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INSTITUTIONS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 8


THE ROLE OF LOCAL INSTITUTIONS
IN REDUCING VULNERABILITY
TO RECURRENT NATURAL DISASTERS
AND IN SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS DEVELOPMENT

Philippines


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    FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Part I  - 525 Kb

    Introduction
    Background

Part II  - 683 Kb

THE ROLE OF LOCAL INSTITUTIONS IN REDUCING VULNERABILITY TO NATURAL DISASTERS, AND LONG-TERM SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD DEVELOPMENT IN HIGH RISK AREAS

    2.1 Philippine Hazard and Disaster Situation
    2.2 Study area profile
    2.3 Hazard profile
    2.4 Vulnerability profile

Part III  - 982 Kb

    2.5 Disaster risk management

Part IV  - 445 Kb

    2.5 Disaster risk management (cont'd.)

Part V  - 748 Kb

    2.6 Risk Profile

LOCAL INSTITUTIONS RESPONSE TO RECENT NATURAL HAZARDS

    3.1 Hazard events - 1990 and 2000
    3.2 Hazard events - 2001 and 2003

Part VI - 337 Kb

ROLE OF LOCAL INSTITUTIONS IN MANAGING RECENT DISASTERS AN ASSESSMENT

    3.2 Hazard events - 2001 and 2003 (cont'd.)
    4.1 Evolution of institutional response
    4.2 Recovery, mitigation and prevention - gaps

Part VII   - 115 Kb

    4.3 Recent initiatives of local government
    4.4 Constraints to undertaking prevention and mitigation measures

CONCLUSIONS AND LESSONS LEARNED


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