Nepal Disaster Report 2011


This disaster report serves as a comprehensive compilation of insights, experiences, and lessons in DRM and emergency response planning in Nepal. It reflects the state of DRM in the country till 2011, highlighting the collaborative efforts of government entities, international partners, civil society, private businesses, and communities at various levels. The report aims to break the cycle of poverty and disaster vulnerabilities by examining the country's exposure to natural hazards and exploring the social, economic, and political implications of disasters. The document emphasizes the importance of addressing disaster risk management to enhance the resilience of the Nepalese people, safeguard lives and property, and integrate disaster risk reduction into developmental initiatives. The message of the report is organized into five chapters.


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MoHA, DPNet Nepal

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