Fanany, Ismet and Fanany, Rebecca 2013, Religion and post-disaster development. In Clarke, Matthew (ed), Handbook of research on development and religion, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, England, pp.305-325.
This chapter discusses the role religion and religious organizations can play in development following a natural disaster. The development efforts in Aceh, Indonesia, following the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004 provide examples of how the nature of Acehnese society, its views on religion, the role of religious organizations in the region, and the activities of aid agencies at the time all contributed the the post-disaster experience in this society.The chapter also considers what the role of faith in such situations might mean for future development efforts, especially in the context of natural disaster.
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