27 Jan 2015, Citi FM
'Disaster risk coping strategies often include alternative sources of income, evacuation, migration and reliance on aid and social networks but research from various case studies have proven that these coping strategies are not adequate to avoid loss and damage, hence the need to complement current efforts with new strategies,' said Prof. Rhyner, Vice Rector of UNU...
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