ARC Linkage Project ‘Rebuilding Sustainable Communities: Assessing post-tsunami resettlement projects in Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India’
Led by Judith Shaw of the MAI, Martin Mulligan and Dave Mercer of RMIT University and Matthew Clarke of Deakin University and supported by industry partners AusAID and the Foundation for Development Cooperation, this comparative study investigates housing resettlement projects in three countries affected by the 2004 tsunami.
Lessons from Tsunami Recovery in Sri Lanka and India: Reports
- Overview (PDF 873kb, 31pp)
- Profiles of the Case Study Communities (PDF 1.01mb, 49pp)
- Rebuilding Community in the Wake of the 2004 Tsunami (PDF 3.65mb 134pp)
- Five Years On: Livelihoods in Tsunami-affected Communities (PDF 1.04mb, 53pp)
- Tourism in Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu (PDF 999 kb, 45pp)
- Design and Delivery of Post-disaster Housing Resettlement Programs (PDF 2.12mb, 52pp)
- Report on the Hambantota Symposium (PDF 547kb, 21pp)
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Dr Judith Shaw
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