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Third Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment (RDNA3) February 2022 – December 2023
This RDNA3 takes stock of almost two years of the ongoing war, estimating damage and losses along with recovery and reconstruction needs for 10 years.
The Role of Nonprofit Organizations in Community Recovery After Nondeclared Disasters
This publication analyzes the role of nonprofit organizations in disaster recovery efforts in the U.S. in scenarios lacking federal disaster declarations.
Nigeria Flood Impact, Recovery and Mitigation Assessment Report 2022-2023
This report provides an impact assessment of the 2022 floods in Nigeria, highlighting key findings on their impact, recovery and coping mechanisms and offers an evidence-based strategy for future flood risk mitigation and adaptation.
Navigating Resilient Post-Disaster Recovery in Asia and the Pacific
This document explores the complex process of post-disaster reconstruction, drawing from various expert analyses and real-world case studies to offer actionable insights for policy makers, practitioners, and academics.
Tourism Sector Disaster Recovery Framework Guide
The Tourism Sector Disaster Recovery Framework (DRF) Guide assists governments, the private sector, intergovernmental organizations and implementing partners to develop a sectoral DRF, comprising effective and efficient recovery programs for the sector.
Health Sector DRF Guide
The Disaster Recovery Framework (DRF) Guide for the Health Sector provides guidance on how to implement a comprehensive, integrated, and structured approach to disaster recovery
Private Sector Opportunities  for a Green and Resilient  Reconstruction in Ukraine
This report assesses the potential for private sector investment in Ukraine toward green and resilient reconstruction.
Shifting power through participation in post-disaster recovery: A scoping review
This scoping review examines the intersection of power and participation in post-disaster recovery.

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