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The Pacific Disaster Center (PDC) worked in partnership with the Nepal Ministry of Home Affairs National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Agency (NDRRMA) to conduct a National Disaster Preparedness Baseline Assessment at the subnational level.
The NDPBA provides Nepal with the essential tools and data for disaster risk monitoring while aligning recommended actions with the United Nations Development Goals and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030.
This article reports on a decade of research undertaken by the author on the role of schools in disaster response and recovery across four different disaster types in five countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
This paper is analyzing factors that shape household recovery patterns can help identify vulnerabilities and adaptive capacities in addition to signaling potential future changes.
In this paper the authors use quantitative and qualitative data to investigate how traditional housing was transformed during the post-earthquake reconstruction of four historic neighborhoods in the Kathmandu Valley.
This study shifts attention beyond estimating building damage as the main source of information after an earthquake by introducing an approach to rapidly identify the obstacles that lead to the lack of household recovery progress. 
Herald 33
IRP Herald Volume 33 is the knowledge report for the International Recovery Forum 2022: Redesigning Systems for Resilience through Recovery: Assessing Progress and the Unfinished Agenda at the Midpoint of the Sendai Framework.
Cover of the case study: man steering ox cart
This case study describes the anticipatory action measures taken in the light of the 2021 Karnali floods in Nepal. It summarizes the Nepalese anticipatory action mechanism, and elaborates on the lessons learned from the recent floods.

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