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Turning practice into policy

Linking community-based disaster risk management best practice with government policy

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 A community helps to reconstruct a children's centre in Bangladesh.

A community helps to reconstruct a children's centre in Bangladesh. Photo: Ralph Hodgson/Tearfund

This resource is for disaster risk reduction (DRR) practitioners who want to set up robust community-based disaster risk management (CBDRM) programmes.

Phase 1 of the resource explores best practice in CBDRM, and phase 2 looks at how to engage with governments to enable programmes to be replicated and scaled up.

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