Tackling Urban Disasters: The Role of a Legislative Framework as a First Step to Risk Reduction

Urban hazards in Africa include poorly constructed buildings, fires, and flooding. The high accumulation of people and assets in cities make vulnerability to these hazards high. What are the first steps in tacking urban disasters?

Tackling Urban Disasters: The Role of a Legislative Framework as a First Step to Risk Reduction
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