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… involving human, mechanical and natural elements. This is why the Panama Canal is a living example of the importance of resilient infrastructure and good governance, two key factors in disaster risk reduction policies.    Mami Mizutori, Special Representative of the UN … serves as an example for this region. It is a resilient organization that complies with all the priorities of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction," said …
… no government can address all challenges and risks on its own, building resilience against disasters requires the engagement of all-of-society. To aid in this process, … no government can address all challenges and risks on its own, building resilience against disasters requires the engagement of all-of-society. To aid in this process, …
… to as indirect economic impacts – resulting from natural hazard events such as flooding, earthquakes, or hurricanes. The indirect economic impacts are quantified as … a particular type of disaster. The model is typically used to prioritize disaster mitigation efforts or for pre-disaster analysis to support risk analysis frameworks. … about community vulnerabilities, to help identify opportunities for risk mitigation and preparedness. In fact, casualty and infrastructure damage estimates for …