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AHP presentation
On 26 May 2022, “Building the bridge for Pacific resilience through Disaster READY” was presented at the Ignite Stage during GP2022.
Australian Humanitarian Partnership United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
Dili, Timor-Leste inundated with flood waters following Cyclone Seroja
Floods of 2021 in Timor-Leste presented opportunities to build back better in recovery efforts thanks to international support from countries like Australia.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Regional Office for Asia and Pacific
Increased climatic events spur CARE International in Timor-Leste and Cruz Vermelha de Timor-Leste to join forces to strengthen emergency preparedness and disaster risk reduction
CARE International
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This report is part of the World Bank’s response to the Government’s request for support in assessing damages as well as longer-term implications for disaster risk management. Cyclone Seroja impacted Timor-Leste on April 4, 2021.
World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
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This study was conducted to understand country-specific approaches to CCA and DRR integration and inform approaches to strengthening community-level outcomes.
Humanitarian Advisory Group World Vision International Australian Humanitarian Partnership
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This document outlines the climate risks faced by Timor-Leste, a tropical country whose climate is heavily influenced by the West Pacific Monsoon and its mountainous climate.
World Bank, the Asian Development Bank
A man rows his boat off the coast of Dili, East Timor
The Green Climate Fund has approved a USD 21.7 million project to support the establishment of end-to-end climate information services and multi-hazard early warning systems in Timor-Leste. Eighty percent of Timorese are expected to directly benefit.
United Nations Environment Programme
Old person in a wheelchair
During a disaster people with disability are often invisible. They are left out because systems set up before disasters make it hard for them to be involved.
Conversation Media Group, the
Timor-Leste is reeling after heavy rain caused severe floods and landslides over the Easter weekend, killing at least 42 people.
Conversation Media Group, the

This document serves as Timor-Leste‘s first National Adaptation Plan (NAP); and is being submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The overall vision of the NAP for Timor-Leste is ―to build a climate resilient

Timor-Leste - government