This is report of a field trip to New Zealand to study recovery and reconstruction after the 2010-11 earthquakes. The aim was to learn lessons about the process to help improve information for decision-making in other places.
This report presents the impact of natural disasters on trade, providing findings on the frequency, risk factors and trade effects of natural disasters and examining the experience of six disaster-affected WTO Members across three different regions.
This rapid gender analysis is designed to provide initial information about gender roles, responsibilities, capacities and vulnerabilities of women, men, girls and boys, SOGIE and other marginalised people prior to and after TC Gita.
This review report is aimed to determine gaps, overlaps and successes within the cluster approach and leverage opportunities from lessons learned to enhance Tonga’s ability to respond effectively and minimise impacts in future events.
This document aims to capture the impact and vulnerabilities of different groups and sectors, including agriculture and fisheries, tourism, housing and settlements, low-income and informal workers, women, and youth to natural hazards in Tonga.
This report presents the description of the Community Based Emergency Employment program (CBEE) including the monitoring of its progress, developed after Tropical Cyclone Gita hit and devastated Tonga in 2018.
This document is a selective and reflective documentation of the ILO’s work in the region, to illustrate the diversity, the ‘journey’, and some of the activities and achievements of ILO technical assistance in the Pacific over 45 years.
This document describes the terms and conditions of a project that will support the efforts of the Government of Tonga to reconstruct and climate and disaster-proof the Nuku’alofa electricity network damaged by Tropical Cyclone Gita in February 2018.