Lifelines : The Resilient Infrastructure Opportunity Report

World Bank
World Bank
Publication Date:
19 June 2019
Africa, Economy, Business and Finance, Governance, Industry and Infrastructure, International Organizations and Africa

Infrastructure- electricity, telecommunications, roads, water, and sanitation- are central to people's lives. Without it, they cannot make a living, stay healthy, and maintain a good quality of life. Access to basic infrastructure is also a key driver of economic development. This report lays out a framework for understanding infrastructure resilience - the ability of infrastructure systems to function and meet users' needs during and after a natural hazard.


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