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Review of the Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium’s (NRRC) 9 Minimum Characteristics of a Disaster Resilient Community

Review of the Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium’9 Minimum Characteristics of a Disaster Resilient Community research was undertaken by FDM in collaboration with UK based Durham University and was funded by DFID. The main objective of this review was to determine if communities subjected to a Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction (CBDRR) intervention based on the 9 Minimum Characteristics were in a stronger position to protect themselves or not and to recover from the severe stresses associated with a disaster. The review was based on 2015 earthquake, associated landslides affecting the mountain and hilly districts of Central and Western Nepal.


Study Area: 10 districts

Tools: Observation, FGD, KII

Duration:

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