Aceh Nias Settlement & Housing Recovery , Review
This document provides a comprehensive review of the settlement and housing recovery process in Aceh and Nias after the 2004 tsunami and earthquake
Urban Regeneration as a tool for Inclusive and Sustainable Recovery
This is the Final Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Urban Regeneration as a tool for Inclusive and Sustainable Recovery, held on December 2021 (Bilbao, Spain), organized by UN-Habitat with the support of the Government of the Basque Country (Spain).
COVID-19 Recovery Framework for Africa
The "COVID-19 Recovery Framework for Africa," offers a strategy for the continent's resilient socio-economic recovery from the pandemic, focusing on health, economic challenges, human development, and inclusivity.
Disaster Recovery: Challenges and Lessons
This publication offers reflections on post-disaster recovery, focusing on UNDP's role supporting recovery and building back better to enhance resilience against future disasters.
A Review of Resourcing Approaches in Post Disaster Housing Reconstruction
This paper systematically reviews 94 articles from 2003 to 2019 on post-disaster housing reconstruction. It highlights the success factors for effective PDHR, offering guidance for practitioners.
Cyclone resistant housing in Fiji: The forgotten features of traditional housing
This study investigate cyclone-resistant features of traditional houses in Navala Village, which withstood 2016 Cyclone Winston. It shows the resilience benefits of traditional methods, materials and designs, suggesting adoption into current practices.
Managing post-disaster debris:  the Japan experience
This report outlines Japan's approaches to the challenges of disaster debris management following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. It offers insights and lessons on environmental sustainability and international cooperation in post-disaster recovery.
Targeting Vulnerable People with a Social Safety Net: Lessons from the CFW Program for the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster
The Emergency Job Creation (EJC) program in which unemployed people are hired for recovery works funded by the government was introduced after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster. This paper evaluates how the EJC program targeted those most in need.
Guide To Housing Standards for The Bahamas: Build Back Better
This paper provides essential information on construction methods and details that will help ensure resilience against future hurricanes and storm surges.
Our Stories: Beyond the Disaster 2021
This report presents community stories highlighting the mental health and wellbeing experiences of individuals affected by disasters, offering valuable insights and recommendations for supporting disaster-affected people.

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