Pubescent girls face unique emotional barriers to returning to school after a disaster concerning water, sanitation and hygiene (WAS
Menstrual hygiene is a vital as well as a very sensitive issue for women in reproductive ages.
An immediate need and vital resource, potable water becomes critical in the aftermath of a disaster; affected communities cannot rec
Most households in the districts of Sri Lanka affected by the tsunami possessed drinking water wells, and these wells were contamina
Changes in water quality of a sand aquifer on the east coast of Sri Lanka due to the 26 December 2004 tsunami and subsequent remedia
Following the Asian tsunami of 26 December 2004, the vital domestic fresh-water wells in the coastal zone were either scoured out of
Sanitation is an issue often neglected in development decision making.
The December 2004 tsunami in Sumatra, Indonesia, destroyed drinking water infrastructure, placing over 500,000 displaced persons at
A number of organizations engaged in tanker trucks to deliver water to populations affected by the 2005 tsunami in Indonesia.