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The research reported in this paper outlines how contrasting and, in some cases, openly contested narratives can emerge in society around the nature and causes of the event, the impacts and needs of the affected population.
Housing reconstruction in post-earthquake Gujarat
This paper aims to contribute to the discussion through an exploration of local perceptions of housing reconstruction in the aftermath of the earthquake that hit Gujarat in India on 26 January 2001.
This paper estimates the short-run causal impact of the 2018 flood disaster on the economy of Kerala in India, using a difference-in-difference approach.
Case Studies on Institutional Arrangements for Recovery
These case studies describe institutional structures, legal frameworks, and management lessons gleaned from practical experience, providing recovery leaders with insights suited to their context, disaster scenarios, and institutional landscapes.
This study investigated the impact of COVID-19 on disaster recovery from various types of hazards, with regard to preparedness, evacuation, early recovery, awareness and knowledge of different types of hazards.
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Spatio-temporal mapping of climatic and biological disaster outbreak in India has been undertaken using historical data and scientific tools to explore options to support for relief, recovery, resilience, and adaptation.
The report provides an overview of SEEDS' work in partnership with SELCO Foundation in the Cyclone Fani affected region of Puri district, Odisha.
This issue of offers a detailed overview of the various direct and indirect impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. India now holds the dubious distinction of having the second highest number of COVID-19 cases trailing only to the United States of America. As India settles to live with the "new normal" of rising COVID-19 cases and deaths, it is important to assess its impacts to plan for better recovery.

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