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Approaches to Equity in Post-Tsunami Assistance, Sri Lanka: A Case Study

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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Language:English
Keywords:Disasters, Evaluation-related, Gender, Tsunamis
Countries:Sri Lanka
Agency:DFID - Department for International Development (UK), United Nations Deputy Special Envoy for Tsunami Recovery
Author(s):Grewal, M.K.
Date published:November 2006
Pages:48pp

This paper, commissioned by the Office of the UN Special Envoy for Tsunami Recovery, is
one of a range of studies designed to contribute to lesson learning within the humanitarian
reform agenda. It is a review of how equity has been handled in the post-tsunami context, using the Sri Lankan experience as a case study. Through qualitative and quantitative evidence, it identifies:
• Patterns of inequity by comparing the assistance provided to tsunami and conflict affected communities;
• Disparities in the assistance provided within the tsunami Internally Displaced Person (IDP)
group itself.

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