Pilot fragility assessment of an informal urban settlement in Kiribati

Date created: 07 March 2022

This fragility assessment of South Tarawa in Kiribati explores patterns of fragility related to urban development including delivery of critical urban services with focus on water and sanitation services. The assessment’s key objectives are to determine and better understand the patterns of fragility and resilience created by state–society relationships, as they relate to the delivery of urban services in South Tarawa, and to identify means of overcoming fragility to improve the quality of urban life in the community.

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Issued 2021-06-25
Modified 2022-02-15
DCAT Type Text
Source https://kiribati-data.sprep.org/dataset/pilot-fragility-assessment-informal-urban-settlement-kiribati
Publisher Name Environment and Conservation Division-MELAD
Contact Name Patrick Safran, Focal Point for Fragile and Conflicted-Affected Situations
Contact Email [email protected]