Assessing Quality and Cost Benefit – A Philippines Case Study

This document includes background on community based disaster risk reduction programming in the Philippines and an overview of a comprehensive recent Quality Impact Assessment and Cost Benefit Analysis undertaken to document the impact of that programming on vulnerable populations. Published in 2009.

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