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5.1.1 Definition

The term ‘mitigation’ addresses the measures taken to minimize the effect of a possible hazard, and the consequent vulnerable conditions from a future disaster. Hence, the mitigation activities are usually focused on the specific hazard and the elements under threat. A few examples of hazard-specific ...

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