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This report analyses the existing conditions and capacities within a country to achieve efficient risk management and reduction in Central America and the Caribbean.

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Between 22 October and 1 November 1998, Hurricane Mitch, a 180-mph Category 5 storm, the worst to hit the Gulf of Mexico in 200 years, swept through a number of Central American countries...

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The American Red Cross Response to Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma

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Between 22 October and 1 November 1998, Hurricane Mitch, a 180-mph Category 5 storm, theworst to hit the Gulf of Mexico in 200 years, swept through a number of Central Americancountriesdevastating...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Honduras, Nicaragua

Hurricane Mitch caused tremendous losses to human life, property, livelihoods, and physical infrastructure throughout Central America. Its effects were greatest in two of the poorest countries in...

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Publisher(s): ProVention Consortium
Date: Feb 2014

This film is for DRR practitioners or those wishing to learn more about DRR practices. Good practice is demonstrated through case studies from Tajikistan, Malawi, India, Nicaragua, El Salvador,...

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Publisher(s): EcoSur
Date: Nov 2013

Central America is the subcontinent with most natural calamities. We analyze the results of reconstruction projects after the 1976 Guatemalan earthquake and after Hurricane Mitch in 1998 in...