Typhoon Resistance of Homes and How to Improve Them: Self-Assessment Guide

Originally developed for the Post-Yolanda Support for Safer Homes and Settlements in the Visayas project, this guide can be used by communities ravaged by typhoons. It aims to help affected homeowners understand how well can their repaired houses resist against another typhoon, and what can be done in a simple, affordable and accepted manner to make their homes stronger.

Download here: Disaster Risk Reduction Shelter – Self-Assessment Guide

Knowledge product type: self-assessment guide

Year: 2014

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