Learning from the City: British Red Cross Urban Learning Project Scoping Study

A study drawing lessons and insights from five British Red Cross disaster management programs in urban settings: Haiti (Port-au-Prince), Uganda (Kampala and other cities), Djibouti (Djibouti-ville), Mongolia (Ulaanbataar) and Nepal (Kathmandu).

Learning from the City: British Red Cross Urban Learning Project Scoping Study
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