The United Nations reports no significant outbreaks of disease in Indonesia following last month's devastating earthquake and tsunami, but says there is still a strong threat of epidemic.
Thousands of aid workers are helping survivors, improving sanitation and providing clean water in efforts to prevent outbreaks of illnesses like malaria and cholera.
As workers continue to count those killed in the late December disaster, relief efforts have also begun funding long term reconstruction and economic recovery projects.
A senior official with the U.S. aid agency (USAID) says 92 million dollars of the 350 million pledged by President Bush has already been spent.
Speaking from the U.S. coordination center in Utapao, Thailand, the official (Tom Fry) said the aid money has funded some economic recovery projects, including initiatives that pay tsunami survivors to help relief efforts.