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Understanding existing methodologies for allocating and tracking DRR resources in India

Source(s):  United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Regional Office for Asia and Pacific (UNDRR AP)

This study explains trends in public investments for disaster risk reduction (DRR) at national, provincial, and local levels in India in order to identify potential weaknesses in the current system of DRR budget allocation. Divided into eleven sections, this paper addresses important thematic issues in disaster risk reduction, such as gender budgeting, Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and climate change adaptation.

By analyzing long term budget plans, the Financial Commissions awards system, and embedded schemes for disaster risk reduction, the study will help policy makers to mainstream DRR across India.



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  • Understanding existing methodologies for allocating and tracking DRR resources in India
  • Publication date 2012
  • Author(s) Dhar Chakrabarti, Prabodh G.
  • Number of pages 94 p.

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