Early Warning

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International Recovery Platform
Kobe
This article commemorates the disaster by reflecting on what it has taught us over in regards to infrastructure resilience, risk identification and preparedness.

The report focuses on the South Japan flooding of July 2020, and tries to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected both the preparedness and the recovery. As highlighted in the World Economic Forum’s 2020 Global Risk Report, the world has been

In this brief, we examine the impact of the floods on some of the poorest people living in Mangochi and Nsanje; the extent of the damage caused to their households; and the warnings and type of assistance received. We also investigate differences in the impact of the floods on households enrolled on Concern’s Graduation programme.
Evaluated in the context of the priorities and global targets of the SFDRR, the article considers the case of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011 to illustrate advances and limitations in pre-disaster tsunami hazard engineering and post-disaster recovery.
The study focuses on why Cyclones Idai and Kenneth resulted in disasters in Malawi, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe, taking into account the specific country contexts. This report provides a review of the systems and actions that helped to reduce damages, while also delving into the factors that constrained people and systems’ resilience
This brief presents a series of resilience lessons from Cyclone Idai and Cyclone Kenneth based on key informant interviews and background research, and highlights opportunities strengthen Early Warning Systems in Mozambique.
This brief presents a series of resilience lessons from Cyclone Idai based on key informant interviews and background research, and highlights opportunities for strengthening early warning and climate information services in Malawi.