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The Challenges of Conducting a Humanitarian Response: A Report on the Post-Floods Situation in Mahbubnagar District

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  • Samrat Sinha

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  • Mahesh Kamble

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  • VIkas Lakhani

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Composite Report on the Pilot Visit to Severely Affected Areas of Mahbubnagar District of Andhra Pradesh

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  • Samrat Sinha & Mahesh Kamble & VIkas Lakhani, 2009. "The Challenges of Conducting a Humanitarian Response: A Report on the Post-Floods Situation in Mahbubnagar District," Working Papers id:2325, eSocialSciences.
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    andhr pradesh; pilot visit; Mahbubnagar ; floods; Sunderban; India; humanitarian; data; crop; damage;

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