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Minimum standards for local climate-smart disaster risk reduction: informing the development of the post-2015 HFA

Source(s):  Red Cross / Red Crescent Climate Centre

This paper presents the Minimum Standards for local climate-smart disaster risk reduction and details how they can help trigger action on climate change under the post-2015 HFA framework.

The first section provides an overview of the Minimum Standards and their relevance for guiding climate-smart action at the community level and at the civil society organisation (CSO) level.

The second section presents experience of community level application of the Minimum Standards in the Philippines, Indonesia, and India in the context of the Partners for Resilience Program.

To illustrate how the Minimum Standards have been used to strengthen CSO’s capacity to become climate-smart, the third section details the experience of the Vanuatu Red Cross and suggests for this approach to be replicated by other CSOs.

In addition, the process by which Australian Red Cross has expanded the Minimum Standards to include gender dimensions of DRR is presented in a final case study.

The paper concludes with a discussion of the way forward for maximizing the opportunities to use the Minimum Standards to inform the development of the post 2015 HFA.



 
 
  • Minimum standards for local climate-smart disaster risk reduction: informing the development of the post-2015 HFA
  • Publication date 2014
  • Author(s) Bachofen, Carina; Dulce, Celso B. Jr; Falk, Knud; Kaushik, Munish; Lagdameo, Donna; McNaught, Rebecca; Monasso, Fleur; Prag, Anat; van Aalst, Maarten; Widyasari, Vincentia
  • Number of pages 15 p.

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