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Tsunami: special issue on how Asia's precarious coastal communities are coping after tsunami in Asia

Source(s):  Asian Coalition for Housing Rights (ACHR)

Newsletter: Housing by people in Asia, no. 16, August 2005

Among the tsunami’s victims were tourists, tycoons, a prince and many ordinary traders, workers, pilgrims and families enjoying their day off. But it was overwhelmingly the poor who suffered the greatest losses and the poor who are having the hardest time rebuilding their lives and communities after the waves.



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  • Tsunami: special issue on how Asia's precarious coastal communities are coping after tsunami in Asia
  • Publication date 2005
  • Number of pages 52 p.

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