Cultural significance of health should be incorporated into modern disaster risk reduction strategies, say researchers

Climate change, and more precisely, recurring droughts-induced indirect and direct ravaging effects on health and livelihoods, combined with the fragility of the existing socio-economic construct in the remote, off-grid, Arid and Semi-Arid communities, are increasingly becoming a main cultural, global and public health threat.

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