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Policy Advocacy and Movement Building: Engaging Governments and Civil Society for Disaster Preparedness – A Practical Guide for CBOs


Policy Advocacy and Movement Building: Engaging Governments and Civil Society for Disaster Preparedness – A Practical Guide for CBOs. This guidebook on Engaging Governments and Civil Society for Disaster Preparedness was produced to assist local organizations in Asia in understanding the current policy landscape for DRR and their pivotal role in crafting effective DRR policies that promote safe and resilient communities. IIRR and Give2Asia hope that this guidebook will enhance the skills of CBOs in engaging with governments and other key DRR actors so they can effectively participate in this highly political process.

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