This paper seeks to fill the gap with regard to the quantification of the impact of climate change on future levels of poverty across different income thresholds and scenarios
United States Agency for International Development
Midterm Review of the Sendai Framework - plenary session
To implement DRR policies and plans, all stakeholders need to be engaged, at every stage. Those most at risk are often disadvantaged through lack of access to resources, power, and influence – like persons with disabilities, local communities, and women.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
Census estimates indicate that more than 300,000 people live in areas where average summer surface temperatures are hotter than 90% of the rest of Chicago, or an estimated 5 to 10 degrees warmer than the city average.
Chicago Tribune
This guidebook aims to promote disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction (DiDRR) and minimize the impact of disasters on individuals with disabilities.
Ministry of Home Affairs (Nepal)
UNDP's DX4Resilience project in Indonesia: leveraging digital technologies for collecting disability-disaggregated data in disaster risk assessment
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
Building communities that are resilient to wildfire requires an intentional reawakening of our relationship to fire. The landscape is often wiser than we are here. Studies have shown the memory of fire lives in the landscape.
Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network
Despite progressive laws protecting their rights on paper, transgender people in Pakistan are overlooked in disaster responses, and shut out from government relief.
The Third Pole
In Samoa, the third and fourth culturally recognised genders of fa'afafine and fa'afatama are widely accepted in local communities — but not being legally recognised has its challenges.
ABC News
The aim of the research paper is to provide critical insights and best practices for Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DIDRR) programs.
CBM International
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This report presents key lessons and areas of good practice from specific examples, along with recommendations and entry points for inclusive, accessible early warning systems (EWS). It is aimed at development practitioners.
Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the World Bank, the University College London