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IRP provides recovery guidance and comprehensive library of recovery resources to support the practice of disaster recovery and building back better.
Guidance for Disaster Recovery
Items: 34
2020
The CURE Framework draws from existing frameworks and tools for reconstruction and recovery in urban settings. The Technical Note on Overall Operational Guidance provides further elaboration on the guidance and tools introduced in chapter three of the CURE position paper, ‘Implementing the CURE Framework.’ The Technical Note on Peacebuilding and Recovery adapts the CURE Framework for implementation in fragile and conflict areas, and the Technical Note on Disaster Risk Management reviews the role of culture, cultural heritage, and the CURE principles in the context of the disaster risk management (DRM) discipline. The technical notes are meant to be used concomitantly by practitioners working in post-crisis settings.
World Bank, the
2020
The CURE Framework draws from existing frameworks and tools for reconstruction and recovery in urban settings. It seeks to knit together people-centered and place-based approaches to produce integrated policies that share a common cultural thread. The Technical Note on Overall Operational Guidance provides further elaboration on the guidance and tools introduced in chapter three of the CURE position paper, ‘Implementing the CURE Framework.’
World Bank, the
2020
In 2018, the World Bank and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) jointly issued a position paper on Culture in City Reconstruction and Recovery (CURE), reflecting the shared commitment of these two organizations to place culture at the forefront of the reconstruction and recovery of cities in post-conflict, post-disaster, and urban distress situations. The paper presented a new approach, the CURE Framework, intended to help practitioners integrate culture and cultural heritage into post-crisis recovery processes.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
2020
The main purpose is to guide Governments, United Nations agencies, International NGO's, the Private Sector and other stakeholders on how to engage communities in every step of the recovery process.
United Nations Development Programme
2019
This document draws on this experience and is aimed at decision makers across four main stakeholder groups to increase the level of knowledge about technical assistance and operationalise its implementation. The guidelines seek to ensure that the reconstruction of housing in disaster-affected communities results in sustainably safer housing.
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - Headquarters AXA Group
2019
This note provides practical guidance to national governments about key priorities for the education sector following a major disaster or crisis.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
2018
This paper serves as a guide for development practitioners, particularly the World Bank and UNESCO teams operating on the ground, as well as national and local authorities, planners, and international organizations to integrate culture, both as an asset and as a tool, in all phases of city reconstruction and recovery.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Headquarters World Bank, the
2018
This guidance note is intended to provide action-oriented guidance to government officials facing post-disaster recovery challenges related to the transport sector.
World Bank, the International Recovery Platform Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
2018
This Guidance Note aims to provide action-oriented guidance to local and national government officials and key decision makers who face post-disaster challenges and to assist them in incorporating gender-responsive recovery and reconstruction efforts across all sectors through robust gender assessments that lead to concrete needs identification and gender-specific recovery strategies and frameworks.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
2017
The materials contained in this supplementary document complement those found in the existing IRP Guidance Note on Recovery – Health. The discussions and case studies contained herein portray an expanded and oftentimes fresh perspective on many of the issues found in the original guidance note on several new and emerging issues for which there exist best practices and lessons learned
International Recovery Platform
Items: 43
2017
This Guidance Note (the Note) for Post-Disaster Health Sector Recovery is intended to provide action-oriented guidance to local and central government health sector officials who face post-disaster challenges related to health sector recovery.
Pan American Health Organization International Recovery Platform Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the World Health Organisation Regional Office for the Americas
2020
This Guidance Note aims to provide action-oriented guidance to local and national government officials, key decision-makers and other stakeholders on ways to encourage, enable and facilitate successful private sector participation in post-disaster recovery.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
2020
This note highlights the critical contribution that social protection can make to a broader disaster recovery effort by providing assistance directly to disaster-affected households. It is intended primarily for those government officials involved in organizing the post-disaster response and recovery effort who may not be familiar with social protection or the contribution it can make as part of their response and recovery plans.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
Disability-inclusive Disaster Recovery
2020
This Guidance Note provides action-oriented guidance for government officials and decision-makers with responsibility for post-disaster recovery and reconstruction. The guidance will enable the development of disability-inclusive planning and programming across sectors and government.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
2020
The CURE Framework draws from existing frameworks and tools for reconstruction and recovery in urban settings. It seeks to knit together people-centered and place-based approaches to produce integrated policies that share a common cultural thread. This technical note provides background information, checklists, and entry points based on the relevant CURE guiding principles, of which the framework provides seven principles that are applied through the implementation of four phases.
World Bank, the
2020
The CURE Framework draws from existing frameworks and tools for reconstruction and recovery in urban settings. The Technical Note on Overall Operational Guidance provides further elaboration on the guidance and tools introduced in chapter three of the CURE position paper, ‘Implementing the CURE Framework.’ The Technical Note on Peacebuilding and Recovery adapts the CURE Framework for implementation in fragile and conflict areas, and the Technical Note on Disaster Risk Management reviews the role of culture, cultural heritage, and the CURE principles in the context of the disaster risk management (DRM) discipline. The technical notes are meant to be used concomitantly by practitioners working in post-crisis settings.
World Bank, the
2020
The CURE Framework draws from existing frameworks and tools for reconstruction and recovery in urban settings. It seeks to knit together people-centered and place-based approaches to produce integrated policies that share a common cultural thread. The Technical Note on Overall Operational Guidance provides further elaboration on the guidance and tools introduced in chapter three of the CURE position paper, ‘Implementing the CURE Framework.’
World Bank, the
2020
In 2018, the World Bank and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) jointly issued a position paper on Culture in City Reconstruction and Recovery (CURE), reflecting the shared commitment of these two organizations to place culture at the forefront of the reconstruction and recovery of cities in post-conflict, post-disaster, and urban distress situations. The paper presented a new approach, the CURE Framework, intended to help practitioners integrate culture and cultural heritage into post-crisis recovery processes.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
2020
The main purpose is to guide Governments, United Nations agencies, International NGO's, the Private Sector and other stakeholders on how to engage communities in every step of the recovery process.
United Nations Development Programme
2019
Hawaii’s communities are highly vulnerable to extreme natural disaster events. Disaster recovery preparedness activities set the stage for recovery from a disaster event informed by and contributing to a county’s planning and implementation framework.
University of Hawai'i Tetra Tech ARD State of Hawaii, the