Relief Effort after the Tsunami
This paper assesses the effectiveness of states, IGOs, NGOs and business networks in the aftermath of the 26 December, 2004 Tsunami Disaster.
# 84026 | 1,575 words | 10 sources | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Sociology (General) , International Relations (General) , Political Science (General) , Economics (General)
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This paper explores the relative effectiveness of various actors - states, non-governmental organizations, inter-governmental organizations in the form of the United Nations, business networks - in the ongoing relief effort in southern Asia and eastern Africa. The paper suggests NGOs have had the greatest positive effect all of the actors cited above - and that the UN, despite its mandate, has been largely ineffectual.
From the Paper:"The tsunami that unleashed such terrible loss upon the peoples of Southern Asia and East Africa has been followed in its wake by an unprecedented international relief effort. Despite that, states, IGOs, NGOs, and business networks have not been particularly successful in alleviating the suffering of the survivors of 26 December, 2004. This paper examines the role of the various aforementioned actors in the ongoing relief effort and assesses their relative contributions."
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