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This paper aims to generate and validate earth observation-based information products for monitoring selected indicators of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction in the context of flooding in Ecuador.
Progress in Disaster Science (Elsevier)
Two ”Sphere Course for Decision Makers” events in Ecuador in May 2022 taught National Disaster Management Authorities and trainers about the importance of humanitarian standards and policies, and how to adopt them in preparedness, response and recovery.
Compendium of good practice on post disaster recovery in the Latin America and Caribbean Region
The present systematization carried out by the UNDP compiles Good Practices in Post-disaster Recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean in order to spread and highlight the work and recovery processes taking place in different countries of the region.
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
This paper performs a statistical analysis of numerical simulations of dispersion and ash fall from the Cayambe volcano.
Revista Cartográfica
With support from UNDRR's "Making cities sustainable and resilient" project, Guayaquil has developed a DRR plan that has spurred improvements in data collection, equipment and coordination, among others.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
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This paper assesses a climate risk country profile for Ecuador. With its wide range of climate zones, Ecuador has an extraordinary array of geographical systems, which range from high altitude glaciers to tropical rain forests to dry tropical forest.
World Bank, the
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This study explores the different dimensions of flood risk, namely hazard, exposure, and vulnerability, and investigated the drivers of risk in Ecuador’s three main different ecological regions and territories commonly affected by flooding.
United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security

With the forecast of 6.3 billion persons living in urban areas by 2050, it is expected that problems associated with the use of natural resources and the negative externalities of anthropogenic activity will become increasingly relevant. From the point of

Environmental Research Letters (IOP)
Climate change, deforestation, diminish the ability of cloud forests, grasslands to supply clean water. Ecuador is trying an innovative approach: water funds.
United Nations Environment Programme
En cuanto a la Reducción de Riesgos de Desastres, el Gobierno de Ecuador se propuso desarrollar un Plan Nacional “PrevieneEc”.
World Bank, the