Recovery

The restoring or improving of livelihoods and health, as well as economic, physical, social, cultural and environmental assets, systems and activities, of a disaster-affected community or society, aligning with the principles of sustainable development and “build back better”, to avoid or reduce future disaster risk.

Latest Recovery additions in the Knowledge Base

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With the objective of assessing the capacity Guyana’s agriculture sector to plan, design, implement, monitor, and evaluate climate resilient and inclusive recovery processes, the SRCA was implemented in the country’s agriculture sector.
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This report presents the results of the SRCA undertaken in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines to assess the capacity of the country’s agriculture sector, inclusive of the fisheries and forestry subsectors, to plan resilient and inclusive recovery projects.
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With the objective of assessing the capacity Saint Lucia’s tourism sector to plan, design, implement, monitor, and evaluate climate resilient and inclusive recovery projects, the SRCA was implemented in the country’s tourism sector.
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This report presents the results of the Sectoral Recovery Capacity Assessment (SRCA) undertaken in Grenada to assess the capacity of the country’s housing sector to plan, design, implement, monitor, and evaluate resilient and inclusive recovery projects.
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This report presents the results of the Sectoral Recovery Capacity Assessment (SRCA) undertaken in Dominica to assess the capacity of the country’s tourism sector to plan, design, implement, monitor, and evaluate resilient and inclusive recovery projects.
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This report presents the results of the SRCA undertaken in Antigua and Barbuda to assess the capacity of the country’s agriculture sector to plan, design, implement, monitor, and evaluate resilient and inclusive recovery projects.
Two related but often confused topics play into a system architecture that mitigates against failure: high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR).
Open Access Government
Madagascar view of the countryside from the sky - cloudy
Madagascar’s location and socio-economic conditions make it especially exposed to a wide range of interconnected hazards.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Regional Office for Africa

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