Thesis on humanitarian intervention

Although natural disasters like floods, droughts, volcanic eruptions, wildfires, earthquakes and tsunamis exist in both developed and developing countries, the poorest and most marginalized urban and rural societies will be least likely to re­cover livelihoods and rebuild assets quickly. Several reasons have led to this weak coping capacity, which puts large populations of the poorest inhabitants chroni­cally at risk. Often research and investigations carried out to identify and under­stand the risk zones in these countries are usually insufficient, leading to a frag­mentary local knowledge on possible preventive measures, like land use planning, appropriate building codes, safety regulations and response plans. But even if the expertise in risk reduction exists in local institutes and universities, an appropriate financial mechanism is often not used and therefore necessary steps are not taken (UNU-EHS, 2005: 9).

Thesis on humanitarian intervention

thesis on humanitarian intervention

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