This report looks at how humanitarian agencies and governments can best help disaster-affected communities to recover, to become stronger and more disaster resilient. How can the gaps between short-term relief and longer-term recovery, between techno-centric master plans and people-centred solutions be bridged? Recurrent disasters are sweeping away aid dollars and arresting the development of millions of people. What are the root causes and what are the limits to humanitarian action? This report focuses on how governments and agencies are failing to prevent or mitigate mega-disasters in India and Bangladesh.
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Descripción International Federation of Red Cross and Red, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M9291390755