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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Ethiopia

Preparation of the Ethiopia Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Plan. It covers the main natural hazards affecting Ethiopia, activities under HYOGO framework of action, and development strategies.

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This country profile synthesizes most relevant data and information for Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaptation to Climate Change and is designed as a quick reference source for development...

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The catastrophic risk analysis quantifies the risks of hazard, exposure, vulnerability, and loss, thus providing the decision maker with the necessary information to make optimum decisions on...

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Country notes on disaster risk management in Guatemala. It provides a disaster risk profile and a disaster risk management framework of the country. In addition to cover activities undertaken...

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Overview of disaster risk management programs in Mozambique

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Disaster risk reduction is the first line of defense in adapting to climate change. Accordingly GFDRR’s basic approach is to build resilience now for better adaptation to a changing climate....

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This report is part of chapter 4 in the book Safer Homes, Stronger Communities: A Handbook for Reconstruction after Natural Disasters. This chapter covers the disaster timeline and how to apply...

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Some 20 million tonnes of waste resulted from the Great East Japan Earthquake (GEJE). The amount of debris in Iwate Prefecture was 11 times greater than in a normal year, and in Miyagi 19 times...

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GFDRR annual report 2009. This document reports on GFDRR interventions in 2009 and its achievement in maturing into a leading global player in disaster risk reduction and sustainable recovery, a...

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The main objectives of this study have been two-fold. On the one hand, the study has attempted to establish the extent of financial vulnerability of governments and households to natural hazards...

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