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Sendung vom 09.08.2005 13:00:

Tsunami-Projekt in Tamil Nadu; Porträt der Schamanin Sarantsetseg GAIRAN aus der Mongolei

Teil 1: And life goes on.
The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake that had a magnitude between 9.1 and 9.3, triggered a series of lethal tsunamis on Decembember 26 2004 that killed over 310 000 people, making it the deadliest disaster of recent history. The tsunami killed people over an area ranging from the immediate vicinity of the quake in Indonessia, Thailand and the north-western coast of Malaysia to thousands of kilometres away in Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, and even as far as Somalia, Kenya and Tanzania in eastern Africa.
The third largest country affected by Tsunami was India, particularly the southern state of Tamilnadu. Nagapattinam was the worst affected district in Tamil Nadu, with more than 6,000 people killed in the tsunami tragedy. But the plight of the affected people prompted a widespread humanitarian reponse and today, after six months of this tragedy many relief organisations along with their Indian counterparts are trying to help these victims in composing themselves and leading again a normal life. Austrian NGO Volkshilfe in association with the Indian NGO Peoples Development Association is also working for the
rehabilitation of the fisherman communities of Nagapattinam. The director of Peoples development Association Dr. Joe Velu and Dr. Gundi Dick of Volkshilfe shares about their activities in an interview with Sarita jenamani.
More information could be found on the homepage of
Volkshife: http://www.volkshilfe.at/index_fischer.htm

Teil 2: Im Frühling war die mongolische Schamanin Sarantsetseg GAIRAN zu Gast in Österreich.
In einem Interview erzählt sie über ihre Entwicklung zur Schamanin, den Problemen ihres Volkes und den von ihr verwendeten Heilmethoden.
Das Interview führten Charlotte Müller-Neumayer, Josefa Rial und Helga Neumayer. Das Interview übersetzte Baasanjav Bayanjav, Generalsekretär der Österreichisch-Mongolischen Gesellschaft "Otschir" (http://www.geocities.com/mongoliaat/index.htm), Kontaktmöglichkeit: Otschir @gmx.at; Achtung neue Adresse: Otschir, Myrthengasse 14/10, 1070 Wien. Tel/Fax: 01/9246559.

Die Musik zur Sendung ist bei Südwind-Weltmusik http://www.suedwind.at zu beziehen.

Die Sendung gestalteten: Josefa Rial und Charlotte Müller-Neumayer.