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Implementation guide on construction policy and practice

This guide will elaborate on mainstreaming disaster risk reduction into construction policies, practices, education and capacity building. More specifically, it will provide guidance on sharing knowledge for recovery, capturing labour market requirements for resilience, identifying stakeholder requirements and policies for the facilitation and regulation of practices.

Contact: Jerry Velasquez (velasquezg@un.org) and Dilanthi Amaratunga (d.amaratunga@hud.ac.uk)

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    Concept note

    When elements of the built environment are damaged or destroyed, the ability of society to function – economically and socially – is severely disrupted, reflecting the critical role of property and construction. The protective characteristics of the built environment offer an important means by which humanity can reduce the risk posed by hazards, thereby preventing a disaster.

    View concept note and contact details [PDF]

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Country/Organization Goal Scope Title
Turkey Goal 3 - Strengthening resilience Global Safe schools leaders called for worldwide initiative for safe schools by Turkey
The International Association for Wind Engineering Goal 2 - Risk reduction Global Best solution for structutal and environmental wind-related issues
CENTER FOR URBAN DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND RESILIENCE Goal 2 - Risk reduction Global Undertake research and practices and form partnerships that will advance risk reduction and resilience building in urban areas

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