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|Title:||Prioritizing Recovery Spending: Lessons from the 2017 Peru Floods|
|Abstract:||Globally, long-term disaster recovery efforts typically focus on rebuilding infrastructure - core services, markets, and transportation are fundamental to maintaining livelihoods and economic activity. However, as Peru designs and implements recovery plans in response to the 2017 flood, attention to a few additional principles will allow the country to leverage expenditures to deliver not just reconstruction but also build long-term resilience.|
|Appears in Collections:||Assets and Livelihoods|
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