Gender

Making Aceh Safer Through Disaster Risk Reduction in Development (DRR-A)
The project “Making Aceh Safer Through Disaster Risk Reduction In Development (DRR-A)” is designed to make DRR a normal part of the development process established in core functions of Aceh’s local government and their public and private partners.
Gender equality Where do we stand
This publication is aimed to assess and evaluate progress toward gender equality in Tonga using the framework of the Revised National Policy on Gender and Development.
Tropical Cyclone Gita Kingdom of Tonga Rapid Gender Analysis: Sub-focus on Shelter and Food Security and Livelihoods
This rapid gender analysis is designed to provide initial information about gender roles, responsibilities, capacities and vulnerabilities of women, men, girls and boys, SOGIE and other marginalised people prior to and after TC Gita.
Economic Impacts of Natural Hazards on Vulnerable Populations in TONGA
This document aims to capture the impact and vulnerabilities of different groups and sectors, including agriculture and fisheries, tourism, housing and settlements, low-income and informal workers, women, and youth to natural hazards in Tonga.
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Sendai City
International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University
宮城県 Miyagi Prefectural Government
Sendai
WRC5 Knowledge Report
This knowledge report highlights the key lessons and recommendations emerging from the discussions during the 15 sessions of the 5th World Reconstruction Conference.
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United Nations Office for Sustainable Development
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
Asia-Europe Foundation
WRC5 Joint Communique
The Joint Communique sets out the agreements reached at the conclusion of the 5th Edition of the World Reconstruction Conference on 23-25 May 2022 in Bali, Indonesia.
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United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
New York
Cover of the issue: women raising their hands in a seminar setting
This issue highlights the interplay of risk, resilience and gender. It seeks to highlight the concept of ‘differentiated vulnerability’ to disasters and extreme events as experienced by women and girls as compared to boys and men.