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|Title:||Leaving No One Behind:Lessons from the Kerala Disasters|
|Keywords:||Flood Control::Disaster, विपद्, Desastre|
Flood Control::Corrective Disaster risk management, सुधारात्मक विपद् जोखिम व्यवस्थापन, Gestión de Riesgos Correctiva
|Publisher:||Centre for Migration and Inclusive Development|
|Abstract:||This report, commissioned by Mathrubhumi and undertaken by the Centre for Migration and Inclusive Development (CMID), under the guidance of Dr. Muralee Thummarukudy, chief, Disaster Risk Reduction and operations manager, UN Environment, is a collection of invited articles by subject experts on the lessons learned from the Kerala disasters, with special emphasis on the 2018 floods and landslides. The report summarises the vulnerabilities of the state of Kerala to natural disasters and provides a detailed narrative of the 2018 disasters, its impact and the overall response of various stakeholders. The report also summarises the initiatives towards recovery and reconstruction under the leadership of the Government of Kerala and draws a road map towards a resilient emerging Kerala (Nava Keralam). The root causes of the floods and landslides of 2018 also are analysed in depth by technical experts. It also gives an overview of the disasters that occurred in August 2019.|
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