Cyclone victims are rebuilding homes and collecting rainwater as foreign aid workers slowly spread out.
More workers are being allow in, but some who have been in cyclone-affected areas say bureaucracy is impeding access to victims.
United Nations chief Ban Ki Moon arrived Thursday and hopes to meet Burma's leader Gen. Than Shwe today.
Leaders hope their charges of a crime against humanity will push the junta to expand relief efforts.
Burma said Monday it would allow in some Southeast Asian aid workers.
Cut phone lines and travel bans have blocked survivors’ efforts to locate loved ones.
The Taiwanese Tzu Chi Foundation says it has sent 15 workers into Burma and won permission to set up a distribution center in Rangoon.
Officials move refugees out of monasteries to stem monks' influence.
Minority groups, uch as the Karen, inhabit much of the cyclone-hit Irrawaddy Delta.