African governments have taken significant steps to advance disaster risk management(DRM) and improve climate resilience. Many different countries in Africa that lacked coordinated disaster response mechanisms in the colonial era were faced with the challenge of addressing perennial disasters such as floods, land slides in major places in the rainy seasons, forest fires, disease outbreaks among other calamities that struck and left the African people in turmoil and anguish.
Post colonialism in the early and mid sixties in Africa found the African states in a place of need in terms of structure, policy formulation and . . .
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