Recovery framework case study: Senegal recovery and reconstruction since 2009
World Bank, the
Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the (GFDRR)
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This guide aims to help governments and partners plan for resilient post disaster recovery while contributing to longer-term sustainable development. It is based on practices gleaned from country experiences in disaster recovery around the world. Hence, the development of the DRF Guide entailed the development of country-level case studies as well as thematic case studies on disaster recovery.
Following the 2009 floods, the Government of Senegal elaborated its first recovery plan after a post-disaster needs assessment (PDNA) was conducted with the support of the international community. This case study thus uses the 2009 exercise as the point of departure for examining Senegal’s policies for recovery and prevention of urban floods.
This case study has been designed to collect and analyze information on: i) disaster recovery standards and principles adapted by Senegal after 2009 floods; ii) planning efforts for making such recovery efficient, equitable, and resilient; iii) policies, institutions and capacities to implement and monitor disaster recovery; and iv) ways and means for translating the gains of resilient recovery into longer-term risk reduction and resilient development.