Community based disaster risk reduction study – Latin America and the Caribbean

This report details the findings of the research undertaken in 2012 in Latin America and the Caribbean, examining the characteristics of a safe and resilient community and the key determinants of a successful CBDRR programme. Published in 2013.

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