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Collection of damage data following major disaster events is a fundamental exercise for a multitude of purposes, such as emergency management, resource allocation, fund mobilization and reconstruction planning. The processes involved, and scales of damage asse ...

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Improving Post-Disaster Damage Data Collection to Inform Decision-Making Final Report

Authors

V. Silva, P. Kalakonas, M. Massabo, T. Bedrina, P. Campanella, A. Avagyan, J. Bevington, D. Farrier

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2018

Collection of damage data following major disaster events is a fundamental exercise for a multitude of purposes, such as emergency management, resource allocation, fund mobilization and reconstruction planning. The processes involved, and scales of damage assessments vary by country, peril and context. Numerous sector-specific data collection activities provide an estimation of damage, loss and post-disaster needs in order to provide relief and facilitate the commencement of reconstruction and recovery efforts.

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