When disasters and conflicts collide: improving links between disaster resilience and conflict prevention

from Overseas Development Institute
Published on 06 Feb 2013 View Original

February 2013
Katie Harris, David Keen and Tom Mitchell

From 2005-2009, more than 50% of people affected by ‘natural’ disasters lived in fragile and conflict-affected states. Recently, a number of high profile disasters in fragile and conflict-affected states have increased attention on the concurrence of disasters and conflict, and there is an expectation that disasters and conflict will coincide more in the future.

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