How can we help people affected by natural hazards to build back safer housing? In this video Eefje Hendriks explains her PhD research in only 10 minutes.
Articles published as part of the full report:
• Hendriks, E., Luyten, L., & Parrack, C. (2018). Knowledge exchange and adoption to enable safer post-disaster self-recovery. International Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management, 2(1).
• Hendriks, E., Opdyke, A. (2020). Knowledge adoption in post-disaster self-recovery. Special Issue of Disaster Prevention and Management Journal.
• Hendriks, E., Schep, B., Van Leersum, A. (2019). Exploring the influence of knowledge networks on the adoption of earthquake-resistant construction techniques in Nepal. In Martins (Eds.), Enhancing disaster preparedness.
• Hendriks, E., Stokmans, M. (2020). Drivers and barriers for the adoption of hazard-resistant construction knowledge in Nepal: Applying the motivation, ability, opportunity (MAO) theory. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.