Start managing disaster threat or risk development gains: Experts

Reuters: When Typhoon Haiyan sent storm surges and high winds across the islands of the central Philippines in November 2013, it wrecked homes, schools, hospitals and roads, as well as killing more than 6,000 people. "The investment that was put into the community - from the point of view of the families that were affected - was all gone, and we have to rebuild again," said Dinky Soliman, Secretary of the Philippines' Department of Social Welfare and Development. Her country has since learned the importance......

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