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Perceptions of disaster resilience and preparedness in the Philippines

Source(s):  Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI)

This research aims to address the gap in knowledge on both local disaster resilience and preparedness by providing a comprehensive overview of household measures of resilience and levels of disaster preparedness. This is the first nationwide household survey on measures of disaster resilience and disaster preparedness carried out in the Philippines. It comes at a time of critical importance as efforts are being made to ensure disaster management is based on evidence, especially at the local level and amid national discussions on centralizing disaster resilience efforts under a single national agency.



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  • Perceptions of disaster resilience and preparedness in the Philippines
  • Publication date 2018
  • Author(s) Bollettino, Vincenzo et al.
  • Number of pages 44 p.

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