Former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush are set to visit Indonesia on Sunday, as they tour areas of South Asia devastated by the December 26th tsunami.
The pair will visit Indonesia's Aceh province, where more than 100,000 bodies have been recovered in the wake of the disaster. The two former presidents will later visit Sri Lanka and the Maldives during their tour.
Saturday, the two former presidents visited a Thai fishing village (Baan Nam) and met children who lost their families in the tsunami.
Mr. Clinton and Mr. Bush also made an appeal for at least four-billion dollars more in donations for reconstruction costs in tsunami-ravaged countries -- in addition to the seven-billion dollars already raised.
More than 200,000 people were killed in 11 countries hit by the tsunami on December 26th.