AVC in Large Cities: Capitalization of the Scenario for Risk Management in Large Cities
The capitalization that will be developed in this document, centers its interest in the acknowledge of virtues, rights and wrongs currently existing in the implementation of projects, focused on the reduction of risks in large cities, and the implementation of the Analysis of Vulnerabilities and Capacities –AVC- in order to incorporate knowledge, practices and positive attitudes that will allow to increase the response of themostvulnerable population before natural disasters.

AVC in Large Cities
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