Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction: Good Practice (Mercy Corps)

Based on its own learning, continual community feed-back, and a real-time evaluation during the September 2008 flood in the Far-Western Development Region of Nepal, Mercy Corps has identified 10 areas of good practice for community-based disaster risk reduction which are documented in this report.

Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction: Good Practice
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