Operationalizing the 9 minimum characteristics of a disaster resilient community in Nepal
Since the 9 minimum characteristics were agreed too, implementing agencies have taken different approaches to including the characteristics into their intervention strategies. Stakeholders have been keen to hear how organisations are operationalizing the characteristics, including what basic elements are being incorporated to meet the characteristics. With this in mind, and to aid discussions about the minimum characteristics with other sectors, the example indicators have been developed. The indicators presented represent current conventional wisdom and attempt to provoke discussion on what is needed to build disaster resilience at the local level in Nepal.
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