How hundreds of millions of people are protected from natural hazard risks throughout Southeast Asia

A Case Study on Regional Disaster Risk Reduction There are more than 655 million people living in Southeast Asia— one of the most disaster-prone regions of the world. Life within the region is becoming even more challenged by a notable increase in climate-driven disasters which include floods, landslides, wildfires, and super typhoons.
January 5, 2022

A Case Study on Regional Disaster Risk Reduction

There are more than 655 million people living in Southeast Asia— one of the most disaster-prone regions of the world. Life within the region is becoming even more challenged by a notable increase in climate-driven disasters which include floods, landslides, wildfires, and super typhoons.

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