Build back better, humanitarian planning for long-term risk reduction, early recovery, shelter, reconstruction, psycho-social issues for rehabilitation.

Latest Recovery additions in the Knowledge Base

At COP28, the commissioner for Crisis Management will endorse on behalf of the EU two new flagship initiatives to address the human impact of the climate crisis and the interconnectedness of climate change, conflicts, and growing humanitarian needs.
European Commission
‘Until Otis hit, many people didn’t know all these communities even existed.’
The New Humanitarian
Dr Dharam Raj Uprety
For many communities around the world, climate-induced disasters are now an inevitable part of life. When recovering from such events, it is senseless to rebuild structures that are incapable of resisting the hazards that will inevitably follow.
Tourism Sector Disaster Recovery Framework Guide
The Tourism Sector Disaster Recovery Framework (DRF) Guide assists governments, the private sector, intergovernmental organizations and implementing partners to develop a sectoral DRF, comprising effective and efficient recovery programs for the sector.
Health Sector DRF Guide
The Disaster Recovery Framework (DRF) Guide for the Health Sector provides guidance on how to implement a comprehensive, integrated, and structured approach to disaster recovery
Cover_Naučno-stručno društvo za upravljanje rizicima u vanredni situacijama
This book is intended for everyone who wants to better prepare for unforeseen situations, whether caused by natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, or wildfires, or anthropogenic disasters such as fires, workplace accidents, or pandemics.
Relief workers distribute rice in a warehouse in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan
On 8 November 2013, super Typhoon Haiyan left a trail of destruction in the Philippines. The 10-year anniversary of this event provides an opportunity to reflect on research related to post-disaster recovery.
Stockholm Environment Institute
Typhoon Haiyan survivor, Tacloban, Philippines
On 8 November 2013 Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the Philippines. Ten years on, survivors are still rebuilding their lives, but wide-ranging resilience measures mean that previously at-risk communities are now better protected.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction

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