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Asbestos and Humanitarian Response – A Life-Threatening Humanitarian Challenge

Communication Material

This summary summarizes the session from the Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week on Asbestos and Humanitarian response, from February 2020. Core questions posed in the session included (1) what the immediate actions, which can be taken to reduce the asbestos risks in post-disaster operations, and (2) What the long-term options are for reducing overall asbestos risks and specific risks following disasters. The summary further includes available information and guidelines on disaster waste handling and cases studies conducted by the Mozambique Shelter Cluster and UNDP on General Strategy for Risk Reduction linked to Asbestos Cement.

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