Through a comparative study of five post-tsunami resettlement projects (RPs) in Indonesia, Sri Lanka and india, this practice-oriented research project will inform strategies for the rebuilding of sustaibable communities in regions affected by the 2004 tsunami. The aim is to distil a set of best practices for use by Australia's official aid agency and policy-markers in the ongoing rehabilitation of tsunami-affected communities and in the design of future post-disaster interventions in developing countries. The outcome will be the development of strategies which strenthen responses to post-0disaster resettlement neeeds.
|Effective start/end date||7/08/07 → 30/06/09|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): A$80,598.00
- Australian Research Council (ARC): A$32,294.00
- RMIT University
- Australian Aid (Australia): A$90,000.00