006. As a result, some 6000 died, countless thousands were injured and 5 million were left homeless.
In July 2006, following a request from WANGO, an international organization for global well-being, Domes For The World (DFTW) began directing the relocation and reconstruction of the original village of Ngelepen into its replacement: New Ngelepen.
Note: November 12, 2008