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DRR Voices

Read about the latest DRR Voices on the PreventionWeb knowledge base. These contain stories and perspectives from DRR practitioners and academics on reducing risk and building resilience.

Irene Amuron Joanna Smith
​​Anticipatory action plans include a trigger mechanism, developed according to an impact-based forecasting approach, that translates the expected hazard event and its potential impacts into technical and actionable interventions.
Carla Tavares
Amadora's Senior Academy is a world-class example of a successful, inter-generational approach, educating children about disaster risks and about staying safe.
Markus Enenkel Andrew Kruczkiewicz
A new professional profile is needed: climate science translators who specialize in the brokering, translation and tailoring of climate science data to humanitarian and development decision makers – especially in the context of anticipatory action.
Ares Gabàs Masip
Barcelona is  Europe’s first MCR2030 Resilience Hub. The city has taken a proactive approach to tackling climate risks and vulnerabilities for many years, and is now eager to share its experience with other MCR2030 cities and partners.
Martha McPherson Manleen Dugal Ria Sen
The concept of nature-related risk reflects the pervasive economic impacts of biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation. Clear frameworks are needed for evaluating and managing nature-related risk, and developing appropriate financial strategies.
On 8 March 2022, to celebrate International Women’s Day, the Women’s International Network for Disaster Risk Reduction (WIN DRR) is recognising women leaders across the Asia-Pacific region who support “gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow.”
Emma Harwood Olivia Nielsen Naeem Razwani
Women frequently bear the brunt of disasters – in terms of economics, health, and fatalities – but better, more resilient housing could improve their situation.
USAID Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance
The USAID-supported Academic Alliance on Anticipatory Action stimulates deeper research into anticipatory approaches.