Build Back Better

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Fragility and Conflict
Items: 63
Drought Angola PDNA 2016
2016
This PDNA examines the impact of the prolonged drought from 2012 to 2016 in Angola on the three southern provinces Cunene, Namibe and Huíla. Key lines of intervention for the recovery strategy, including a recovery strategy for each of the three provinces, are provided in the later sections of the PDNA.
Angola - government Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
2014 bosnia floods pdna
2014
The assessment provides an estimate of the related losses in the aftermath of the flooding in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including the loss of production, income, livelihood and employment. Guiding principles for disaster risk reduction and sustainable recovery, and a disaster risk management framework are included in this report.
Bosnia and Herzegovina - government Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
2010 uganda drought pdna
2012
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.
Uganda - government Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
Joint Recovery and Peacebuilding Assessments (RPBAs)
2017
The Recovery and Peacebuilding Assessment (RPBA) is a joint approach of the United Nations, the World Bank and the European Union to identify and address immediate and medium-term recovery and peacebuilding requirements while laying the foundations for the elaboration of a longer-term recovery and peacebuilding strategy in a country facing conflict or transitioning out of a conflict-related crisis.
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the European Union
2020

This Toolkit on Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Crisis and Recovery Settings provides guidance on how to enable the leadership of women and girls while making sure that their specific needs are met. It consists of seven thematic Guidance Notes

United Nations Development Programme
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
2016
This report is based on research into the gender dimensions of humanitarian interventions in post-conflict settings from a peacebuilding perspective, using the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal as a case study from which lessons can be drawn for other contexts. It identifies the risks posed by gender-blind humanitarian programming, the need to understand the multiple intersecting dimensions of vulnerability, as well as the key challenges in operationalising national and local gender and conflict-sensitive programming.
International Alert
2019
This guide explains how to conduct a PDNA in Conflict Situations, and complements existing guidelines developed by the tripartite partnership to support post-disaster needs assessments and recovery planning.
World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters European Union
2017

This report documents the humanitarian challenges encountered by internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Somalia, in the context of drought and ongoing conflict in the country. It outlines problems such as food insecurity and undernutrition, the lack of

Refugees International
2017
This document discusses how almost six years after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, despite the overall good recovery progress, some areas have lagged behind and 134,000 evacuees continue to live in displacement. Prolonged and protracted displacement has had profound and disproportionate impacts on the more vulnerable members of society, particularly older people. 
Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre