Build Back Better

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Small Islands Developing States
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IRP Herald Volume 34
IRP Herald Volume 34 is the knowledge report for the IRP-supported technical sessions at the World Reconstruction Conference 5.
International Recovery Platform
Global Rapid Post-Disaster Damage Estimation (GRADE) for Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai Volcanic Eruption
This is the Global Rapid Post-Disaster Damage Estimation report on the January 15 eruption, providing estimated costs of the physical damages caused by the volcanic eruption and tsunami.
Tonga - government World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
An Overview of Climate and Disaster Risk Financing Options for Pacific Island Countries
This report summarises the types of financial instruments as well as specific products and arrangements that are available to support climate and disaster risk management objectives in Pacific island countries (PICs).
Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat
Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030


This report presents the progress made towards the goal, global targets and priorities for action of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030.
United Nations - Headquarters

This desk review recognizes the importance of evidence-based approaches to disaster risk management (DRM), and aims at evaluating gender-responsive disaster preparedness and recovery efforts in the nine CFR Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Belize

World Bank, the

This rapid assessment of Sint Maarten's (SXM) housing sector was undertaken after Hurricane Irma struck Sint Maarten in September 2017. The report facilitates a dialogue with the Sint Maarten government regarding housing development, reconstruction

World Bank, the

The Country Preparedness Package is a joint initiative of the Government of Tuvalu and the Pacific Humanitarian. The document is intended to strengthen preparedness and collaboration between national and international actors in disaster response. It is

Tuvalu - government United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs - Regional Office for the Pacific

COVID19 has placed an unprecedented burden on the health, social and economic systems of Pacific Island Countries (PICs). As governments address immediate public health responses and national prevention measures, they also need to ensure the protection of

Australian Agency for International Development ActionAid - Australia
Vanuatu Recovery Strategy 2020-2023 TC Harold and COVID-19
The aim of the Vanuatu Recovery Strategy is to support communities impacted by TC Harold and COVID-19, by providing a framework to recover, rebuild and emerge stronger and more resilient.
Vanuatu - government

Sustainable post-disaster recovery implies learning from past experience in order to prevent recreating forms of vulnerability. Memory construction supports both the healing process and redevelopment plans. Hence, memory of disaster results from the

International Journal of Disaster Risk Science