FHI 360 Blog Post Examines Costs Of Natural Disasters, Disease Outbreaks

FHI 360’s “Research for Evidence”: What do we know about the costs of natural disasters and disease outbreaks?
Katherine Whitton, research intern for the Research and Evaluation Strategic Initiative at FHI 360, discusses findings from three journal articles that each focus on a different aspect of estimating, mitigating, and understanding the economic cost of different natural disaster events and disease outbreaks (12/18).

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