TRO releases tsunami report

[TamilNet, Friday, 07 October 2005, 17:08 GMT]
Tamil Rehabilitation Organization (TRO), a Sri Lanka Government registered NGO working exclusively in the NorthEast, released its six-month report this week on TRO's tsunami activities. TRO was praised by many international relief organizations and media for its effectiveness in attending to the people affected by the disaster.

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PDF IconTRO Tsunami Report Part I (pdf- 2Mb)
PDF IconTRO Tsunami Report Part II (pdf- 1Mb)
PDF IconTRO Tsunami Report Part III (pdf- 950kb)
PDF IconTRO Tsunami Report Part IV (pdf- 2Mb)



"The tsunami aftermath has been a testing time for TRO offices all over the world. Six months on, the relief work is far from over but made a little easier due to the hard work and assistance of the 3,500 TRO permanent staff and thousands of volunteers, donor agencies, partner organisations, the Government of Sri Lanka, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) and private assistance. TRO wishes to thank all those who assisted in responding to the disaster and acknowledges the time and effort put forward by countless individuals from all over the world," the report said in its introduction.

"Whilst there has been a shift of emphasis in TRO’s activities post-tsunami, the immediate relief and rehabilitation needs of the war affected are also being carried out. This report excludes projects pertaining to the war affected, yet TRO wishes to acknowledge their presence as significant and note the important work still being carried out in the NorthEast to assist those who have been affected by the war," the report said.

 

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