Sierra Leone Mudslides: A Preventable Social Disaster or an Inevitable 'Natural Disaster'?

What lessons can African countries learn from Sierra Leone’s devastating mudslides? Was the disaster due to natural events or is there a social dimension? Is there anything such as a 'natural disaster'? What can be done to reduce risks?

Sierra Leone Mudslides: A Preventable Social Disaster or an Inevitable 'Natural Disaster'?
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