This case study highlights the achievements in disaster risk management in Nepal in the context of the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake.
This case study of Ipota village (on Errromango island in Vanuatu) illustrates the impact of a Disaster Risk Reduction project on the community’s practices before, during and after Cyclone Pam.
This study was conducted to evaluate the main causes and damages of flood (2010) in district Charsadda.
This case study looks at the gender dimensions of two projects supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Sri Lanka: the North East Coastal Community Development Project (NECCDP) and Component B of the Tsunami-Affected Areas Rebuilding Project.
This report focuses on the first five months after the Nepal Earthquakes of 2015 and reviews the current legal and institutional framework for disaster risk management in Nepal and highlights its gaps and limitations in the context of the recent disaster.
This case study was conducted in 2014 to document the lessons learned from the housing recovery operation carried out in the wake of Cyclone Sidr that hit Bangladesh in 2007.
This case study presents the recovery process in Yemen and the challenges that regional, national, and international recovery institutions face in a country with high levels of political, security, demographic, and socio-economic challenges.
This case study presents the highlights of the post-earthquake reconstruction process. It outlines the decision-making processes in recovery planning and extracts best practices and key lessons learned from the experience.
This case study documents ongoing recovery since the occurrence of Typhoon Yolanda in November 2013, which caused unprecedented damage to nine regions, including 591 municipalities and 56 cities spread across 44 provinces.
This Country Case Study focuses on the recovery and reconstruction experience of Lao PDR during recent disasters including typhoons Kestana (2009), Haima/Nok-Ten (2011) and the most recent 2013 flood events.