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Rethinking disasters: why death and destruction is not nature's fault but human failure

Source(s):  Oxfam International Secretariat

This report shows that successful disaster risk reduction policies, integrated into development work, save lives and money, making vulnerable communities more resilient and protecting development gains. This report examines how to achieve those goals – and the cost of failure.

This report is part of a series of papers written to inform public debate on development and humanitarian policy issues.



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  • Rethinking disasters: why death and destruction is not nature's fault but human failure
  • Publication date 2008
  • Number of pages 43 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 9781848140011

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