Incoporating Local Building Practices in Response

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Abstract: We focus on ways to facilitate acceptance of local, non-engineered building techniques in post-disaster recovery. Local building practices cover a wide range of local knowledge and practices that are absent from building codes and may be overlooked by institutional actors. The research seeks to analysis social and engineering datasets and assist decision making.

Recommended Citation: Crété, E., Hosta, J., Hendriks, E., Opdyke, A., Yadav, S., Rakotnirina, M., Moles, O., Maskey, P.M., Guragain, R., Joshi, L., Sieffert, Y., Garnier, P., Flinn, B. (2021) “Incorporating Local Building Practices in Response.” Roadmap for Research: A Collaborative Research Framework for Humanitarian Shelter and Settlements Assistance. Twigg, J. and Babister, L. (Eds.), 129-136. InterAction.

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