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ADSS: Developing a Community Well-being Index in Disaster-Prone Areas of the Philippines

The SEARCA Agriculture and Development Seminar Series last March 28, 2017 featured Dr. Merites M. Buot, Associate Professor, Department of Human Kinetics College of Arts and Sciences, University of the Philippines Los Baños. She talked about developing community well-being (CWB) index that aims to aid in enhancing and sustaining disaster preparedness in communities.

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