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Disasters: An Asia Pacific Resource Book, Gunawardene, Nalaka and Noronha,
Frederick (Editors) 160 pages; 17.3 cm x 24.4 cm; 19 chapters + 7 appendices
This book (Edited by Nalaka Gunawardene and Frederick Noronha with a Foreword by Sir Arthur C Clarke) was published in December 2007. It is a multi-author book that discusses how information, education and communication can help create disaster resilient communities across the Asia Pacific region, home to half of humanity.
This joint project was led by ACFID HRG members and AusAID and focused on assessing the capacity of the humanitarian supply chain in East Timor and Indonesia, with the aim to strengthen the supply chain capacity, improve the preparedness prior to, and efficiency and effectiveness during, international emergency response. The project examined a suite of supply chain options in coordination with local stakeholders.