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- DocumentClimate and Development Knowledge Network, 2015CDKN works in partnership with developing countries to provide benefits from climate compatible development.DocumentPan American Health Organization, 2015During working group discussions at the 2008 Caribbean Health Disaster Coordinators meeting, and under the framework of PAHO’s Disaster Strategic Plan, participants rallied around the idea of developing a Health Sector Self-Assessment Tool for Disaster Risk Reduction to evaluate key aspects of disaster risk management (notably mitigation and preparedness).DocumentInternational Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR), 2014The development of the Country Risk Profile forms a critical part of the strategic effort by the Dominican government's Growth and Social Protection Strategy (GSPS) that seeks to reduce environmental vulnerability and improve disaster prevention and management; through a combination of risk reduction, impact mitigation and other measures through effective implementation of the PhysicaDocumentOverseas Development Institute, 2015Unplanned development creates higher levels of disaster risk, which threatens efforts to eliminate poverty and boost shared prosperity. All development planning should therefore integrate appropriate disaster resilience measures. In addition, investing in disaster risk management (DRM) yields multiple benefits.DocumentOverseas Development Institute, 2015This guide to the future framework for disaster risk reduction (DRR) is intended for decision-makers, particularly those in government responsible for contributing to the new agreement. The guide is organised into a set of modules, each representing important aspects of the successor to the existing Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA).DocumentUnited Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, 2016This report offers insights on how to operationalize the process of disaster risk reduction and integration in a way that fosters risk-sensitive development. A critical part of disaster risk management is getting the right information to the right people at the right times.DocumentUSAID Global Climate Change Program, 2015Nepal has entered an era of accelerated catastrophic events that has been exacerbated by the recent earthquake and aftershocks according to this paper. The continuation of glacial lake outburst floods can be predicted with confidence, both in frequency as well as magnitude.DocumentThe Ecological Sequestration Trust, 2015The report was written at the 2015 UNESCO Chair Program on Cultural Heritage and Disaster Risk Management, International Training Course at Ritsumeikan University Kyoto during the sessions on 16th September 2015, led by Professor Peter Head, Chief Executive of The Ecological Sequestration Trust.Document2014In recent years, Mozambique has made strides towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals, and reducing human insecurity and absolute poverty. However, it is still one of the least developed countries in the world, ranking 184 out of 187 countries and territories in the 2011 Human Development Index.Document
Optimisation of decentralisation for effective Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) through the case study of IndonesiaCopernicus Publications, 2015Key challenges to decentralised disaster risk reduction (DRR) include capacity gaps at lower levels, low compliance with legislation, disconnected policies, issues in communication and coordination, and inadequate resourcing.