OBED NYANGENA: Responsive disaster risk reduction key for development

Deliberate cooperation to support developing countries to better manage risks is a formidable step

In Summary

• The direct and indirect effects of climate change immeasurably hurt the gross domestic product of struggling economies. 

• While there is no silver bullet to every form of risk manifestation, it cannot be gainsaid that developing countries, unlike developed countries, suffer disproportionately.

As the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction is marked, communities should embrace international cooperation for developing countries to reduce their disaster risk and losses.

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