Introducing StIRRRD – Strengthened Indonesian Resilience: Reducing Risk from Disasters

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Tsunami Aftermath

With a population of 250 million and frequent natural disasters, Indonesia has had to rely on   international aid to help it recover from natural disasters numerous times. Its economic growth has also suffered repeatedly. To combat this, the Indonesian government is taking action to reduce losses from natural disasters and to strengthen community resilience. It has made local governments responsible for managing hazards and risks. However, the ability of provincial and district governments to achieve this varies widely.

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Strengthened Indonesian Resilience – Reducing Risk from Disasters

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