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The study highlights learnings from past disasters and features 10 lessons and good practices from Asia-Pacific. The study also provides a few Recommendations for covid-19 socio-economic recovery.
This paper examines the economic dimensions of building back better (BBB) after disaster events and proposes four criteria for effectiveness: safety, speed, inclusiveness, and long-term economic potential.

Disasters have tragic consequences, and people with the least resources at hand to rebuild their lives are often the worst affected. The traditional response to disasters is to provide immediate relief, without considering how the process of rebuilding

Addressing the Gender Inequality of Risk and promoting Community Resilience to Natural Hazards in a Changing Climate is one of UN Women’s Flagship Programming Initiatives designed to ensure the effective integration of gender in the implementation of the

This document is aimed to consolidate knowledge related to risk monitoring and disaster management within the ASEAN region, and seeks to provide a space for the sharing of best practices and latest research and analysis.
This document reviews existing and emerging recovery needs assessment methodologies and tools at the international and local levels, which includes methodologies used by different stakeholders, especially during recent disasters in Asia and Latin America.

This paper provides an analysis of economic resilience at the national level, presenting a broad picture of changes in resilience to climate extremes over a 42 year period. It focuses on 12 countries in the Sahel, East Africa and Asia that are part of the

This document presents the main outcomes, shared lessons and proceedings from the forum on post-disaster recovery organized by ADB in Manila on 20–21 October 2015. This forum provided a venue to share common challenges and possible solutions on planning and managing recovery programs based on lessons and good practices.

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