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Navigating in the Midst of Uncertainties : Challenges in Disaster Risk Governance in Mozambique

@inproceedings{Koivisto2018NavigatingIT,
  title={Navigating in the Midst of Uncertainties : Challenges in Disaster Risk Governance in Mozambique},
  author={Jenni E. Koivisto},
  year={2018}
}
Disasters cause heavy losses for societies and may quickly erode any development efforts. Consequently, disaster risk reduction (DRR) is an integral part of development work that should be addresse ... 

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