Practitioners Perspective on Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience Building in Asia

 

This report on “Risk Reduction and Resilience in Asia: Unpacking the post 2015 Agenda” reflects the views, commitments and interests shown by individual practitioners’ who attended the 8th Practitioner Workshop in Bangkok during 23-25 November 2015 . This is the continuation of practice of knowledge exchange among disaster risk reduction practitioners in a range of issues that are relevant to community resilience, local and regional networking and global frameworks.

Risk Reduction and Resilience in Asia: Unpacking the post 2015 Agenda
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