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The $5.5 million project aims to reduce the impacts of disasters caused by hazards by increasing the utilization of early warning and risk information in Cambodia and Lao PDR.
Coverpage of Disaster Management Reference Handbook
This handbook offers an overview of Chile’s national disaster management plans and structures, including information on key domestic disaster response entities and basic regional background.
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LANDSLIP is a 'research-into-action' project seeking to develop a prototype regional rainfall-induced landslide Early Warning System in two Indian pilot case study areas.
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Landslide EVO brings together experts in environmental hazards, engineering, social science, citizen science, and computational modelling to improve disaster resilience in Western Nepal.
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This study evaluates future scenarios of extreme climate indices from the list of the Expert Team on Sector-specific Climate Indices (ET-SCI) and their sectoral implications in the Karnali Basin in western Nepal.
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This report presents the result of the formative study titled, Elements of Replicable Models to Increase Inclusion of Vulnerable Groups in Community Disaster Risk Management in the municipality of Sablayan in Occidental Mindoro, Philippines.
Peru Country Briefing
This report discusses that due to Peru’s geographical location, the Peruvian population is exposed to numerous hazards related to recurring phenomena, such as earthquakes, landslides, floods, overflows, and mudflows.
Sunrise view of Namche Bazaar village and Thamserku mountain, Khumbu valley, Nepal.
Urbanization trends in the Himalaya are exposing more people to risk from compound hazards such as flooding, landslides and wildfires, a new study published in the journal Science of the Total Environment has found.
Farmer in Nepal plows rice field with buffaloes
The effects of monsoon rainfall on food insecurity in Nepal vary by earthquake exposure, with regions that experienced both heavy earthquake shaking and abundant rainfall more likely to have an inadequate supply of nutritious food.