Disaster recovery: the governance, economics and social impacts

This edition of Asian Disaster Management News focuses on disaster recovery: the governance, economics, and social impacts. It includes features on i) recovery planning, ii) the needs of survivors in post-disaster needs assessments, iii) defining the post-disaster financial requirements for recovery, iv) measuring the social impacts of a disaster and in-depth analysis of the disaster’s impact on food security, poverty, health, and livelihoods, v) building institutional capacity for assessment and recovery, vi) resilient recovery, vii) risk insurance. This edition of the newsletter also includes country spotlights on Australia, Japan, Lao PDR, Myanmar, and the Philippines.

Asian Disaster Management News, Volume 22 (2015) 

Disaster recovery: the governance, economics and social impacts
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