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Living the recovery


Cyclone Sidr in Bangladesh | Tsunami in Sri Lanka| Tsunami in Indonesia

Recovering from cyclone Sidr in Bangladesh

Read these six case studies outlining how Red Cross Red Crescent has helped people to rebuild their own lives after the cyclone Sidr in Bangladesh.


Jasmine
Psychological support  

Hena Acna Basar
Health and care
Abdul Salam
Livelihoods
Abdul Raheem
Livelihoods

Shona Mia
Shelter

Rajib, Noor and Manijar
Water and sanitation

Faces of the tsunami recovery in Sri Lanka

Read these four case studies outlining how Red Cross Red Crescent has helped people to rebuild their own lives after the tsunami in Sri Lanka.

Gowry’s story: Recovering from tragedy Weaving wonders: Sustainable recovery from tsunami and conflict Shirani’s story: Recovering from a double disaster
 

Faces of the tsunami recovery in Indonesia

Read these nine case studies outlining how Red Cross Red Crescent has helped people to rebuild their own lives after the tsunami in Indonesia.

Robby’s story:
Dressed for success
Hadi’s story:
A poultry farm
as a livelihood
Mawardi’s story:
Recovering from tragedy
From rice field to fishpond:
Reclaiming damaged land
Aja’s story:
Sewing for life
Irvandi’s story:
Computers for living
Deudap:
A boat to connect the community
Mulinda’s story:
“A new life
in a new home”
Zainal’s story:
“I feel safer
in my new house”

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