The report takes into consideration the proceedings of the workshop about the Bam earthquake held in Kerman, Islamic republic of Iran, in April 2004. It specially focuses on national and international response, national set up for disaster response
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs - Headquarters
As the result of the earthquake the lifelines in Bam, including public health services, totally broke down in the first 24-48 hrs. The Iranian authorities responded swiftly and the very acute phase of the response has ended. The urgent needs for health sector is being incorporated in the overall flash appeal launched on 8th January 2004 by OCHA. The present framework has been developed with the aim of in depth assessment of needs for medium-term rehabilitation of health as an integral component of the overall reconstruction.
This book, consisting of two parts, the theory of Total Disaster Risk Management (TDRM) and good practices for disaster risk management, was compiled for the purpose of promoting TDRM as a comprehensive approach to disaster risk reduction worldwide.
This study provides an overview on disasters and conflicts in 57 Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member countries during the last four decades, including a review of disaster risk reduction strategies from The Yokohama Strategy to the Hyogo
Islamic Development Bank
Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries
This report presents a consolidated view of damage, loss and recovery needs estimates from the 2019 floods in Iran, based on data received from various line departments and the expertise of a multi institutional and interdisciplinary assessment team.
Iran, Islamic Republic of - government
United Nations in Iran
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters