Huracán Mitch: una mirada a algunas tendencias temáticas para la reducción del riesgo
This collection of papers was written by different experts following the impact of Hurricane Mitch in Central America in October 1998. From regional and community perspectives, the authors describe how communities were organized, how they dealt with stress during the crisis, and how they participated in the daily process of making decisions on reducing further risk. The authors evaluate the role of international cooperation and of Central America's civil society in the process of rebuilding following the hurricane.
- 254 p.
- Disaster Risk Management
- El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua
VI Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas, Cartagena, Colombia 20-22 June 2018.