Risk Nexus Urgent case for recovery: what we can learn from the August 2014 Karnali River fl oods in Nepal

Posted On: 2015-07-27

The Karnali region in Nepal experienced major flooding in August 2014, causing 222 deaths and severely affecting 120,000. While the early warning systems saved many lives, these lives have been irrevocably changed with the widespread loss of livelihoods, property, and critical infrastructure. The challenge now is to prevent such damages and losses from future disasters and develop local resilience. A common misconception is that building resilience is an expensive, resource heavy process. However, critical gaps in the disaster management system can be fixed with inexpensive and simple solutions. This report details what happened during the Karnali floods and key opportunities to build resilience both locally and globally.

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