After the Deluge

Nuland, Sherwin B.
April 2005
New Republic;4/11/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 13, p30
Offers a report from a medical relief mission to Sri Lanka following the tsunami disaster. Role of a woman with degrees in public health in providing an overview of relief efforts within the context of large population groups and long-term problems; Belief that Sri Lanka needs long-range economic relief, not just disaster relief; Discussion of the relief funds donated to Sri Lanka by the David Pieris Motor Company; Need for infrastructure development in Sri Lanka.


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