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Promoting grassroots innovations by combining scientific knowledge and local wisdom
Traditional / indigenous knowledge is ingrained into the culture of our societies, but its existence is largely in tacit form. Unlike the western knowledge system (scientific knowledge system) that is easier to communicate through formal language including grammatical statements, Read More..

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PDI Flood contingency plan 2014
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Social Accountability Jodhpur
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Slow disaster and COAST response
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Nepal Report
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Addressing Underlying Causes
According to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and World Bank (WB) 2014 World Development Report,South and South East Asia remains more vulnerable to natural hazards than any other part of the world. In 2013, the single most powerful storm to make landfall in recorded history, Super Typhoon Haiyan, is estimated to have killed thousands nationwide,and impacted the livelihoods of over 4 million people.As South and Southeast Asian region struggles to recover from one disaster after another, questions are already being asked about how human decisions may have exacerbated the effects of this natural disaster.

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