Disaster risk reduction and sustainable development in tsunami affected countries

Birkmann, Joern, Setiadi, Neysa J., Hofmann, Sonja, Esswein, Kathrin and Burchi, Francesca (2007). Disaster risk reduction and sustainable development in tsunami affected countries. UNU-EHS Working Paper. UNU-EHS.

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    Author Birkmann, Joern
    Setiadi, Neysa J.
    Hofmann, Sonja
    Esswein, Kathrin
    Burchi, Francesca
    Title Disaster risk reduction and sustainable development in tsunami affected countries
    Series Title UNU-EHS Working Paper
    Volume/Issue No. 3
    Publication Date 2007
    Place of Publication Bonn
    Publisher UNU-EHS
    Pages 58
    Language eng
    Abstract

    The seminar “Disaster Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development in Tsunami effected countries” was organised by the UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY, INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN SECURITY (UNU-EHS), in cooperation with the DAAD Tsunami Special Programme for capacity building in all fields of disaster prevention/ preparedness and crisis management. It was intended to give the DAAD scholars, PhD and Master students from tsunami affected countries the opportunity to deepen and exchange their knowledge in various aspects of vulnerability, disaster prevention, sustainable development, and people centred early warning. During the seminar, the scholars had the chance to join the UNITED NATIONS network specialists, as well as to extend and consolidate their network with DAAD staff and scholars from South and Southeast Asia.

    Keyword Hydrology
    Flood forecasting
    Water quality
    Water policies
    Livelihoods and vulnerability
    Copyright Holder UNU-EHS
    Copyright Year 2007
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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