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Title Hazard risk preparedness in agriculture: Good practice examples from south and south-east Asia
Abstract In the recent past, most Asian countries have greatly improved their capacities to monitor hazards and to warn, evaluate and provide emergency relief to victims of disasters. As a result, the number of lives lost to disasters such as floods, storms and extreme temperature has decreased significantly. However, the vulnerability within the agriculture sector has continuously increased due to its high level of exposure.
Year 2007
Job Number AH831/E
Format Book (electronic)
Infotype Case Study;
AGROVOC Climatic factors; Environmental factors; Climatic change; Disasters; Natural disasters; Flooding; Cyclones; Early warning systems; Emergency relief; Weather hazards; Emergency preparedness; Environmental policies; Sustainable livelihoods;
Region Asia;