Who died as a result of the tsunami? -- Risk factors of mortality among internally displaced persons in Sri Lanka: a retrospective cohort analysis
- The right to return: IDPs in Aceh. Hedman, Eva-Lotta E. // Forced Migration Review;May2006, Issue 25, p70
The article reports on the small number of people displaced by the tsunami in Aceh, Indonesia and Nias Island who have become active participants in reconstruction. Majority of those internally displaced persons surveyed have been living with the same host communities or families since the...
- Rebuilding After the Tsunami. Simmons, Robert // Export Wise;Spring2005, p27
This article focuses on rebuilding activities after the tsunami in South Eastern Asia. As the news of the devastation caused by the tsunami that struck East Africa, South and Southeast Asia on December 26 spread across the globe, Canadians responded with overwhelming generosity to relief...
- Mercy mission. Martin, Brett // Bulletin with Newsweek;08/04/98, Vol. 117 Issue 6134, p26
Focuses on the relief efforts of the Australian Defense Force (ADF) on Papua New Guinea. The death toll from tidal waves; International efforts, including aid from New Zealand, to provide food and temporary shelter; Medical teams and a mobile field hospital to deal with health problems and...
- WHEN AID BREEDS SUSPICION. Spaeth, Anthony; Horn, Robert; Elegant, Simon; Tedjasukmana, Jason; Waller, Douglas // Time;1/24/2005, Vol. 165 Issue 4, p36
Discusses the challenges of the U.S. military's tsunami relief efforts, which has boosted America's image in Indonesia, while simultaneously causing localized hostility over fears of questionable U.S. intentions. Complications posed by a separatist movement in the country, as the Indonesian...
- Many from Sri Lanka's gay community lost in tsunami. Wockner, Rex // Gay Times (09506101);Feb2005, Issue 317, p79
Reports on the damage caused by tsunamis on the gay community in Sri Lanka in December 2004. Efforts of gays and lesbians to help the victims of the calamity; Impact of the disaster on the country.
- COPING WITH CATASTROPHE. // Film Journal International;Feb2005, Vol. 108 Issue 2, p4
Comments on the disaster caused by the tsunami in Thailand in December 2004. Importance of providing help for disaster victims; Support given by the entertainment industry to disaster victims.
- Some Nations Shine, Others Don't in Wake Of Tsunami. Plate, Tom // San Diego Business Journal;1/10/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p34
Focuses on the contributions of the U.S. to the tsunami victims in South Asia. Reaction to regional ecologic crisis; Humanitarian mission of American troops in Sri Lanka.
- WHAT IT FEELS LIKEâ€¦To Survive the Tsunami. Landgraver, Paul // Esquire;Aug2005, Vol. 144 Issue 2, p102
Presents an article on surviving the tsunami in Thailand. Efforts to help the victims of the disaster; Importance of being a medic trainee to the rescue operation after the tsunami; Emotional impact of the natural disaster.
- Advantage kicks off campaign. Thomas, Sarah // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;1/14/2005, Issue 1752, p6
The article reports that advantage is spearheading a marketing campaign to help tsunami-affected countries rebuild their tourism industry. The 550-member consortium is teaming up with tourist boards and tour operators in March for a month-long campaign to promote the region and generate tourism...