Reflections on post-tsunami psychosocial work

In Sri Lanka psychosocial interventions became a priority for emergency response largely led by the concerns of the international media and aid agencies. Interventions were quickly launched but coordination was poor and lessons learned from years of pre-tsunami conflict-related psychosocial programmes were not heeded.

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