ICT for Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia and the Pacific .
An Overview of Trends, Practices and LessonsCase Studies1.
The Bangladesh Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme and ICTs
- Shanta R. Halder and Tasdiq Ahmed2.
Integrated Information and Communication System for Emergency Management in Bangladesh
- Manzul Kumar Hazarika, Dwijendra Kumar Das and Lal Samarakoon3.
Space Technology Application for Disaster Management in China
- Li Jing, Shen Li and Tang Hong4.
Reaching the Last Mile through Community-based Disaster Risk Management: A Case Study fromSri Lanka
- Gasbrielle Iglesias, Novil Wijesekara and Nirmala Fernando5.
The Sahana Free and Open Source Disaster Management System in Haiti
- Chamindra de Silva and Mark Prustalis6.
Establishing and Institutionalizing Disaster Loss Databases: Experience from UNDP
- UNDP Regional Programme on Capacity Building for Sustainable Recovery and Risk Reduction7.
- Peter Griffin
ICT for Disaster Risk Reduction
An Overview of Trends, Practices and Lessons
ICTD Case Study
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