Damage and Reconstruction Needs Assessment (DRNA) Online Course

Organizer(s) Earthquakes and Megacities Initiative


Damage and Reconstruction Needs Assessment (DRNA) is a specialization course under the Natural Disaster Risk Management Program that offers a set of diagnostic tools to measure the type and extent of damage and losses caused by a specific disaster, identify immediate recovery and longer-term reconstruction needs, and determine the economic and financial implications of the event. This can be used immediately after the emergency stage to assess the direct and indirect effects of a catastrophic event, and its implications for the social well-being and economic performance of the affected area.


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