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UNFPA response to Indian Ocean tsunami: update at one year

Source(s):  United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

This report marks the year-end update on UNFPA’s activities following the massive devastation caused by the Indian Ocean Tsunami on December 26th 2004. Thanks to the outpouring of generous donor support, UNFPA has been part of the initial relief and recovery process and is now focused on the reconstruction phase, together with its wide network of partners, sister UN agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and community based youth, women and religious organizations. A year after the Indian Ocean Tsunami, work is ongoing to restore reproductive health services and address psychosocial needs in affected communities. Although much has been achieved, the humanitarian needs and challenges are still enormous and many complex issues (issues relating to equity, land tenure, sustainable livelihoods, planning, intersectoral and district level coordination etc) still need to be resolved.

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  • UNFPA response to Indian Ocean tsunami: update at one year
  • Publication date 2006
  • Number of pages 37 p.

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