Burma's unsung heroes

Burma's unsung heroes

Children at a makeshift camp in Labutta

Many victims have had to rely on private donations

It has been a month since Cyclone Nargis laid waste to huge areas of southern Burma, leaving more than 130,000 people dead or missing.

Aid agencies say the military government is still refusing entry into the stricken area to large numbers of foreign aid workers.

Foreign journalists are barred from entering Burma, but the BBC's Matt Prodger has spent the past week undercover there, and found evidence of growing discontent.

Listen Listen to Matt's first report (5 mins 39 secs)

According to the United Nations, food supplies have yet to reach an estimated 200,000 people.

Others have had to rely on private donors to supply emergency aid, in defiance of the military government.

Listen Listen to Matt's second report (4 mins 13 secs)

First broadcast 2nd and 3rd June 2008