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Disaster risk reduction: spending where it should count

Source(s):  Development Initiatives (DI)
Global Humanitarian Assistance (GHA)

This report examines the top 40 humanitarian recipient countries in the context of 'natural disasters', especially with regard to financing to reduce risk. It highlights how prevalent disasters are in these countries, and their particularly significant impact. Beyond this, It examines the current state of funding for disaster risk reduction and, in the context of those countries most at risk of natural disaster, asks questions about the volume and type of funding, and its equity.

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  • Disaster risk reduction: spending where it should count
  • Publication date 2012
  • Author(s) Kellett, Jan; Sparks, Dan
  • Number of pages 36 p.

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