World Disasters Report 2001

23 December 2001

Challenging and informative, the World Disasters Report 2001 focuses on recovery

Disasters disrupt life, livelihoods, economies, political systems, belief systems - in short, everything that makes society work. The 2001 edition of the World Disasters 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 be bridged?

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