This document presents the recovery case study of Mozambique after the three biggest floods recorded in the country: the first in 2000/2001, the second flooded Central Mozambique in 2007/2008, and most recently the 2013 floods.
This document presents the recovery case study of Haiti after 2010 earthquake. It focuses on the policies and practices of recovery from that time until the present. This document summarizes the key findings from the case study.
This guide aims to help governments and partners plan for resilient post disaster recovery while contributing to longer-term sustainable development. It is based on practices gleaned from country experiences in disaster recovery around the world.
This study investigates the impact of forced relocation on the livelihoods of residents who lived in the city of Galle, Sri Lanka, prior to the 2004 tsunami, who were forcibly relocated into new settlements because of the “buffer zone regulation”.
The aim of this project is to infer elements of a strategic framework for health system strengthening in crisis-affected fragile states, focusing on the optimal use of contributions from global actors.
The aim of this project is to infer elements of a strategic framework for health system strengthening in crisis-affected fragile states, focusing on the optimal use of contributions from global actors.
This case study reflected on the situation of elderly victims and survivors of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake through the perspective of the disaster cycle.
This case study presents the Canadian Red Cross's housing reconstruction activities in Honduras and Nicaragua after 1998 hurricane Mitch.