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Enhancing resilience in fragile and conflict-affected contexts

Source(s):  Catholic Organization for Relief and Development Aid (CORDAID)

This report describes experiences of Cordaid and its local partners on linking the Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction (CMDRR) approach with reducing conflict risks in situations where conflict is identified as a main hazard. Cordaid found that doing a conflict (risk) analysis, in addition to a participatory disaster risk analysis, is a crucial first step to enhance resilience in fragile and conflict-affected areas (FCAs). Thus, Cordaid developed a tool that is currently in its draft stages for Conflict (Risk) Analysis, which can be combined with the CMDRR approach. The key steps of this tool are briefly described in this paper. The authors also give recommendations on how to work on conflict risk reduction and/or conflict sensitive disaster risk reduction, in fragile and conflict-affected areas.

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  • Enhancing resilience in fragile and conflict-affected contexts
  • Publication date 2019
  • Number of pages 9 p.

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