In the village of Mangur, Indonesia, Aldo,
age 10, recalls the day he lost his old school.
"My friends and I were playing football
in the field," he says. "When my friend tried to score a goal,
he kicked the ball and it didn't go straight; it went somewhere to the
right. That's when we realized an earthquake was happening."
In the three months since the earthquake
struck, Save the Children's humanitarian response has reached more than
30,000 families, including more than 67,000 children. In just two of the