Global Post-Disaster Reconstruction Studies
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|CRSCAD603L Reconstruction After the Cameras Have Gone||A Awotona||Jan 30 - May 5||Online||-||-||3||5134||$1560.00|
Description for CRSCAD603L:
This course introduces the student to the complex process of post-disaster reconstruction and the roles of government, Non-Governmental Organizations, humanitarian and development agencies, multilateral establishments, and the private sector as well as the ways in which they can all support vulnerable populations during and after disasters. It also examines institutional, regulatory and policy frameworks for implementing reconstruction programs and projects. At the end of the semester, the student submits a research paper on a topic selected by him/her and approved by the instructor. UPCD 603L and CRSCAD 603L are the same course.
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Crosslisted: UPCD 603L and CRSCAD 603L are the same course.