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close this bookProtecting New Health Facilities from Natural Disasters: Guidelines for the Promotion of Disaster Mitigation (PAHO, WB; 2003; 54 pages) [ES] View the PDF document
View the document1 Introduction
View the document2 Natural Phenomena and Health Infrastructure
open this folder and view contents3 The Guidelines for Vulnerability Reduction in the Design of New Health Facilities and Their Incorporation into the Development of Projects Cycles
View the document4 Investment in Risk Reduction Measures
View the document5 Policies and Regulations
View the document6 Training and Education
View the document7 The Role of International Organizations in the Promotion and Funding of Mitigation Strategies
View the documentAnnex I: Effects of natural disasters
View the documentAnnex II: Glossary of key terms
View the documentReferences
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Protecting New Health Facilities from Natural Disasters: Guidelines for the Promotion of Disaster Mitigation

Produced by Tarina García Concheso, based on
Guidelines For Vulnerability Reduction in the Design of New Health Facilities
by R. Boroschek and R. Retamales of the
PAHO/WHO Collaborating Center at the University of Chile
and on the recommendations adopted
at the international meeting "Hospitals in Disasters: Handle with Care," El Salvador, July 2003.

Area on Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Relief

Washington D.C., 2003

PAHO Library Cataloguing in Publication:

Pan American Health Organization

Protecting New Health Facilities from Natural Disasters:
Guidelines for the Promotion of Disaster Mitigation


Washington, D.C.: PAHO/World Bank, © 2003.

ISBN 92 75 124841

I Title

1. VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS

2. PREVENTION AND MITIGATION

3. HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE

4. NATURAL DISASTERS

5. DISASTER PLANNING

NLM HV553.G216r 2003 En

© Pan American Health Organization, 2003

A publication of the Area on Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Relief of the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization in collaboration with the World Bank.

The views expressed, the recommendations made, and the terms employed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the current criteria or policies of the Pan American Health Organization or of its Member States.

PAHO and WHO welcome requests for permission to reproduce or translate, in part or in full, this publication. Applications and inquiries from the Americas should be addressed to the Area on Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Relief , Pan American Health Organization, 525 Twenty-third Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037, USA; fax: (202) 775-4578; email: disaster-publications@paho.org.

This publication has been made possible through the financial support of the World Bank, the International Humanitarian Assistance Division of the Canadian International Development Agency (IHA/CIDA), the Office for Foreign Disaster Assistance of the United States Agency for International Development (OFDA/USAID), and the United Kingdom's Department for International Development (DFID).

 

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