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Dominica: Social and livelihood assessment following tropical storm Erika

Source(s):  Dominica - government
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters (UNDP)

The Social and Livelihood Assessment (SLA) following the impact of tropical storm Erika situates itself within the framework of social vulnerability and disaster risk reduction. In keeping with the post-disaster needs assessment methodology, this assessment uses the data sets and outputs of the Rapid Damage and Impact Assessment that was conducted in September 2015. The SLA's analysis occurs through a focus on the affected population, the social sector – housing, education, and health, with specific examination of social protection measures – and the productive sector, particularly agriculture, tourism, and commerce



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  • Dominica: Social and livelihood assessment following tropical storm Erika
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) Kambon, Asha; Little, Vincent; Busby, Lancelot; Johnson, Marlene; Mitchell, Nigel
  • Number of pages 120 p.

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