Community-based DRR

Community-based DRR

Community vulnerability assessment, community disaster response preparedness, community risk mitigation, local capacity assessment, local risk mapping.

Eight farmers from Bangladesh walking across a rice field carrying big baskets on their heads and shoulders.
When Hosne learned about Helen Keller’s horticulture and poultry training, she quickly enrolled to learn how she could ensure a nutritious diet for her family. With vegetable seeds in hand, Hosne began homestead gardening and rearing her own poultry.
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The creation of a robust network of hubs will support communities prepare for and respond to climate change and natural hazards
Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center
Boosting drought resilience, in part by focusing on local priorities, could cut long-term need for humanitarian aid, experts say. After four failed rainy seasons, 44% of people face hunger. $2 billion annual spending has not built resilience
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2023
For women in the Arab region, water scarcity, food insecurity and conflict, coupled with environmental degradation, resource scarcity and forced migration, ]complicate the struggle to survive and compound the risk for increased inequality and violence.
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
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2022
This briefing note discusses how best practices for coproducing warnings can extend to places with conflict and widespread violence, noting that core local systems serving conflict-affected populations must be at the centre of such systems.
UCL Warning Research Centre
Women were actively involved in developing the vision, plans and implementation of the local climate change projects.
Development Asia
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2022
The Community-Level Disaster Resilience Index for Cox's is an adaptation of the Climate Disaster Resilience Index (CDRI), which was introduced by the International Environment and Disaster Management (IEDM)
Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia, the
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The city of Holon becomes the first Israeli city recognized as a Resilience Hub and commits to sharing its DRR experience and expertise with other municipalities around the world
Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030)