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Disaster risk assessment tools

Disaster risk assessment tools

  • COMMUNITY RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE AND DISASTER RISK IN SOLOMON ISLANDS PROJECT

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    The development objective of the Community Resilience to Climate and Disaster Risk Project for Solomon Islands (CRISP) is to increase the capacity of selected rural communities to manage natural hazards and climate change risks. The project has four components. The first component, integration of climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) in government policies and operations objective is to support policy development, capacity building, and institutional strengthening aimed at integrating governance and operational processes for CCA and DRR.

  • Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project

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    The objective of the Erosion and Watershed Management Project for Nigeria is to reduce vulnerability to soil erosion in targeted sub-watersheds. The project has four components. (1) Erosion and watershed management infrastructure investments component will support on-the-ground interventions to help reduce vulnerability to land degradation; (2) Erosion and watershed management institutions and information services will strengthen the enabling environment for effective implementation of erosion and watershed management.

  • Integrated Disaster and Land Management Project

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    The development objective of the Integrated Disaster and Land Management Project for Togo is to strengthen institutional capacity of targeted institutions to manage risk of flooding and land degradation in targeted rural and urban areas. There are four components to the project. The first component is institutional strengthening and awareness rising.

  • TG-Integrated Disaster and Land Management

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    The development objective of the Integrated Disaster and Land Management Project for Togo is to strengthen institutional capacity of targeted institutions to manage risk of flooding and land degradation in targeted rural and urban areas. There are four components to the project. The first component is institutional strengthening and awareness rising.

  • Strategic research into national and local capacity building for DRM: Mozambique fieldwork report

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    To date there has been little formal, empirical research that has been conducted on capacity building for disaster risk management (DRM), and as a result international actors lack robust, evidence-based guidance on how capacity for DRM can be effectively generated at national and local levels. This report on Mozambique is part of a research project designed as an initial step towards filling that knowledge and evidence gap. Two programmes emerged as appropriate case studies:

  • Strategic research into national and local capacity building for DRM: Philippines fieldwork report

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    To date there has been little formal, empirical research that has been conducted on capacity building for disaster risk management (DRM), and as a result international actors lack robust, evidence-based guidance on how capacity for DRM can be effectively generated at national and local levels. This report on the Philippines is part of a research project designed as an initial step towards filling that knowledge and evidence gap. Two programmes emerged as appropriate case studies:

  • Strategic research into national and local capacity building for DRM: Pakistan fieldwork report

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    To date there has been little formal, empirical research that has been conducted on capacity building for disaster risk management (DRM), and as a result international actors lack robust, evidence-based guidance on how capacity for DRM can be effectively generated at national and local levels. This report on Pakistan is part of a research project been designed as an initial step towards filling that knowledge and evidence gap.Two programmes emerged as appropriate case studies:

  • Strategic research into national and local capacity building for DRM: Haiti fieldwork report

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    To date there has been little formal, empirical research that has been conducted on capacity building for disaster risk management (DRM), an d as a result international actors lack robust, evidence-based guidance on how capacity for DRM can be effectively generated at national and local levels. This country study on Haiti is part of a research project that has been designed as an initial step towards filling that knowledge and evidence gap. Two programmes emerged as appropriate case studies:

  • Strategic research into national and local capacity building for DRM: Myanmar fieldwork report

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    To date there has been little formal, empirical research that has been conducted on capacity building for disaster risk management (DRM), and as a result international actors lack robust, evidence-based guidance on how capacity for DRM can be effectively generated at national and local levels. This country study on Myanmar is part of a wider research project been designed as an initial step towards filling that knowledge and evidence gap.Three programmes emerged as appropriate case studies for this report: