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Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for Tribal Governments

The Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for Tribal Governments is designed to prepare tribal governments for recovery efforts from future disasters by engaging with the whole community and planning for recovery activities that are comprehensive and long term. The guide also provides tools for public engagement and for identifying existing recovery resources and outside partnerships that could help tribal governments build resilience.

The Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for Tribal Governments was developed by the Community Planning and Capacity Building Branch in alignment with FEMA’s 2018-2022 Strategic Plan goal of maturing the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF), and is the third in a series of three pre-disaster planning guides. The Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for State Governments was released in 2016 and the Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for Local Governments was released in 2017.

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The Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for Tribal Governments is designed to prepare tribal governments for recovery efforts from future disasters by engaging with the whole community and planning for recovery activities that are comprehensive and long term. The guide also provides tools for public engagement and for identifying existing recovery resources and outside partnerships that could help tribal governments build resilience.

The Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for Tribal Governments was developed by the Community Planning and Capacity Building Branch in alignment with FEMA’s 2018-2022 Strategic Plan goal of maturing the National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF), and is the third in a series of three pre-disaster planning guides. The Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for State Governments was released in 2016 and the Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for Local Governments was released in 2017.

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