Tool Kits

The aim of this guidance is to support the SFM Officers, strengthen the Sendai Framework Monitor (SFM) reporting through  the  promotion  of  good  practice  for  sex,  age,  and disability disaggregated data, and complement the SFM guidance.
Cover Tsunami School Checklist
The Guide provides step by step instructions for School Administrators to take prior to an emergency, during the evacuation and within the evacuation centre, with the view to prevent the spread of infectious diseases during a tsunami event.
MCR-Handbook for Local Leaders
This Handbook for Local Government Leaders provides mayors, governors, councillors and others with a generic framework for risk reduction and points to good practices and tools that are already being applied in different cities for that purpose.

The Scorecard provides a set of assessments that will allow local governments to monitor and review progress and challenges in the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction: 2015-2030, and assess their disaster resilience. It is

This report presents France’s disaster risks and natural hazards, such as flood, cyclone, avalanche, earthquake, landslide, volcano and wild fire, and discusses institutional and legal framework for disaster risk reduction (DRR).
This report presents the results of the survey on African national committees for the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction (IDNDR).

This document, prepared for the 8th meeting of the IDNDR Scientific and Technical Committee (STC), held in Paris in January 1997, presents IDNDR’s observations and lessons learned in disaster risk reduction (DRR) at international, regional, national

The Guidance Notes on Assessment and Mitigation Planning for Risk Reduction (AMPRR) present general steps for assessment of schools and hospitals within the view of mitigation planning. Schools refers to all educational institutions and hospitals refers

This guide aims to raise the awareness of primary stakeholders — children, teachers, parents, medical doctors, nurses, technicians, administrators, government and the public — on the urgency of making schools and hospitals safe from disasters, especially