DRR progress is slow – Bangladesh

This video focuses on a case study from Bangladesh where people in the coastal village of Ghoserat, exposed to floods and storms, are starting to talk about the disaster risks they face. However they need education and financial resources to do more.

One in a series of video case studies created by the Global Network for Disaster Reduction.

GNDR, 2011.

DRR progress is slow – Bangladesh, Overview of GNDR video case studies
http://www.globalnetwork-dr.org/case-studies/financing-of-drr/article/168-case-study-2.html, http://www.globalnetwork-dr.org/case-studies.html

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