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United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Evaluation rapide conjointe suite à la catastrophe des 9-10 février 2014 aux alentours de Bujumbura
The objective of this assessment is to determine the risk factors, damage and activities to contribute to the rehabilitation, reconstruction and safeguards of infrastructure following the floods of February 9-10, 2014 in Burundi.
2014 bosnia floods pdna
The assessment provides estimates of losses in the aftermath of flooding in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including the loss of production, income, livelihood and employment. It includes guiding principles for disaster risk reduction and sustainable recovery.
Cyclone Evan 2012 Samoa PDNA
This post-disaster needs assessment report on Cyclone Evan was prepared in 2013 by the Government of Samoa in collaboration with international partners.
St Vincent and the Grenadines
This report provides a rapid damage and loss assessment of the sectors affected by the intense flooding in December 2013– with a particular focus on infrastructure damage in order to inform the Government’s recovery, reconstruction and financial planning.
saint lucia pdna
This analysis provides an initial foundation for identifying and developing post-disaster recovery and reconstruction activities for Saint Lucia.
2012 Malawi Floods PDNA
This assessment provides the recovery needs in the various sectors affected by the floods in Nsanje, Malawi. It provides recommended actions to improve the PDNA process in Malawi, and the guiding principles for the recovery framework.
2010 uganda drought pdna
This assessment covers the losses and damage caused by the rainfall deficits, the priority and needs for recovery and reconstruction, and the proposed steps necessary for disaster risk management.
2011 lesotho pdna
This PDNA examines the social and economic damage caused by a series of extreme weather events between December 2010 and February 2011 in Lesotho. A disaster recovery framework with guiding principles for reconstruction and DRR programs is included.
2011 lao pdr pdna
This report covers the damage and losses in key sectors following Typhoon Haima in Lao People’s Democratic Republic. The report also provides a strategic framework for Disaster Risk Management and recovery.
Floods 2010 Benin Post-Disaster Needs Assessment
This assessment is aimed to identify the structural causes of the floods and develop medium and long term effective flood-reduction strategies, focusing mainly on the areas of agriculture, food security, nonagricultural livelihoods, and urban environment.


Tropical Cyclone (TC) Gita passed over the Tongatapu and ‘Eua island groups around 11 pm on Monday February 12, 2018. This post-disaster rapid assessment summarizes damages and losses to several different sectors, human and social impacts, and recovery and reconstruction needs,
This report provides a detailed breakdown of the key affected sectors and the extent of damage sustained in the aftermath of Typhoon Damrey. It identifies the reconstruction and recovery needs, and recommends a clear recovery strategy. In view of the strong commitment by Khanh Hoa to engage in the disaster risk management program, this report is highly relevant in integrating disaster resilience into all development initiatives in order to minimize future climate risks in the province.
This PDNA report describes the losses and damage sustained from three disaster events: Tropical Storm Son-Tinh, followed by flash flooding, and Tropical Storm Bebinca. It provides baseline data for recovery planning and monitoring progress.
Preliminary Damage Assessment Report  American Samoa – Tropical Storm Gita
This document is a summary of the Preliminary Damage Assessments (PDAs) conducted to estimate damages of Tropical Storm Gita in American Samoa.
This drought impact and needs assessment (DINA) was conducted using remote sensing technology to validate findings. This DINA goes beyond determining the damages, losses and resulting needs; it aims for a multi-sectoral, phased recovery strategy focused on strengthening resilience to future disasters and effectively preventing the cyclical risk of famine.
The Somalia Drought Impact and Needs Assessment (DINA), a process led by the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) in partnership with the Federal Member States (FMS), the World Bank (WB), United Nations (UN) and European Union (EU), aims to reduce the country’s vulnerability to climate shocks, strengthen resilience and significantly reduce the future risk of famine in Somalia. Volume II of the DINA presents in depth the data collected and analyzed for each of the 18 sectors and cross-cutting themes.
The Somalia Drought Impact and Needs Assessment (DINA), a process led by the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) and Federal Member States (FMS), with technical and financial support by the World Bank (WB), United Nations (UN) and European Union (EU), aims to reduce the country’s vulnerability to climate shocks, strengthen resilience and significantly reduce the future risk of famine in Somalia. Volume III of the DINA presents a breakdown of overall damages, losses and recovery needs by FMS and BRA, as well as sector-specific disaggregation of data. The FMS-level annexes serve an important purpose in capturing state-level needs, which will in turn inform the development of the Recovery and Resilience Framework (RRF) to operationalize the findings of the DINA. The state-level findings have been validated by the FMS/BRA through a process of engagement and consensus-building.
Hurricane Irma and Maria Barbuda and Antigua PDNA
The PDNA report covers the damage, losses, and recovery needs following hurricanes Irma and Maria, which impacted Barbuda and Antigua in 2017. A recovery strategy and summary of identified priority actions for recovery is included in the report.
This report assesses the scale of damage of the 2016 floods in Vietnam and lays the groundwork for effective recovery and reconstruction efforts in the five priority provinces of Ha Tinh, Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh, Phu Yen and Ninh Thuan.
This report of a Post-Incident Assessment conducted by KPMG LLP for the Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA), provides a review of the Government of Alberta’s support to stakeholders, emergency social services, and community evacuations during the May 2016 Wood Buffalo Wildfire (also known as the Horse River Wildfire) and its aftermath. 

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