PDNA-DRF Case Study El Salvador
This case study seeks to analyse and document the contributions of the PDNA and DRF to post-disaster recovery in El Salvador, including its ability to be adapted through the CRNA and other tools to the El Salvador context.
Rising to the Call: Good Practices in Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in the Philippines
This book provides reference documents of good practices and integration and the use of local knowledge and action to mitigate the impacts of disasters.
Community-driven disaster intervention Experiences of the Homeless People's Federation Philippines Incorporated
This paper describes the experiences of the Philippines Homeless People’s Federation in community-driven measures to avoid disasters, in disaster preparedness and in disaster response.
Haiti 2021 PDNA DRF Case Study
This case study documents the lessons learned and contributions of the post disaster needs assessment and disaster recovery framework toward implementing recovery from the August 2021 earthquake in Haiti's Southern Peninsula.
Malawi Floods and Rains Recovery Program: Floods and Rains
This case study is Catholic Relief Services' recovery program for Malawi floods and rains that occurred in 2015.
Compendium on Comprehensive Risk Management Approaches
This compendium contains a collection of good practices and lessons learned about comprehensive risk management approaches, taking into account the specific needs of developing countries particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change.
Case Studies on Institutional Arrangements for Recovery
These case studies describe institutional structures, legal frameworks, and management lessons gleaned from practical experience, providing recovery leaders with insights suited to their context, disaster scenarios, and institutional landscapes.
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This study aims to test a methodology for teaching people about the characteristics of each post-disaster phase concerning road infrastructure and business continuity.
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.
In this article, the researchers present the case study of the 2017 Mexican earthquakes and the post-disaster activities developed by an emergent group of social actors - reading mediators.