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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

There is a long overdue requirement for urban multi-storey and self-build small buildings to improve the standard of their construction. After almost every urban earthquake, the call goes out for...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Australia

These guidelines are based upon the 'Design Guidelines for Australian Public Cyclone Shelters' and incorporate the recommendations of the Queensland Tropical Cyclone Coordination...

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This Urban Desk Study has been commissioned to provide guidance to PMI on best practice
in dense urban response. More specifically where possible the study aims to provide
guidance to...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Nepal

Contingency Plan for the coordinatino of emergency shelter and non-food items

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

This paper empirically analyzes three dimensions of
wide spread violence in the area. First, it maps the current research
and views on the nature of violence in FATA. Second, it...

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This publication has been produced to rapidly respond to the need for transitional shelter solutions in emergencies in providing a œmenu? of engineered, quantified and costed solutions drawn upon...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

Looking at a spread of slow-onset and sudden climate-related events, this article explores the meteorological fields that must be considered in future disaster-preparedness planning.

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

The findings of this research may help the policy makers while taking the decision for implementation of information systems in healthcare sector.

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Abstract—This paper develops the conceptual framework of barriers faced by the decision makers and management personnel of health sector.

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