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This report explores the current situation of internally displaced people (IDPs) three years after the last drought in 2017, looking at the same locations as the research carried out in 2019. It examines local integration efforts carried out through

The publication on good practices and lessons learned are a collection of experiences gained from the participatory process and achievements from the ARISE project. The integrated provision of emergency supplies, capacity building, and process

The work of Partners for Resilience (PfR) centres on making people, communities and systems better prepared to withstand catastrophic events, and enabling them to bounce back more quickly and emerge stronger from shocks and stresses. PfR promotes four

This book provides an overview of the progress made in disaster risk management (DRM) in the ten years to 2017, highlighting the achievements of particular countries such as Indonesia, Turkey, India, Bangladesh, Mexico, Nepal and Ethiopia. Each chapter

This IDS Bulletin examines the link between short-term crises – and the humanitarian responses that follow – and adaptation to climate change. It represents a call for increasing engagement between humanitarian aid and climate change adaptation

This report presents a system-level mapping and analysis of the performance of international humanitarian assistance. Section 4.3.2 focuses on preparedness, disaster risk reduction and the rise of resilience. This section highlights positives and

This publication is a collection of contributions from presentations given at the International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC Davos 2008 aimed at underlining the importance of strong links between the risk management community and the public and

This report is a compilation of case studies and grapples with the crucial question of merging disaster management education into the broader agenda of education for sustainable development.

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