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Children and Youth in Disasters: A Co-Produced Program of Research
Children and Youth in Disasters: A Co-Produced Program of Research
18 Aug 2015

Children and Youth in Disasters: A Co-Produced Program of Research

Children represent the most vulnerable demographic group in disasters.  The world health organisation estimates that 30-50% of disaster fatalities are children.  They are also most vulnerable to psychosocial impacts.  However, preliminary research and the new Sendai Framework also identifies them as community “drivers” of change for reducing current and future disaster risks and increasing community resilience.

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