The Impact of Disaster Risk Reduction field sessions in Myanmar
IThe disaster risk reduction field session aims to empower communities with information on the underlying causes of natural disasters.The following case studies highlights the impact that one DRR field session had on communities in Myanmar.

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https://www.ifrc.org/Global/Documents/Asia-pacific/201403/Myanmar_RiskReduction.pdf

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