Build Back Better

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Social Protection
Items: 10
Sri Lanka 2016 PDNA
2016
This PDNA covers the damage and losses across various sectors following heavy rainfall and flooding in Vietnam in 2016. A recovery strategy proposing a long-term plan to strengthen the country’s preparedness for future disasters.
Sri Lanka - government Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
2016
This PDNA provides an analysis of the physical, socio-economic, and human impacts of the 2015-2016 drought in Malawi. The PDNA also analyzes the challenges faced and lessons learnt from the ongoing drought response and provides a section of recommendations for improved future drought resilience.
Malawi - government Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
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
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
Typhoon Yolanda PDNA
2013
This PDNA aims to assess the damage, losses, and needs for recovery in key social, infrastructure, and productive sectors as a result of typhoon Yolanda. A recovery strategy to be implemented in the short-term and long-term is also included.
Philippines - government
2011
This report outlines the damage and loss estimates, social and economic impacts, and proposed strategies for resilient recovery and reconstruction planning in the aftermath of the 2011 Thailand Floods.
Thailand - government Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the United Nations - Headquarters
2020
This publication offers a set of guiding, action-oriented principles and practical cases to support recovering communities as they plan and implement recovery. The principles focus on key cross-cutting issues for recovery such as building back better and greener, inclusive and people-centred recovery, and preserving development gains, among others. It offers a roadmap of options to guide recovery efforts, based on applied disaster recovery experience, and established methods and evidence.
International Recovery Platform
2017
This chapter provides general guidance on conducting post-disaster needs assessment (PDNA) and recovery planning for Employment, Livelihoods and Social Protection (ELSP).
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the European Union
2021
This guide is meant to be used after undertaking a Post-disaster needs assessment (PDNA) exercise. It aligns with the PDNA Guidelines for the estimated effects and impacts of a disaster on the cross-cutting ELSP sector, factoring in the assessed damage and loss to infrastructure, productive and social sectors.
International Labour Organization United Nations Development Programme
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