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Trainings related to disaster risk reduction, disaster risk communication, sustainability, resilience, recovery and beyond

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The world is urbanizing fast. In less than a century more than 1 billion people have been urbanized. That translates into the fact that more than half of the world’s population is already living in cities. Experts forecast that very soon Africa will
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Discover how Pacific Island countries are increasing financial preparedness for disasters. The Disaster Risk Finance in the Pacific e-learning will boost understanding of disaster risk finance instruments and how they help countries prepare for disasters
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The Designing Index Based Weather Risk Management Programs course aims to provide students with the technical skills needed for designing and implementing index-based weather risk management programs for agricultural clients. The course provides a step-by
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Water is the source of all life. Without it, neither humans nor nature will survive. Yet lack of access to water is a rapidly growing problem and one of the world’s gravest risks. The water we have at our disposal is often too little, too much or too
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In this collaborative board game the players look for possible ways to tackle climate change. The shared challenge unleashes dynamic interactions and collaboration.
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In the last decades, the reported damages caused by natural hazards increased tremendously. Flood risk management aims to prevent the loss of properties, assets and life caused by floods. The MOOCs focus is on aspects of flood risk management, forecasting
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From the Syrian refugee crisis to the West Africa Ebola outbreak, humanitarian emergencies have reached unprecedented dimensions and proportions. As need for humanitarian aid grows, how can efforts to alleviate human suffering evolve with it? This course
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The world is urbanizing fast. In less than a century more than 1 billion people have been urbanized. That translates into the fact that more than half of the world’s population is already living in cities. Experts forecast that very soon Africa will