Capacity Development

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Climate Bonds Initiative
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Office in Incheon for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction
Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030)
Incheon
“If you understand the risk, then you can understand how to cope with it,” Esline says. “But if you do not understand, it is going to be hard - slowly you see the impact, but you don’t know how to deal with it”.
Dubbed as PlanSmart Ready to Rebuild, the app is designed to help local government units to plan for disasters more efficiently and to build back better faster.
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This report explores how advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (a pairing referred to the report simply as “AI”) are tools uniquely positioned to help manage the complex issues brought about by climate change.
The PlanSmart Ready to Rebuild Web Application, an automated planning tool envisioned to revolutionize the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) planning processes in the country is set to be launched on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Banner of the Oscar M. Lopez Center's Climate Resilience Challenge
The Climate Resilience Challenge is a competition for innovative, interdisciplinary, and solution-oriented ideas to build and enhance resilience in the Philippines.
GAIINS aims to empower and increase the capacity of women farmers in the five counties to be resilient to climate shocks through uptake of index-based insurance.
Mozambique Disaster Recovery Framework 2019
The present DRF sets the vision, strategic objectives, and principles for Mozambique’s recovery over the next five years in response to Cyclones Idai and Kenneth.
Kathmandu, Nepal
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The primary purpose of the consultancy is to document the impact of PEER training, including CADRE, HOPE, Medical First Responders (MFR) and Collapse Structure Search and Rescue (CSSR) training in Nepal’s disaster/ emergency response.
Concept Note - Catalysing a decade of disaster preparedness action in Latin America and the Caribbean
The European Union, through its Disaster Preparedness Programme (DP) under the Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO), has invested more than 321 million euros in 34 countries.