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Sustainability of Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction Projects

  • Neena Joseph
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Abstract

Disaster risk reduction management (DRRM) initiatives attract political and financial commitments from government compared to rescue; relief and reconstruction and rehabilitation components of disaster management. The importance of DRRM is eclipsed by the urgency of the other components. Further, the invisibility of DRRM makes it less expedient politically.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Neena Joseph
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  1. 1.Institute of Management in GovernmentKochiIndia

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