Mainstreaming Livelihood Centred Disaster Risk Reduction

The LCDRR project in Zimbabwe aimed to build a disaster resilient community. Four components namely future un-certainty, hazards & stresses, governance and livelihoods were identified as factors affecting resilience. Objectives were developed with indicators to enhance resilience. The project was measured against indicators developed through a participatory baseline survey

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