This is the repair and, where appropriate, enhancement of disaster-affected communities’ facilities, livelihoods, and living situations, as well as attempts to reduce catastrophe risk factors.

Rehabilitation and reconstruction should begin immediately after the emergency phase has ended, and should be based on pre-existing strategies and regulations that facilitate defined institutional responsibilities for recovery action and public engagement. Following a disaster, recovery programs, in combination with increased public awareness and involvement, provide a valuable chance to create and execute disaster risk reduction strategies, as well as to use the “build back better” philosophy.


  • HG (2020, February 22). Common Terminologies (A-z) Of Disaster Risk Reduction & Management. Humanitarian Global. Retrieved December 6, 2023, from Link


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