Governments in Asia and the Pacific should consider the direct and indirect benefits of resilient infrastructure, including losses avoided and economic and development benefits even when disaster doesn’t strike.
Steven is a Disaster Risk Management Specialist at the Asian Development Bank (ADB). He works across ADB supporting disaster resilient development and recovery. Before joining ADB in 2018, he worked for over a decade with the United Nations in New York, Dhaka and Kampala. You can follow him on Twitter @stevengoldfinch
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Governments in the region need to invest more in prevention and response to the long-term impacts of disaster displacement.