Where did the Indian Ocean tsunami aid money go? | Global development | The Guardian - charity organization for the asian tsunami


NGO Report on the Asian Tsunami (26 Dec 2004 - 31 Dec 2005) - Indonesia | ReliefWeb charity organization for the asian tsunami

UNICEF is often first on the ground in an affected region at the time of a tsunami disaster and goes to work immediately to provide lifesaving humanitarian relief to the survivors. In the weeks after a disaster, UNICEF teams provide clean water and sanitation as well as immunizations and supplementary feeding for children at risk of disease and malnutrition.

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Tsunami Collaboration assisted the Greater Merced Chamber of commerce at Lobsterfest. It was a great night with great people. Our team did an amazing job from barbecuing oysters, setting up the event, serving and cleaning.Followers: 812.

On December 26, 2004 a 9.0 magnitude earthquake unleashed massive tidal waves across South Asia. Powerful tsunamis slammed into the coasts of India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, the Maldives, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Seychelles, and Somalia, devastating thousands of miles of coastline – and the communities that depended on them. The tsunami wiped away homes, schools, and health facilities.