Community-based DRR

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This study investigates benefits of combining modelling and measurement methods for flood resilience strategies, applying a participatory system thinking approach that combines Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping with Flood Resilience Measurement for Communities.
Members of Baduy community must strictly follow the pikukuh when constructing a house.
As a disaster-prone country, Indonesia has long been familiar with natural hazards. Even before advanced technology arrived, our Indonesian ancestors developed their own ways to prevent and mitigate disasters – and to live in harmony with natural hazards.
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The guiding principle of this initiative is risk-informed development. Achievements in terms of poverty reduction, combating illnesses and improving access to health care, education and services are fragile and are undermined by new and emerging threats.
A new agroforestry farm model uses shea farming to bolster climate and economic resilience in Nigeria.
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Spotlighting the Innovative Experiences of Cities in Action for COVID-19 Responses (UNOSSC-UNDRR, 2022) is a knowledge product on the experiences of provinces, cities, districts, and communities of the Global South responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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With summer still months away, an unusually intense heatwave is threatening millions of people on the Indian subcontinent. What can people do to weather the worst and prepare for a future of extreme heat?
World Council on City Data
Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030)
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Office in Incheon for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction
Carla Tavares
Amadora's Senior Academy is a world-class example of a successful, inter-generational approach, educating children about disaster risks and about staying safe.
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For ranching communities on the east side of the Baja California Peninsula, groundwater springs are their primary source of freshwater. The economic livelihoods of roughly 4,000 people are closely tied to the springs and to wells.
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The main objective of this assignment is to undertake a comprehensive assessment of existing centralized and decentralized early warning systems as part of transfer of technologies for enhanced climate risk monitoring and reporting in Somalia.