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A New School For Hambantota

A New School For HambantotaThe Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 was the largest and most destructive in recorded history. In an attempt to recover from the awful destruction, the government of Hambantota, Sri Lanka, decided to build a resettlement village for citizens displaced by the disaster. The new community was to be located in Siribopura, a wooded, undeveloped area in the southernmost province of the island. The government appealed to international non-government organizations to underwrite the construction of 3,000 houses for families who had lost their homes to the tidal waves. Tzu Chi responded to the call by building 649 residential units. They comprise the heart of the Tzu Chi Great Love Village (or more simply, "The Village"). They were officially opened in April 2006, and turned over to selected tsunami survivors for occupancy.Read more...
 

The Vow of Tzu Chi Commissioners

The Vow of Tzu Chi CommissionersEnlightened by Dharma Master Cheng Yen, the vow of Tzu Chi Commissioners is the ... Read more...

Indonesia-volunteers distribution

Indonesia-volunteers distributionTzu Chi volunteers in Tangerang held a rice distribution for the needy on April ... Read more...

Green Fingers

Green FingersIn March this year, Taiwan's Formosa-2 satellite captured images of an iceberg m... Read more...

Garbage in Paradise

Garbage in ParadiseIn April 2007, a barge crossing from Penang Island to Seberang Perai, on the Mal... Read more...
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