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What have we learned: Key lessons from more than a decade of Concern's disaster risk reduction programmes

Source(s):  Concern Worldwide
UCD Centre for Humanitarian Action

This short document presents key lessons from more than a decade of Concern’s disaster risk reduction (DRR) programmes. It is a summary of lessons learned from documenting Concern’s approach to DRR in five contexts: mountains, rivers, coasts, drylands and urban areas.

It identifies lessons relative to:

  • risk analysis;
  • mitigation;
  • preparedness;
  • advocacy
  • how DRR underpins building community resilience.

The publication is part of a series documenting Concern’s approach to disaster risk reduction. The series consists of five context papers focusing on DRR approaches in mountainous, dryland, coastal, urban, and riverine contexts.



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  • What have we learned: Key lessons from more than a decade of Concern's disaster risk reduction programmes
  • Publication date 2015
  • Author(s) Clark-Ginsberg, A.
  • Number of pages 16 p.

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