An Integrative Asset-Management Framework to Assist Post-Disaster Reconstruction in Post-Conflict Situations
Abuzayan, Kayis Mohamed
Dr Joyce Bell
Dr Andrew Whyte
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Department of Civil Engineering
Reconstruction is an essential measure for a society in a state of flux as a result of man-made- conflict. A long-term approach must become a priority and the guiding goal of reconstruction. Reconstruction rebuilds literally the infrastructure for damaged societies, and this process can succeed only if there is a national commitment to redevelopment of a fit-for- purpose built-environment as well as a commitment to involve the affected community’s facilities user-needs within an integrated asset-management framework.
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