CWS JAPAN'S “LESSONS FROM MABI” IS NOW AVAILABLE

22 March 2019

CWS Japan has released a report on lessons learnt from Western Japan Floods. Titled "Six months since Western Japan floods: lessons from Mabi", this report summarizes the key findings of research done through a literature survey and field visits to Mabi between November 2018 and January 2019, after CWS Japan responded to a flood event in the town. It aims to study and understand important lessons from this flood disaster, focusing on the ten most important issues.

Click here to read the report.

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