“Towards Mabi Recovery – Lessons One Year On” builds on Church World Service (CWS) earlier findings as reported in “Six Months Since Western Japan Flood: Lessons From Mabi”. That report highlighted 10 key findings about the relief phase of CWS and partners’ work: flood risk communication, infrastructure measures, early warning, evacuation and emergency behavior, shelter management, volunteer management, health issues, temporary shelter, recovery planning and periodic changes in community perception and behavior. Now, after a full year, CWS Japan is pleased to share a more in-depth and detailed reports of more key findings. In compiling and sharing these observations and lessons learned, CWS hopes other humanitarian and disaster response teams – government, non-government and civil society – will be more aware and better prepared for tomorrow’s inevitable disasters.
Read full report here: “Towards Mabi’s Recovery – Lessons One Year On”
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