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Results of i-APS Rapid Assessment Survey: Attitudes and Beliefs of Victims of Beirut Explosion

In response to the devastating explosion in Beirut on August 4, 2020 that has killed at least 200 and resulted in an estimated 300,000 displaced people, International Advisory, Products and Systems (i-APS) conducted a rapid assessment survey between August 9-11 in Beirut of 103 individuals personally impacted by the event to understand their urgent needs and attitudes and beliefs about the response.

Click here to see the full results from the survey: https://rb.gy/efrec1

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