An interim report on loss assessment of Tsunami-affected Muslim areas in Sri Lanka.
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An interim report on loss assessment of Tsunami-affected Muslim areas in Sri Lanka.

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Published by Muslim Information Centre--Sri Lanka in Dehiwala .
Written in English


  • Tsunami damage -- Sri Lanka -- Evaluation -- Statistics,
  • Disaster victims -- Sri lanka -- Evaluation -- Statistics,
  • Indian Ocean Tsunami, 2004 -- Statistics,
  • Muslims -- Sri Lanka -- Statistics

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ContributionsMuslim Information Centre--Sri Lanka.
LC ClassificationsHV603 2004.A-ZS+
The Physical Object
Pagination73 leaves :
Number of Pages73
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23645285M
LC Control Number2009346174

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