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Why mangroves matter for the resilience of coastal communities

In 2006, I was working in Aceh, Indonesia (with the Red Cross), a region devastated by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Amongst other post-disaster recovery activities, we were working with 20 coastal communities, helping them with community-managed small grants and encouraging them to invest in disaster resilience within their communities.
Aceh, Indonesia
Issue: Sustainable Development Goals Typology: Arenas
biodiversity
26/07/17