Building a ‘Green’ Island for Tsunami Survivors in the Maldives

[ReliefWeb] One year after the devastating tsunami changed landscape of the Maldives and devastated so many lives, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent societies is set to begin its largest single construction project. …Step by step, Dhuvaafaru island, a green fields site, will be constructed from the ground up with a budget of USD25 million. In cooperation with the Government of the Maldives, the Federation plans to build 600 houses, an administrative complex, community centre, multipurpose hall, sports ground, four schools, a guest house, with a hospital to be built by the German Red Cross. For the full story, use the following link.
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