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Punarvasan: a document on reconstruction in post-earthquake Marathwada, Part I & II

By: Jayasankar, K. P.
Contributor(s): Monterio, Anjali.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Mumbai CMCS,Tata Institute of Social Sciences 1995Subject(s): Earthquakes | India | Maharashtra | Emergency housing | Design and construction | Disaster relief | Self-help housing | Housing | Dwellings | Citizen participationDDC classification: 384.83 Summary: A film shot between October 1993 and December 1994, critically examining various aspects of the reconstruction program in the Latur and Osmanabad Districts of Maharashtra, following the earthquake of September 30, 1993. Part I traces the first stage of reconstruction where donor-sponsored housing relocation schemes were undertaken including the decision to relocate 52 villages, the lay-out and design of the settlements and the building technologies adopted. Part II looks at the peoples' participation in the reconstruction program. It presents various experiments involving the use of low-cost indigenous materials, local participation in settlement design, training of local artisans, demonstration of retrofitting techniques and information-education campaigns.
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A film shot between October 1993 and December 1994, critically examining various aspects of the reconstruction program in the Latur and Osmanabad Districts of Maharashtra, following the earthquake of September 30, 1993. Part I traces the first stage of reconstruction where donor-sponsored housing relocation schemes were undertaken including the decision to relocate 52 villages, the lay-out and design of the settlements and the building technologies adopted. Part II looks at the peoples' participation in the reconstruction program. It presents various experiments involving the use of low-cost indigenous materials, local participation in settlement design, training of local artisans, demonstration of retrofitting techniques and information-education campaigns.

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