Key determinants of a successful CBDRR programme

This research report on the Key determinants of a successful CBDRR Programme has been prepared by Arup’s International Development team on behalf of the IFRC as part of a wider CBDRR Study of the Tsunami Recovery Programme (TRP). Specifically, this report draws on the experience of the TRP CBDRR programmes and current literature in order to identify ‘the key determinants of a successful CBDRR project; including identification of the most effective interventions and services (also in terms of sustainability) in the context of these key determinants’. It is intended that the key determinants developed through this research will be used in the design, monitoring and evaluation of future programmes. Published in 2012.

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