More than a week after Cyclone Nargis hit Burma, aid is still very slow to reach parts of the country worst affected by the disaster. WARNING: Some of the following images are disturbing.
There has been some progress in bringing aid to the victims and more aid flights have been landing - here supplies donated by Thailand are being unloaded.
Survivors are beginning to gather in makeshift camps around the edges of the disaster zone caused by the cyclone.
But there are fears that if aid does not reach the victims more quickly, many hundreds of thousands of people could die.
The official death toll currently stands at 28,500, with the main city, Rangoon, and here the Irrawaddy Delta region worst hit.
It is hoped that with the Burmese regime easing access for aid convoys, relief will reach many more victims in the next few days.
Such is the scale of the disaster, dead bodies remain unburied in some areas, left alone by passers-by.
Video footage has emerged showing the bodies of children who died in the cyclone, laid out in a row in a makeshift riverside morgue.