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The Economics of Early Response and Disaster Resilience: Lessons from Kenya and Ethiopia

The study uses Kenya and Ethiopia as case studies, comparing the relative costs of early response and disaster resilience

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The Economics of Early Response and Disaster Resilience: Lessons from Kenya and Ethiopia

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The study uses Kenya and Ethiopia as case studies, comparing the relative costs of late humanitarian response, early response, and building resilience to disasters

Published 31 August 2012