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Integrated risk management: Reducing disaster risks by strengthening community resilience

Source(s):  Partners for Resilience

This document provides an overview of integrated risk management (IRM), which combines considerations of climate and ecosystems with disaster risk reduction. It describes its implementation by Partners in Resilience and shares learnings.

Key aspects of IRM:

  • Putting people at risk centre-stage, building on local and traditional resources and knowledge
  • Linking humanitarian and development domains by focusing on livelihoods;
  • Addressing risk at a landscape scale
  • Managing and restoring ecosystems
  • Working on different time scales to ensure adaptive planning;
  • Linking local realities with global processes;
  • Integrating disciplines and approaches to encompass different risks;
  • Partnering with communities, CSOs, government, knowledge institutes, private sector media



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  • Integrated risk management: Reducing disaster risks by strengthening community resilience
  • Publication date 2018
  • Number of pages 12 p.

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