Gender Perspective In Disaster Management
Contributed articles presented at the National Level Workshop on "Disaster and Gender" held during 5-6 January, 2007 at P. G. Dept. of Economics, North Orissa University sponsored by Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India.
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Disaster Management and Gender Issues
3 Women and Natural Disaster
Mainstreaming Gender in Disaster Mitigation
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