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Tools for mainstreaming disaster risk reduction: guidance notes for development organisations

Source(s):  ProVention Consortium

This publication provides a series of 14 guidance notes for use by development organizations in adapting programming, project appraisal and evaluation tools to mainstream disaster risk reduction into development work in hazard-prone countries. The guidelines are deliberately intended as short, practical briefs supplementing existing, more general, guidelines on programming, appraisal and evaluation tools.

The series covers the following: An introduction highlighting critical factors contributing to the successful mainstreaming of disaster risk reduction into development policy and practice; collecting and using information on natural hazards; poverty reduction strategies; country programming; project cycle management; logical and results based frameworks; environmental assessment; economic analysis; vulnerability and capacity analysis; sustainable livelihoods approaches; social impact assessment; construction design, building standards and site selection; evaluating disaster risk reduction initiatives; and budget support.



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  • Tools for mainstreaming disaster risk reduction: guidance notes for development organisations
  • Publication date 2007
  • Author(s) Benson, Charlotte; Twigg, John
  • Number of pages 184 p.

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