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Annual report 2011: UNISDR secretariat work programme 2010-2011

Source(s):  United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)

This Annual Report for 2011, which provides a comprehensive overview of the UNISDR Biennial Work Programme 2010-2011, focuses on UNISDR’s work with partners to deliver results and measures achievement against the strategic objectives for these two years. It briefly sets out UNISDR progress against four strategic objectives: (i) disaster risk reduction accepted and applied for climate change adaptation; (ii) measurable increases in investments in disaster risk reduction; (iii) disaster-resilient cities, schools and hospitals; and (iv) strengthened international system for disaster risk reduction. The report then gives an account of the financial situation and the intended outcomes of UNISDR's objectives.

Key milestones in 2011:

- Post-HFA framework on the international agenda
- 2011 - The year of the Making Cities Resilient campaign
- 2011 Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction
- 2011 Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction
- IPCC endorsement for disaster risk reduction
- High-profile advocacy
- UNISDR secretariat strengthened

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  • Annual report 2011: UNISDR secretariat work programme 2010-2011
  • Publication date 2012
  • Number of pages 72 p.

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