Measuring recovery - signposts to good practice
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1 October 2017

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Measuring recovery - signposts to good practice


Date published

1 October 2017

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Free

First published

1 October 2017

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A report from a project funded by a 2016 EEFIT Research Grant.

A review of tools, frameworks and practices for measuring recovery in the built environment following disaster.

Researcher: Laura Howlett
Organisation: University College London

This research report identifies and describes some of the effective methods and tools for measuring and assessing post-disaster recovery in the built environment with regard to shelter and local infrastructure.

The project also looked at the resources, capacities and skills needed to use these methods and tools effectively.

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Format:
pdf
Pages:
16
Publisher:
EEFIT

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Report Grants Resilience Humanitarian & International Development Seismic & Vibration EEFIT

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