January bulletin 2022
UNDRR INFO is the monthly newsletter from the UNDRR Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia with updates on news and activities in the region. This month's edition is dedicated to the Global Platform 2022 and the UNDRR SRSG's message on the launch of the Global Humanitarian Overview. It also includes the latest news and updates: on the announcement of Israel’s partnership with the MCR2030 initiative, an assessment workshop focusing on health systems in the city of Nur-Sultan, and MCR2030 Platform’s activities on supporting local and community resilience.
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This report provides information on the estimated amount of national DRR and CCA expenditures from both internal and external sources. Employing a risk-sensitive budget review (RSBR) methodology
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In compliance with target F and Additional Target 2 and Additional Target 3, the report provides information on the estimated amount of national DRR and CCA expenditures from both internal and external sources.
SFM_SADDD
The aim of this guidance is to: • Support the SFM Officers at the country level and other DRR practitioners to report SADDD. • Strengthen the Sendai Framework Monitor (SFM) reporting through the promotion of good practice for sex, age, and disability disaggregated data (SADDD). • Complement the SFM guidance such as trainings, the SFM E-Learning Course including a video about disaggregated data, the Technical Guidance Notes (TGN), and other materials.
‘How can I make this better?’ Profiles of women’s leadership in disaster risk reduction in Asia and the Pacific
Women are excellent leaders, yet they are still underrepresented in decision-making and leadership in disaster risk reduction. When you work in a field where you are in the minority, it can feel isolating. This collection seeks to recognize and celebrate just a few of the many amazing women leading disaster risk reduction efforts across Asia and the Pacific, in the hope that these profiles will inspire other women doing the same. Women’s equal participation and leadership in public life, including disaster risk reduction, is both an important goal in itself and essential for reducing disaster risk and achieving a broad range of sustainable development goals. The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) is committed to supporting women’s leadership in disaster risk reduction, including through our flagship Women’s International Network on Disaster Risk Reduction (WIN DRR). We know that diversity in leadership improves results, and well-designed disaster risk reduction initiatives that provide for women’s full and effective participation advances gender equality and women’s empowerment while building our collective resilience.
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This report focuses on integrating gender into community-based disaster risk reduction (CBDRR), outlining activities and accomplishments in this area across the reporting countries.
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UNDRR INFO is the monthly newsletter from the UNDRR Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia with updates on news and activities in the region. This month's edition is highlighting the main outcomes of the 2021 EFDRR, as well as well as the announcement on the first four European cities recognised by the MCR2030 Initiative as “Resilience Hubs”. It also includes the latest news and updates: on the subnational INFORM risk index for Caucasus and Central Asia and MCR2030 Platform’s activities on supporting resilience in cities.
Application of disaster-loss data to support early warning and early action in Africa
This project seeks to support DRR stakeholders in Malawi, Zambia, Mozambique and UR Tanzania, to increase the collection and application of disaster loss data and of risk information in the context of EW-EA. This requires a well-functioning data-ecosystem, where data supply and demand of impact data are balanced among the different actors involved, with adequate governance mechanisms and data infrastructure.
Assessing vulnerabilities to disaster displacement A good practice review
This paper reviews current practice for analysing and assessing disaster displacement risks and presents recommendations on how to effectively integrate a detailed vulnerability analysis to improve operational decision making.
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This document takes stock of recent developments in disaster risk science and provides a compelling set of directions for research and scientific collaboration for a more holistic and collaborative approach to understanding and managing risks.