This report focuses on an assessment of damage and medium- to long-term reconstruction costs. It suggests governance and institutional arrangements for implementing the reconstruction program along with an overview of cross-cutting approaches that should be taken into consideration, including social and environmental aspects, and disaster risk management and climate change considerations.
This document presents key findings from consultations with the children and youth undertook to hear their ideas and priorities for the country’s reconstruction as they are among the most vulnerable groups affected by the disaster, and as many of them have already mobilized to support their communities in the response and taken on strong leadership roles.
The report is a preliminary assessment of damages and needs resulting from the earthquake that struck the state of Gujarat, India, in 2001, which also tries to outline a strategy for implementing a recovery program.
This document outlines the likely impact of the 1999 Marmara earthquake on the economy and the cost of reconstruction and recovery. It also highlights the key issues that need to be addressed to reduce the costs of future natural disasters in the country.
This assessment estimates the damage and reconstruction costs of the October 8, 2005 earthquake that struck areas of the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) in Pakistan.
This assessment analyses the direct and indirect effects of Hurricane Emily on the economy. It projects the impacts on overall macro economic performance and identifies recommendations to guide continued rehabilitation and recovery.
This study assesses the macro-economic and social effects of Hurricane Ivan on the performance of the Grenadian economy. The report undertakes a sector by sector analysis of the impact of Hurricane Ivan; an assessment of overall damages is then computed.