Community-based DRR

Community Based Emergency Employment (CBEE) Report
This report presents the description of the Community Based Emergency Employment program (CBEE) including the monitoring of its progress, developed after Tropical Cyclone Gita hit and devastated Tonga in 2018.
Rising to the Call: Good Practices in Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in the Philippines
This book provides reference documents of good practices and integration and the use of local knowledge and action to mitigate the impacts of disasters.
Community-driven disaster intervention Experiences of the Homeless People's Federation Philippines Incorporated
This paper describes the experiences of the Philippines Homeless People’s Federation in community-driven measures to avoid disasters, in disaster preparedness and in disaster response.
2019-20 Black Summer Bushfires Recovery
This infographic shows the impacts of the 2019-20 Bushfires and the Australian Government's efforts to support the recovery.
ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE ON THE FRONTLINES AND FAULTLINES IN THE BLACK SUMMER BUSHFIRES
This paper presents the experiences of Aboriginal peoples and the response of their communities and organisation to the 2019-2020 bushfires in Australia, captured through various media articles, reports, submissions and testimony.
Behavioural responses to multiple crises: Summary report
This paper provides a summary of three separate papers looking at the impact and responses to the 2020 Black Summer Bushfire crisis, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic that followed.
Australian Wildlife and Nature Recovery Fund: Respond, Restore, and Build a Resilient Future
This document provides the overview of the World Wildlife Fund Australian Wildlife and Nature Recovery Fund's response and recovery efforts for the 2019-2020 Bushfires in Australia.
2019-20 South Australian Bushfire Recovery Interim Report
This Report tells the story of the Yorketown, Cudlee Creek, Kangaroo Island and other fires in 2019-2020 and the achievements of the early recovery phase across the four domains of recovery: social, economic, built environment and the natural environment.
Journey to recovery
Journey to recovery describes the collaborative approach being taken across Australia to recover from the devastating 2019–20 Black Summer bushfires.