Business leaders, some under US sanction, are delivering relief supplies.
Aid groups are trying to curb child labor and reconnect families – without the help of surnames.
Cyclone refugees are being evicted from shelters, according to Amnesty International. Analysts say the regime is dispersing those who might foment opposition.
Power is spotty, spurring locals to rig car batteries and use pulleys in lieu of elevators to bring goods up from the street.
Cyclone victims are rebuilding homes and collecting rainwater as foreign aid workers slowly spread out.
United Nations chief Ban Ki Moon arrived Thursday and hopes to meet Burma's leader Gen. Than Shwe today.