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Author Shah, Fatima.
Title A workbook on planning for urban resilience in the face of disasters [electronic resource] : adapting experiences from Vietnam cities to other cities / Fatima Shah and Federica Ranghieri.
Publication Info. Washington, D.C. : World Bank, 2011.
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Description xxv, 168 p.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Executive summary -- Reader's guide -- Introduction and context -- Demystifying the "local resilience action plan" -- Sensitization an important first step in establishing context -- Technical analysis risk identification and assessment based on spatial analysis -- Gaps assessment inventory and needs assessment -- Resilience measures identifying options and establishing priorities -- Bringing the pieces together and moving to implementation -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Annex 1: Characteristics of pilot cities -- Annex 2: Consolidated responses from the matrix done in Hanoi -- Annex 3: Structure of the steering committee/working group in Can Tho -- Annex 4: Can Tho maps -- Annex 5: GIS data compatibility and issues of technology -- Annex 6: Methodology for hazard mapping -- Input data -- Methodology -- Hydraulic modeling -- Annex 6: example of inventory from dong hoi -- Annex 7: example information template for an ongoing project -- Annex 8: Sample of proposed project for Dong Hoi city -- Annex 9: Priorities table from Hanoi.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2011. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
Subject Emergency management -- Vietnam.
Emergency management -- Developing countries.
Cities and towns -- Vietnam.
Cities and towns -- Developing countries.
Added Author Ranghieri, Federica.
ebrary, Inc.
ISBN 9780821389393 (electronic)
9780821388785
9780821389393 (e-book)
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