This report measures progress and gaps in the implementation of disaster risk reduction actions in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan (Japan). It enhances understanding of risk among stakeholders and establishes a baseline for future interventions.
Local reports are part of a series of reports that measure the progress of nations and communities towards meeting the objectives of the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA), which is the world’s universally accepted guide for reducing disaster risk.
This report is available in two formats: (i) by the 10 essentials for making cities resilient and (ii) by the five priorities for action of the Hyogo Framework. Both reports contain the same content.
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