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Post-disaster needs assessment guidelines: Volume B - Gender

Source(s):  Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the (GFDRR)
United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN WOMEN)
World Bank Institute (WBG)

The Post-disaster needs assessment (PDNA) Guidelines have been developed to provide technical support to practitioners as they plan for and implement the needs assessment and design the recovery framework. Volume A provides a general overview of the PDNA framework and process. Volume B provides sector-specific guidance for all the sectors that could potentially be covered by a PDNA, depending on the context and the scale of the disaster.

Gender has been identified as an important cross-cutting issue in PDNAs. This document covers the following steps:

  • Assessment process;
  • Pre-disaster situation; 
  • Assessment of disaster effects;
  • Estimating the value of the effects of the disaster;
  • Assessment of disaster impact;
  • Cross-sectoral linkages including cross-cutting issues;
  • The sector recovery strategy.



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  • Post-disaster needs assessment guidelines: Volume B - Gender
  • Publication date 2013
  • Number of pages 59 p.

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