The National Park has re-opened the bay to tourism, and the Moken started to sell handicrafts in front of their houses again, providing much needed income to some families. Many families, however, still lack the equipment necessary to resume their livelihood. Tools for making handicrafts, such as chisels and knives, need to be replaced. Much of the fishing equipment was lost in the fire, along with the small fishing boats needed for harvesting the sea in the monsoon. Equally important was the cash savings that the Moken kept in their homes. They have no citizenship, and therefore no access to a bank account. This money was used for health emergencies and monsoon supplies (when no income is available).