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Private sector engagement and collaboration with civil-military actors in disaster management in the Philippines: typhoons Washi and Bopha and beyond

Source(s):  Humanitarian Futures Programme (HFP)

This report examines the contribution of ‘non-traditional’ humanitarian actors, in particular the private sector and the military, to disaster management in the Philippines. In addition to exploring general changes with regard to these actors in the wider Filipino disaster management landscape, the study also uses the recent examples of Typhoons Washi and Bopha to present changes in both the activities and perceptions around ‘non-traditional’ actors in disaster management.



 
 
  • Private sector engagement and collaboration with civil-military actors in disaster management in the Philippines: typhoons Washi and Bopha and beyond
  • Publication date 2013
  • Author(s) Mahmood, Jemilah
  • Number of pages 31 p.

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