|Collaborations||Consortium Humanitarian Agencies, Sri Lanka|
|Brief Description||From 2005 to 2007 I was seconded by OxfamNovib to advice the Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies in Sri Lanka on how to improve accountability relations in the response to the 2004 tsunami. This involved a total of five trips of several weeks to work with the CHA in Colombo.|
|Key Output||Fernando, U. and D. Hilhorst (2006) “Everyday Practices of Humanitarian Aid: Tsunami Response in Sri Lanka”. In: Development in Practice, Vol.16, No3and4 (292-302).
Hilhorst, D. (2007) “Victims, Right holders, Clients or Citizens? The Recipient Side of the Tsunami Response”. In: P. Hoebink (ed) The Netherlands Yearbook on International Cooperation. Assen, Van Gorcum, 45-54