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Find out how Practical Action Bolivia involved local youth in their Flood Resilience Measurement for Communities approach. And what the benefits were, to the young people, their communities, and to Practical Action.
Flood Resilience Portal
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
Floods 2008 Bolivia Assessment of the Accumulated and Additional Impact Caused by La Nina
This Damage and Loss Assessment estimates total damage and losses caused by heavy rains that caused floods in Bolivia in 2007-2008
Bolivia - government Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the United Nations - Headquarters Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
The Bolivia Climate Resilience - Integrated Basin Management Project, the first large climate change project in Bolivia financed by the World Bank, aimed to turn climate-smart, integrated river basin management theory into practice.
World Bank, the
The National Adaptation Plan Global Support Programme (NAP-GSP) hosted a webinar exchange with over 60 participants about “Integrating Climate Risks in the Water Sector” with a focus on NAP formulation.
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
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Bolivia is one of the poorest nations in Latin America. However, it has at least $14 billion per year in potential if it achieves gender equality, urban-rural parity.
World Bank, the
In this week’s show: we follow the fast-growing COVID-19 spike across Africa and hear news about how countries have included refugees in pandemic vaccination programmes.
United Nations Office in Geneva
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Local, national governments are impressed with the milestones achieved by the Gran Chaco’s communities — and community members now have a direct say in the planning.
World Resources Institute
The ecological disaster is a consequence of natural factors and human activities – but at least this is one reason there is still hope we can reverse the problem.
Conversation Media Group, the

This report follows up on the 2009 Oxfam report which highlighted the challenges that Bolivia would face due to the impacts of climate variability and change, including: food security; glacial retreat and its effect on the availability of drinking water

Oxfam International Secretariat