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This study will aim to
counterbalance this trend in the literature and will explore the experiences of Pakistani
and Somali URs, two of the largest UR populations in Kathmandu, Nepal....

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Date: Feb 2014
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This paper discusses how a truly military humanitarian intervention can take place in a post-cold war world order dominated by western liberal democracies. The humanitarian interventions carried...

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Date: Feb 2014

The report looks at disasters primarily through an economic lens. Economists emphasize self-interest to explain how people choose the amount of prevention, insurance, and coping. But lenses can...

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Date: Feb 2014
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This paper is about the future of water and sanitation stress (Wat/San) in urban slums and how such stress is likely to exacerbate other humanitarian crises over time. It is intended to explore...

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Date: Feb 2014
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Earthquakes have occurred for billions of years. Many stories along the history of manshow the considerable impact they have had on human's lives and property. Earthquakesare the most...

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Date: Feb 2014
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Center of Science for Villages (CSV) was set up in 1977 act as a technology transfer centre for reviving the rural economy. CSV works to salvage traditional sciences through appropriate technology...

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Date: Feb 2014
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Report of a conference organised by ODI, POLIS at the University of Leeds and CAFOD in London, 1 February 2001. Humanitarian assistance has always been a highly political activity. It has always...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

This working paper is one of a collection of papers, most of which were prepared for and presented at a festschrift
conference to honor the life’s work of Professor Thomas Weisskopf of the...

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This case study provides an overview of problems in the Sa'dah basin of yemen regarding water and access to water. It addresses the consequeses of unequal access to and control over...

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Date: Feb 2014
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In recent years, there have been frequent large earthquakes, such as the 2004Mid-Niigata Prefecture Earthquake and the 2005 Fukuoka Seihou-oki Earthquake. In our country, there is no knowing when...

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