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Policy brief for post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction: key messages on building resilient communities

Source(s):  CARE International (CI)
Catholic Organization for Relief and Development Aid (CORDAID)
Netherlands Red Cross (NLRC)
Red Cross / Red Crescent Climate Centre
Wetlands International

This policy brief proposes three key messages to be addressed in the post-2015 Hyogo Framework (HFA2) for building safe and resilient nations and communities: (i) recognize the key role of ecosystems for disaster risk reduction (DRR); (ii) increase support for community action and promote connection between local actors; and (iii) integrate adaptation and DRR and enable better use of climate science across time scales.

The policy brief articulates the positions of the organizations allied under the Partners for Resilience Programme, a five year programme which aims for the integration of climate change adaptation and ecosystem-based approaches into DRR programmes.



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  • Policy brief for post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction: key messages on building resilient communities
  • Publication date 2014
  • Number of pages 9 p.

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