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Contributed by

Valerie Brown

Subject

IRM, DRR, Landscapes, Resilience, Urban resilience, Livelihoods, Gender, Social Protection, Planning, Policy, Climate Information, Water, Ecosystem services, Integrated water resource management

Country

Horn of Africa, South Sudan

Date

16 March 18

Credit

Cordaid

Document type

Book, Case study

Caption

EXPERIENCES FROM COMMUNITY MANAGED DISASTER
RISK REDUCTION APPROACHES IN SOUTH SUDAN

Document extract

In this publication, we will discuss the best practices,
the lessons learned and the recommendations taken from our current CMDRR program in South Sudan. This is a country where it is especially important to address both natural hazards (i.e. floods and droughts) as well as manmade hazards (conflict within and between communities).

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