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Tsunami-Hit Coastal Regions Needs More Relief

lf a dozen women who lost their children in the disaster and had undergone family planning procedures earlier have reversed the process medically and given birth.

The government has issued more than a hundred orders related to tsunami relief since January 2005 and dedicated Rs.11.32 billion for rehabilitation. The government says relief has reached 150,000 people.

Three Major Ongoing Externally Aided Projects: 1. The Asian Development Bank has a $143.75 million tsunami emergency assistance project in the 13 coastal districts, the World Bank has a $423 million emergency tsunami reconstruction project to repair houses and the International Fund of Agricultural Development has invested $30 million for long-term rehabilitation.

2. INR 230 million has come from the MPLAD quota (Parliament members' funds) of which only about INR 70 million has been used for just 48 of the 173 projects.

3. The government had promised to build 50,000 temporary shelters for people whose homes were destroyed and NGOs said they would build another 50,000. But the work done is far less. The government claims it put up 14,000 temporary shelters and NGOs say they put up about 15,000 such huts.

The government put the need for permanent housing for tsunami victims at 54,000 homes and approved Rs.460 million to acquire land for this. The government admitted that only about 16,500 permanent houses have been completed in the state, that too with the combined efforts of NGOs and the authorities.

In Nagapattinam, some 18,000 houses are required but only about 3,000 have been readied - T.S. Jawahar, the district administrator said.



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