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Pathways for collaboratively strengthening water and sanitation systems

Nov. 30, 2021

Collaborative approaches are seen as a promising way to strengthen Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) service delivery systems when challenges exceed the mandates and capabilities of any single entity. While collaborative approaches are well studied in high-income country contexts, current understanding of their application to international development contexts is limited...

Collaboratively Strengthening Water and Sanitation Systems in Low-Income and Weak-Governance Contexts

Nov. 30, 2021

Pugel, K. (2021) Dissertation, University of Colorado Boulder.

¿Cómo construir casas de maderas para resistir los huracanes futuros?

Nov. 19, 2021

Escrito por: Briar Goldwyn, Cole Velasquez, Yarelis Gonzales, and Meredith Lochhead En Puerto Rico, isla localizada en el caribe vulnerable a los huracanes y los terremotos, se estima que más de la mitad de la construcción comercial y residencial está construida de manera informal.1 Mientras que la vivienda informalmente construida...

Construyendo Viviendas que son seguras en Huracanes y Terremotos

Nov. 19, 2021

Escrito por: Briar Goldwyn, Cole Velasquez, Yarelis Gonzales, y Polly Murray Cuando comenzamos a estudiar el desempeño de las viviendas informalmente construidas en varios desastres naturales en Puerto Rico, la isla no se había afectado por un fuerte terremoto desde hace más de cien años. Comenzamos nuestro estudio en Julio...

Building housing that is safe in hurricanes and earthquakes

Nov. 15, 2021

Written by: Briar Goldwyn, Cole Velasquez, Yarelis Gonzales, and Polly Murray When we first set out to study the multi-hazard performance of informally constructed housing in Puerto Rico, the island had not been majorly affected by an earthquake for over 100 years. We began our study in July 2019 by...

How can wood houses be built to withstand future hurricanes?

Nov. 15, 2021

Written by: Briar Goldwyn, Cole Velasquez, Yarelis Gonzales, and Meredith Lochhead In Puerto Rico, a U.S. Caribbean island exposed to both hurricanes and earthquakes, it is estimated that over half of all commercial and residential construction is constructed informally. While this informally constructed housing provides housing access for individuals who...

Post-Disaster Housing Safety: (Mis)Alignments Between Household Perceptions and Engineering Assessments

Venable, C. (2020). Dissertation, University of Colorado Boulder.

Perceptions of Post-Disaster Housing Safety in Future Typhoons and Earthquakes

Venable, C., Javernick-Will, A., and Liel, A. (2020). Sustainability, 12 (9), 3837; 10.3390/su12093837.

Pathways to livable relocation settlements following disaster

Palagi, S. and Javernick-Will, A. (2020). Sustainability. 12(8), 3474; 10.3390/su12083474

Adapting Collaborative Approaches for Service Provision to Low-Income Countries: Expert Panel Results

Pugel, K., Javernick-Will, A., Koschmann, M., Peabody, S., and Linden, K. (2020). Sustainability. 12(7), 2612; 10.3390/su12072612.

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