Table 21: Longer Term Recovery   UNCT Strategy in Thailand
Objectives
UN Agencies
A. Community livelihood recovery and empowerment
1. Longer term livelihoods of small scale fishing, agriculture and tourism sectors,
FAO, ILO, UNDP, World
with special priority given to vulnerable and traditional communities, recovered
Bank
and diversified in a sustainable manner;
2. Communities empowered to participate in local governance and their capacity
UNDP, UNHABITAT,
for self organization strengthened
World Bank
3. Traditional cultures and traditions protected and promoted, with special focus
UNDP, UNESCO
on Muslim and Sea Gypsy communities
4. Access to legal services improved and participatory approach to the resolution
UNDP, UNHABITAT,
of land disputes in the interest of vulnerable communities strengthened
World Bank
B. Social services for vulnerable groups
1. National and local capacity for the protection of vulnerable children from exploitation
UNICEF
and abuse strengthened
2. Access to quality health and education services for vulnerable women, children
UNFPA, UNICEF, World
and youth and increased opportunities for their increased participation in community
Bank
level activities.
3. Increased availability of social and health services, including reproductive health
IOM, UNFPA
services, to migrant communities and other mobile populations.
C. Environmental rehabilitation
1. Protection and rehabilitation of coastal environment and resources ensured, in 
FAO, UNDP, UNEP, World
cluding buffer zone development
Bank
2. Integrated approach to coastal resource management strategic planning and
UNDP, UNEP, World
implementation strengthened
Bank
3. Capacity at provincial and local level for coastal rehabilitation and longer term
FAO, UNDP, UNEP, World
management strengthened
Bank, ADB
D. Disaster preparedness
SR
1. Capacity at local and provincial level for disaster preparedness and effective im 
UNDP
EN
plementation of early warning systems strengthened
TR
2. Community based disaster preparedness plans for tsunami and other natural
UNDP
A
L P
hazards formulated
AN
3. Disaster preparedness priorities and actions integrated into national, provincial
UNDP, UNISDR
IOT
and local level development planning and budgeting
AN
E. Coordination of international support
RET
1. Mechanisms and capacity of the Government to coordinate public and private
UNDP
 IN
international support to the longer term recovery of tsunami affected areas
F
strengthened
 ON
Source: CODI, October 2005
IOTU
III Contribution of Bilateral Partners
IBR
than the geographical distance that separated them.
TN
The tragedy of the tsunami resonated far beyond the
Their involvement took the form of immediate support
O C
borders of the countries it affected directly.   In Thailand,
to the RTG's efforts in the search and rescue of survivors,
EH
a third of the dead and missing were foreign tourists
the identification and repatriation of bodies of the victims,
 T 3
from almost 40 countries. The loss of their citizens
humanitarian assistance and long term support to the
TR
brought all these countries far closer to the tragedy
post tsunami recovery and rehabilitation efforts.
PA
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