Assessing household risk mitigation to flooding in lowland area of Palembang

This research aims to build a concept of disaster resilient communities in Palembang, Indonesia based on their current preparedness. In order to achieve this, the level of community structural and non-structural mitigation in Palembang needs to be assessed. The paper follows this assessment up by a discussion of literature review of how preparedness is related with resilience.

Resilience Development Initiative (RDI), 2015

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