Former US President Bill Clinton has visited the region of southern India worst hit by the 2004 tsunami.
Whole communities were swept away
Mr Clinton, a UN special envoy for tsunami relief, visited new homes and a school for tsunami victims in Cuddalore in Tamil Nadu state.
He also visited a cyclone shelter with a newly installed warning system and witness a mock drill.
The tsunami killed more than 6,000 people in the area and affected at least 200,000.
Mr Clinton is also due to visit Thailand and Indonesia, where the tsunami killed tens of thousands of people during his final visit to the tsunami affected areas as an UN envoy, a statement issued by his office said.
Mr Clinton had visited the region last May and met with survivors.
On Monday, the ex-US president announced to make HIV/Aids treatment cheaper for children at a function in the Indian capital, Delhi.
"I will never forget your story all my life," he had told a tsunami survivor in the area during his last visit.