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Church and disaster management: Crossing oceans

A case study about the coordinated response to the tsunami aftermath in the Andaman Islands in 2004

2007 Available in English

In the Andaman Islands, a coordinated and comprehensive response involving the local church and three external agencies, delivered effective relief to 500 internally displaced people, and provided 350 temporary shelters, following the tsunami in 2014.

This case study focuses primarily on the local church level, and at the level of NGO interaction with local government.

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