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Beledweyne: Working paper on flood risk and urban resilience

Source(s):  United Nations Human Settlements Programme - Headquarters (UN-HABITAT)

Beledweyne, the largest city of Hishabelle State of Somalia, has constantly suffered from devastating floods. Over the past decade, floods have increased in magnitude and recurrence, reaching alarming levels by 2019, where 68% of the city was flooded. This study has been conceived as a first step to explore long-term solutions to make the city of Beledweyne, including its most vulnerable communities, more resilient to floods and other natural hazards.



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  • Beledweyne: Working paper on flood risk and urban resilience
  • Publication date 2020
  • Number of pages 21 p.

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