Indian Ocean Tsunami December 2004

A collection documenting the effects, aftermath and human responses to the 26 December 2004 tsunami disaster in Asia. The sites were collected between January-March 2005 and include those of aid organisations, charities, sites set up to raise relief donations, those established to record personal experiences, and the response of religious communites to this event.

Sites (27)

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  1. Ancient tsunami at Larne, Northern Ireland
  2. Boris Johnson (Indian Ocean Tsunami December 2004)
  3. British Geological Survey Tsunami Statement
  4. Business in the Community
  5. CAFOD - Catholic Agency for Overseas Development
  6. Christian Aid
  7. Disaster diplomacy
  8. Extra extra
  9. Gay and Lesbian Underwater Group
  10. Glasgow Skyline tsunami relief fund
  11. Hindu Forum of Britain
  12. Hogmanay revellers raise £12,000 for earthquake-tsunami appeal [press release] / The City of Edinburgh Council
  13. ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor - International Society for Krishna Consciousness
  14. Island vulnerability
  15. Kuoni
  16. Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
  17. Prayer - tsunami
  18. Recycling Appeal
  19. Socialist World
  20. South-East Asia earthquake and tsunami blog

Sites (27)

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