Archive Disasters hurt more women than men. What’s the solution?

  • By Zoe Tabary, TRF
  • 10/10/2016
10 October, 2PM UK time (GMT+1) / What should governments, aid agencies and businesses do differently to protect lives and put women and girls at the core of disaster risk reduction? Join our panel of experts for a debate ahead of the International Day for Disaster Reduction

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