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Date: Dec 2010
 
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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Africa

The aim of the proposed African Regional Strategy for Disaster Risk Reduction is to contribute to the attainment of sustainable development and poverty eradication by facilitating the integration...

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Guidelines for earthquake safe and resistant design of buildings, constructions and retrofitting of buildings in Afghanistan. These guidelines cover the issues of building materials and building...

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This document can also be found on the official website of the United Nations Centre for Regional Development at: https://www.un.org/en/. Earthquake damages...

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Publisher(s): ProVention Consortium
Date: Feb 2014
Location: India, Nepal, Viet Nam

A UNCRD (United Nations Centre for Regional Development) film which looks at the ability and ways in which communities in Nepal, India, and Vietnam can learn to live with earthquakes by altering...

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Africa is the only continent where the regional share of reported disasters in the world total has increased over the last decade. The Commission of the AU, the NEPAD Secretariat and UN/ISDR...

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This publication is intended for all officials and technicians who are responsible for planning and executing post-disaster shelter programmes: government planners, administrators and programme...

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Date: Feb 2019
Location: All Countries

This collection contains videos, reports, presentations, case studies and guidelines on child-friendly spaces. Resources originate from all countries, with some coming more specifically from...

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Drought is a normal part of climate; an extreme climatic event, often described as a natural hazard. Drought by itself does not trigger an emergency. Whether or not it becomes an emergency depends...

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