IFRC


2005

14 December 2005

Learning lessons from the tsunami

This has been a year of natural disasters.
26 October 2005

Allocating resources responsibly when disaster strikes

The unique response to the tsunami triggers questions.
24 June 2005

Sustainable, appropriate reconstruction a must for tsunami-affected communities

Six months have passed since the tsunami crashed through homes, villages and cities around the Indian Ocean, taking the lives of mothers, fathers and children, killing hopes and futures, destroying communities.
24 June 2005

More must be done to save lives in disaster zones

"Why didn’t we know?" Seldom has a single question echoed in so many languages around the world as after the tsunami of the 26 December last ...
17 January 2005

Learning the lessons from the tsunami

The outpouring of global sympathy and generous support for victims of the Asian tsunami raises a number of questions for the humanitarian organisations seeking to assist these blighted communities, not least how best to spend the unprecedented amount of m

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