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CPBRD PB 2019-02: Who is in Charge? Envisioned Department of Disaster Resilience Hopes to Provide Answers Moving Forward

For a country like the Philippines that is highly vulnerable to risks of disasters with concomitant loss of lives and property, institutional arrangements on preparedness, emergency management, and relief or response are bound to be subject to intense scrutiny especially in terms of responsiveness, effectiveness, and accountability.

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Aquino, Manuel, P; Gamboa, Dominador, M; Lebrilla, Ma Leni, P; Lorenzo, Cynthia R; Lamberte, Mario B.; disaster; emergency management; resilience, poverty;
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