Wednesday, January 05, 2005

A survivor

Abdul Sathar, in his 50s, is a man from Dhiffushi island in Male' Atoll. Dhiffushi is an island known for fishery and like so many of his fellow islanders Sathar was a fisherman. However, faced with a long spell of illness, and unable to get adequate treatment, Sathar was forced to quit work. Sitting in a chair on the corridor of Majeediyya School hall, on December 28, Sathar recalled how it was like when the tsunami struck. He said he was in the toilet when the waves came. He shouted for help and is lucky to be among the survivors. He said he liked to sit in the corridor and get a breath of fresh air. written by: niOS, Photos: Eagan, Thoha Posted by Hello


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