A novel framework for owner driven reconstruction projects to enhance disaster resilience in the long term
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Purpose Post-disaster reconstruction poses a double-edged sword to its implementers as it demands addressing survivors' need for speed as well as meeting the growing expectation to trigger resilience. While an owner-driven housing reconstruction (ODHR), inter-disciplinary and long-term approach has been promoted internationally; however, there is limited research focussed on the long-term impacts (>10 years after a disaster) of ODHR. Furthermore, there is no one accepted framework for practitioners to guide through the process of ODHR projects to carve pathways for disaster resilience. The purpose of this paper is to assimilate findingscontingent and generalisableinto a novel framework for future change in practice.
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