TOWARDS MABI’S RECOVERY – LESSONS ONE YEAR ON

26 September 2019

ADRRN's member, CWS Japan has recently published DRR lessons learnt report from Western Japan Floods that happened last year. It builds on earlier published 6-months lessons report.

 

Click here to read “Towards Mabi’s Recovery – Lessons One Year On”.

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