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The application of resilience planning concepts as a tool for assessment and evaluating Egyptian urban communities to achieve resilience after disasters
Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress
After the revolutions of the so-called Arab Spring which begin in Egypt at January 25, 2011, many disasters occurred in many Egyptian cities, and also significant changes in cities led to the emergence of severe shocks suffered by the community, including other subversive threats as Corona pandemic, long-term social pressures like unemployment and poor access Barriers to education, crime or homelessness, as well as deliberate sabotage of urban structures and infrastructure, directly ordoi:10.47472/lowo4087 fatcat:hmeibeb2jndxbag6e2tdvej7vi