Tsunami survivors relocated

Thousands of Maldivians forced to relocate after the devastating 2004 Asia tsunami.

    For thousands of Maldivians who survived the devastating tsunami in 2004, coping with its aftermath meant relocating to a new island to avoid the risk of another disaster.
     
    As part of our series five years on from the tsunami, Chan Tau Chou reports from the island of Dhuvaafaru.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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