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Title: Feasibility assessment of proposed indicators, using existing disaster damage statistics in Japan
Other Titles: Sendai Framework Indicator
metadata.dc.creator: Japan International Cooperation Agency
Baba, Hitoshi
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: JICA
metadata.dc.description.lugar: Japón
Abstract: Japan, which is frequently hit by a variety of disasters including floods, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, is one of the countries which are most prepared for disasters through implementing a variety of disaster risk reduction measures. In order to plan, implement and improve its DRR policies, programs and projects, several entities in the government manage and publicize their own “disaster damage statistics”, aiming at showing evidences of the severity of disaster impacts and the effects of DRR measures.
metadata.dc.language.iso: en
metadata.dc.type.spa: Conferencias, Congresos, Simposios, Asambleas, etc.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11762/20487
Keywords: Desastres naturales
Reducción del riesgo de desastres
Estadísticas
Citation: Baba, Hitoshi. (2016). Feasibility assessment of proposed indicators, using existing disaster damage statistics in Japan
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