Public-private partnerships (PPP) in disaster management in developing countries: a conceptual framework

@inproceedings{Auzzira2015PublicprivateP,
  title={Public-private partnerships (PPP) in disaster management in developing countries: a conceptual framework},
  author={Zairol A. Auzzira and Richard P. Haighb and Dilanthi Amaratungab and Z. A. Auzzir},
  year={2015}
}
  • Zairol A. Auzzira, Richard P. Haighb, +1 author Z. A. Auzzir
  • Published 2015
With loss and damages from disasters increasing globally, reports from international agencies show that developing and the least developed countries are most affected by natural disasters. Much of the literature refers to two major problems that these countries face when managing disaster: the role of government and financial restrictions. As a result, it is difficult for these countries to develop a comprehensive disaster management framework and programs. Public-private partnerships (PPP… CONTINUE READING

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