TSUNAMI-RELATED EFFORTS  
 
CONFERENCES
India tsunami Event: December 15, 2005
SURVEYS
Recipient Perceptions of Aid Effectiveness: Rescue, Relief and Rehabilitation in tsunami Affected Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka

Powerpoint Presentation: tsunami Rehabilitation Effectiveness Survey


Lessons from the tsunami

Logistics and the Effective Delivery of Humanitarian Relief

CASE STUDIES
Disaster Response Manangement: Going the Last Mile, Thailand and Indonesia Surveys
SITE VISITS
tsunami Region
Photos and Stories from tsunami Affected People
PRESS RELEASES
Relief Recipients Say Life is Far from Normal as One-year Anniversary Approaches
First-Ever Survey of Relief Recipients Relates Aid Dissatisfaction with Lack of Preparedness and Logistical Failures
Fritz Institute Study Finds tsunami Challenged Relief Resources
TSUNAMI PROGRESS
tsunami Progress by Humanitarian Organizations
 
 
 
 
In Sri Lanka, the 2004 tsunami claimed over 35,000 lives and left half a million people homeless. More women died than men.
Fritz Institute has in record time been a key ally of the United Nations at getting our assistance focused and concrete to provide relief.
- Jan Egeland
United Nations Under-Secretary-General
 
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