CRS Disaster Risk Reduction & Resilience
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is committed to spread knowledge and good practices to contribute in capacity building through sharing lessons learned, case studies and guides developed from experiences in the humanitarian field. This collection is focused on Disaster Risk Reduction in Emergency Responses and Recovery Phases and developing plans of action for community resilience through participatory approaches.
Resources on this Collection
MIRA - Measuring Resilience in Malawi: UBALE (Unite in Building and Advancing Life Expectations) project
Increasing Resilience to Natural Disasters with Cash-Based Interventions: Lessons Learned and Best Practices from Cash-Transfer Programming in Response to Typhoon Damrey in Vietnam
Collections on this Collection
Learning Briefs from CRS’s Response, Recovery and Resilience (R3) Program
These learning briefs share insights from disaster risk reduction projects in the Response, Recovery and Resilience (R3) program in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Haiti, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam and Indonesia, which aims to build the resilience of underserved vulnerable communities to multiple natural disasters. Disaster management and resilience plans developed by communities, households and farmers detailed ways to mitigate and respond to the different types of disasters faced by each country. A strong dimension of all of these projects was to better understand how people perceive their own resilience. Please send suggestions for additional content for this Channel to firstname.lastname@example.org, or create your own Collection on the Library!