Resilient Recovery: An Imperative for Sustainable Development

This report was produced as an input to 2015 Global Assessment Report. The report documents the challenges in planning and implementing post-disaster recovery; examines good practice in building disaster resilience; and shares lessons learned in strengthening disaster recovery systems.

– GFDRR 2015

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