13 Oct 2014, Caritas Australia
'Disasters can destroy lives, national economies and development programs alike, setting back years of progress. Disaster risk reduction is an attempt to prepare, mitigate and adapt to the impact of disasters, hopefully decreasing the socio-economic impacts faced by millions of people worldwide every year,' said Richard Forsythe, Caritas Australia’s Acting Manager of Humanitarian Emergencies...
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Source of data: OFDA/CRED International Disaster Database
Data version: v11.08 *: Including tsunami
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