Rebuilding Lives After the Tsunami: The children's road to recovery - Two years later

The devastating Asia tsunami of December 26, 2004, was one of the biggest emergency responses in Save the Children’s history. Two years later, Save the Children continued to stand by hundreds of thousands of children and family members who survived the disaster in more than 1,000 villages in five countries: Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and Somalia.

This report summarizes the progress Save the Children made and the lives it helped transform as a result of its planned five-year response and recovery program. As this report documents, Save the Children achieved significant results in many critical areas including child protection, nutrition and health, education and livelihoods.

Published 2019-09-25

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Publication year
2006
Format
pdf, 10p.
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© International Save the Children Alliance in 2006
Our thematic areas
Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)
Content Type
Reports

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Publication year
2006
Format
pdf, 10p.
Rights
© International Save the Children Alliance in 2006
Our thematic areas
Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)
Content Type
Reports