This assessment was carried out with a view to providing a measured basis for the development of informed recovery and rehabilitation strategies for the province of Nanngroe Aceh Darussalam focusing on two central themes: settlement and livelihood.
This report provides a summary of damage of the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami in Indonesia at the Kabupaten (district) and Kecamatan (subdistrict) levels. The damage assessment activity focused only on survey/data collection and reporting.
This document uses the post-disaster data collected by the Statistical Department of Tonga to describe the characteristics of the affected population, nature and spatial concentration of the damage by the Cyclone Gita, and the aid required and received.
This 2016 Haiti post-disaster needs assessment reports on the damage caused by the cyclone Mathieu and incurred needs and costs and presents the recommended recovery strategy for an adequate response to the post-disaster situation.
The assessment covers the damage and losses caused by the 2011 Typhoon Haima in key sectors -including agriculture, housing, transport, education, health as well as industry, commerce, tourism, trade and environment to inform the recovery efforts.
The objective of this assessment is to determine the risk factors, damage and activities to contribute to the rehabilitation, reconstruction and safeguards of infrastructure following the floods of February 9-10, 2014 in Burundi.
The objective of the assessment was to highlight on the one hand the damage and losses caused by the drought in Djibouti but also and above all to identify the needs to deal with the consequences and find an environment close to the condition before 2008.