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close this bookDisaster and Development - Trainer's Guide - 1st edition (Disaster Management Training Programme, 57 p.)
close this folderPARTS THREE AND FOUR: ASSESSING TRADE-OFFS IN INVESTING IN VULNERABILITY REDUCTION AND FORGING THE LINKS BETWEEN DISASTER AND DEVELOPMENT(45 minutes)
View the document25. Learning objectives
View the document26. Comparing development investments
View the document27. Definitions
View the document28. Estimating losses, costs and benefits
View the document29. Advantages of formal quantitative methods
View the document30. Summary
View the document31. Learning objectives
View the document32. Role of the UN and NGOs
View the document33. Collaborating constituencies
View the document34. Question
View the document35. Involving the affected community
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36. Question


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Ask participants to identify from their experience successful attempts to involve potential disaster victims. Focus the discussion on what has worked and why the participants felt the program was successful.

Q. Provide an example of a successful attempt to involve potential disaster victims in designing and implementing a prevention or mitigation program.