Building community resilience is the process of strengthening capacities of individuals, communities, governments, and other social systems to manage natural disasters effectively in order to minimize losses, and “bounce back” in the shortest possible time. It is both a “journey” and a “destination” at the same time, and we must focus on both simultaneously to realize its benefits.
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