Over 100 people died when the
…A Joint Damages, Losses and Needs Assessment (JDLNA), conducted after this year's cyclone season by the government, UN agencies and the World Bank to assure efficient transition from emergency to development, estimated cyclone-related losses at US$334.9 million.
The agriculture, fisheries and livestock sectors suffered the greatest damage, followed by housing and public administration and transport, the report said, adding that "These sectors are crucial to the livelihoods of the poor in
…But recovery comes at a cost. A paper on the 2008 Cyclones in