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A Decade of Tsunami Relief

The city of Meulaboh after the earthquake in 2004. Photos courtesy of Friends Peace Teams. Friends are sometimes surprisingly well‐equipped to respond to disasters. An outstanding example was the 9.3 magnitude Sumatra–Andaman earthquake lasting nearly🔒

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Nadine Hoover, a member of Alfred (N.Y.) Meeting, is initiative coordinator of the Asia West Pacific Initiative of Friends Peace Teams. She provides peace training and materials through Conscience Studio’s online store Courageous Gifts, and recently became director of Power of Goodness, a global pool of stories on nonviolence, healing, and reconciliation.


Posted in: February 2016, Service

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