International Response to 2015 Nepal Earthquake Lessons and Observations
Cook, Alistair D. B.; Shrestha, Maxim; Htet, Zin Bo | October 2016
This research focused primarily on the immediate international response to the earthquake in Nepal as an important component of the disaster management cycle. Although it is challenging to define, demarcate, and assess which contribution is for immediate response and which is for a much longer term period, the emergency disaster response studied covers the period of 25th April to 17th May 2015. This period spans from the activation of disaster response until the United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) was demobilised and foreign military aid missions left Nepal.
CitationCook, Alistair D. B.; Shrestha, Maxim; Htet, Zin Bo. 2016. International Response to 2015 Nepal Earthquake Lessons and Observations. © S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/9273.
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