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Aceh Nias Settlement & Housing Recovery , Review
This book aims to be a resource for future evaluations and policy making. The evaluation focuses on two key questions: what were the success factors in achieving housing in the particular context of the reconstruction in Aceh and Nias; and what can be learned about the role of government and civil society in order to achieve successful housing recovery in the future.
A comparative analysis has been instructive, as the Aceh post-disaster context was complex and likely unique, especially with regard to the free influx of many international organizations with more funding available than could often be spent within a reasonable time frame.
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