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This study aims to assess shelter recovery in the Delta and its resilience for future disasters, thus addressing the priorities for action III and IV of the Hyogo Framework of Action (HFA), and to provide added value by facilitating a system wide analysis and a study of the recovery process with a focus on 'building back better'. The findings from this…
The workshop aims to increase participants' knowledge and understanding of the concept of recovery and “build back better”. It will also seeks to share tools and apply information to a given scenario as simulation and to learn through reflection and discussion of past experiences linked with tools and practices introduced in the workshop.
Considering that “disasters are inevitable in countries with high vulnerability index” such as Bangladesh, more options to further reduce the impacts of disaster are important. “Building back better” after a disaster is one of those options – seizing the opportunity to correct the limitations and failures of previous practices, policies, and programs du…
The International Recovery Platform (IRP) facilitated a Workshop on Disaster Recovery Planning in Lebanon from 23-25 October 2013. The three-day event aimed at empowering participants to draw upon global best practices for recovery and reconstruction. Participants were trained in recovery planning, and they could serve on a roster of experts for deploym…
The workshop is a national level training course that lasts for three days. The training will empower participants to draw upon global best practices for recovery and reconstruction.
The workshop is a national level training course that lasts for three days. The training will empower participants to draw upon global best practices for recovery and reconstruction. Each workshop can engage up to 40 participants.
30 January 2022 - In light of the serious and wide-ranging related to social and economic impacts of COVID-19 in most countries, the results of the regional review of the Arab countries, which was held in September 2020, concluded the urgent need for technical support to enhance the capabilities of Arab governments in managing successive disasters, espe…
The post disaster recovery needs assessment (PDNA) framework is intended to help coordinate recovery efforts across different sectors and with a risk reduction focus. In this background, the PDNA project was developed in 2005. It is led by the United Nations Development Programme in its capacity as the cluster lead for Early Recovery and as a part of th…