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This resource aims to describe the burden of fires in displaced persons settlements and identify interventions/innovations that might address gaps in current humanitarian guidelines. The resource...

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Fire-related injuries are strongly associated with low-income and informal/temporary settlements, which are growing rapidly in an urbanising world. Fire policy and mitigation strategies in poorer...

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Insufficient attention has been paid to the design of shelters and settlements in protracted refugee encampments in Eastern Africa. The results invisibly obstruct young children’s development. ...

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This resource show how  peolpe are vulnerable to the environmental risks and effects

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan, Nepal

Nepal and Pakistan face a triple challenge of political instability, weak governance and vulnerability to climate change. Communities are highly vulnerable to floods, landslides and droughts....

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Date: Oct 2018
Location: Europe

This work is part of a larger study developing a European-wide loss estimation framework. Seismic loss estimation is an important tool for governments and individuals (through insurance) to...

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Using the 2030 agenda for SDGs as a unifying framework and heighten the overall impact and enchance mainstreaming of the sector efforts.

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The objective of this paper was to describe the distribution of tuberculosis (TB) mortality by area in the municipality of Sa˜o Paulo, Brazil, from 1994 to 1998, and to evaluate its statistical...

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Publisher(s): Shelter England
Date: Oct 2018
Location: United Kingdom

Shelter in partnership with the research agency, ComRes, explored the relationship between housing and mental health through a two-stage research project in early 2017. This research was central...

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Publisher(s): PLOS ONE
Date: Oct 2018
Location: Global

This resource aims to systematically map and review available scientific evidence on mental health impacts of floods caused by extended periods of heavy rain in river catchments.

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