Nevado del Ruiz Volcanic Eruption
10 Dec 2021
The Nevado del Ruiz Volcanic Eruption, also known as the Armero Tragedy, is considered as Colombia’s worst natural hazard-induced disaster which produced the deadliest lahar ever recorded. After 69 years of dormancy, the stratovolcano in Tolima, Colombia erupted in 13 November 1985 melting the mountain’s glaciers and sending lahars down its slopes at 60 kilometers per hour.
St vincent and grenadines pdna cover
These documents present the background, context, effects, impact, recovery needs and recovery strategy of the devastation of the La Soufrière Volcanic Eruption on St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) within the context of a Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA).
Analysis of workload required for removal of drifting pumice after a volcanic disaster as an aspect of a port business continuity plan
This report discusses how for most major ports in Japan, a business continuity plan (Port-BCP) has been developed to cope with potential functional disorder in port operations caused by natural disasters.
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center
This document is designed to highlight the response and recovery activity in the immediate (September-November 2018), intermediate (December 2018-May 2019) and long-term (July 2019/202) with respect to the current Ambae Manaro volcano operation. This plan covers emergency response and recovery activities, including mass evacuation, across a range of sectors such as health, WASH, education and gender. It outlines the priorities and gaps, as well as financial requirements. In order for relocated communities to rebuild a sustainable future, this plan describes the economic and social effects of evacuation.
Aktion Deutschland Hilft
Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Deutschland e.V.

This study finds that frequency of previous disasters and emergency period plays a huge role in disaster management, especially in government commitment, and risk management in general. Disasters with shorter emergency period tend to be better at task

This publication compiles a series of impact stories and best practices on livelihoods recovery, skills development and business development in the midst of continuous eruption of Mt. Sinabung in Karo District, North Sumatra, Indonesia, since 2010. 


In the framework of the European Union–funded Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy (MECLEP) project, this report analyses the case of Manam islanders in Papua New Guinea. Approximately 9,000 people were evacuated to the north