Build Back Better

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Disaster Recovery Frameworks
Women involved in community meeting to discuss village reconstruction

Disaster recovery frameworks enable countries to drive a process forward that unites all government, private sector, donors, development partners, and community efforts with a focus on building back stronger, faster and more inclusively over the short, medium to long term timeframes of recovery. The DRF helps in articulating a vision for recovery; defining a strategy; prioritizing actions; fine-tuning planning; and providing guidance on financing, implementing, and monitoring the recovery. Depending on the scale of recovery required, the framework should be developed within a month or max 45 days after a disaster, or ideally before a disaster occurs.

Expected outcomes of implementing recovery frameworks are:

  1. Informed institutional and policy-setting for recovery.
  2. Prioritization and programming based on an inclusive, transparent process that ensures participation of all stakeholders and uses national and international good practices.
  3. Effective coordination among all parties during the recovery and reconstruction processes.
  4. Comprehensive framework for recovery financing.
  5. Improved implementation and monitoring and evaluation systems for recovery programs.
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2005
This document provides three sections in response to the earthquake that struck Pakistan and India in October 2005. The first section covers an overview of the disaster and its impact, including an overview of the government, army and civil society response in addition to the organization of the international response and main actions taken, the second addresses the early recovery framework comprised of the early recovery needs assessment and guiding principles for recovery. The third discusses implementation arrangements and monitoring. Lastly, the document covers implementation arrangements and monitoring efforts.
Pakistan - government United Nations Resident Coordinator - Pakistan
2005
The overall objective of the Recovery Framework of the UN System in support of Government of India for a post-tsunami rehabilitation and reconstruction programme is to define the approach of the United Nations in facilitating the rapid recovery of the affected populations. This approach is designed to lead to both recovery and the expansion of opportunities for sustainable development, and the reduction of future disaster risks.
United Nations - Headquarters
2005
This report is a master plan for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of Aceh and Nias, North Sumatra for the devastating earthquake and Tsunami in 2004 to be used as a foundation for Regional Governments concerned and the Implementing Agency for the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of the Region and People of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province and Nias Islands, North Sumatra Province, in preparing the action plan and the implementation.
Indonesia - government
ERRA’s health policy delineates guiding principles, guidelines and strategy for reconstruction in the earthquake-affected districts. The health component of Government’s ‘Build Back Better’ policy is based on the Humanitarian charter for minimum standards for health care, including the right to ‘health for all’ and respect of the dignity of the population affected by the disaster.
Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority