This report aims to enhance coordination at the regional and national (international) level for achieving sustainable management of drought by considering the impact of drought on the livelihood of people, natural resources and ecosystem.
With the aim of continuing the momentum made by the ASEAN in over a decade on regional disaster management collaborations, the AADMER Work Programme 2021-2025 was developed based on the foundation laid out by the AADMER itself. It is guided by the vision set by the AADMER to “build a region of disaster-resilient nations, mutually assisting and complementing one another, sharing a common bond in minimising adverse effects of disasters in pursuit of safer communities and sustainable development”. For 2021-2025, the mission is to “enhance and support ASEAN’s disaster risk reduction and disaster management capabilities through inter-sectoral cooperation, capacity building, scalable innovation, resource mobilisation, new partnerships, and stronger coordination among ASEAN Member States”.
Between June 1 and August 19, 2018, the state of Kerala went through the worst ever floods in the state's history since 1924. One sixth of the population — about 5.4 million Keralites — were affected. Following the disaster, the Government of Kerala felt
The declaration was endorsed by Heads of Government, Ministers, and Heads of Delegation of countries in Asia and the Pacific, on 5 November 2016, as an outcome of the first Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR) following the
This Strategic Framework 2016–20 articulates the way forward in increasing knowledge, capacity building and advocacy, partnerships and investments, as part of a collective struggle toward disaster and climate resilient development in Africa. The Framework
This regional framework has been developed to provide an integrated approach to address climate and disaster risks. The framework recognises the clear overlaps between climate change adaptation and disaster risk management, and the similar tools and
An official document formally adopted by UN Member States as the outcome of the Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States, in which countries recognize the need to support and invest in these nations so they can achieve sustainable
The strategy aims at outlining a vision, strategic priorities and core areas of implementation for disaster risk reduction in the Arab region, as well as to enhancing institutional and coordination mechanisms, and monitoring arrangements to support the