Urban Preparedness. Lessons from the Kathmandu Valley.
In the context of the Nepal Red Cross and British Red Cross Earthquake Preparedness for Safer Communities programme (EPS) in Kathmandu, this study focuses on identifying key learning points on community engagement and local 
and national action in a complex urban disaster management.

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