Barriers to evidence-based disaster management in Nepal: a qualitative study

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Lee, A.C.K.;
  • Publisher: Elsevier

Objectives: Globally, the incidence of natural disasters is increasing with developing\ud countries tending to be worst affected. Implementing best practices in disaster management\ud that are evidence-based is essential in order to improve disaster resilience and\ud re... View more
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