Buffer Zone

December 201490 minutes

After the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami killed 40,000 and left half a million homeless, aid agencies rushed to the rescue of Sri Lanka. Inland resettlement, funded with hundreds of millions raised in Western countries, was a welcome solution for a country living in fear of another seismic sea wave. Ten years on, cracks are appearing in the aid effort. What long term problems has this wave of humanitarian support washed up on the shores of Sri Lanka?
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English [CC]
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