The COVID-19 pandemic has been the biggest disaster in living memory, on almost any measure. Over 6.5 million people are confirmed to have died in less than 3 years, and the pandemic’s indirect impacts have touched the lives of virtually every community on the planet.

The “Disaster Management Plan for Power Sector” provides a framework and direction to the utilities in the power sector for all phases of the disaster management cycle (i.e. Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery).

The “Disaster Management Plan for Power Sector” provides a framework and direction to the utilities in the power sector for all phases of the disaster management cycle (i.e. Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery).

Climate change is already affecting people’s lives and livelihoods in Angola, as well as the Angolan economy. The country is experiencing increasingly severe and frequent climate hazards, including the South’s worst prolonged droughts in decades.

With the changing risk landscape, it is nothing but imperative that the capacity strengthening efforts are evolved to be a continuous and dynamic process so that the humanitarian structures are constantly updated and strengthened to meet any sudden or emerging humanitarian need.

This report shows how innovative finance solutions can bolster climate resilience in the fast-urbanizing Asia and the Pacific by helping microfinance institutions (MFIs) funnel emergency support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

The report provides a detailed analysis of India’s expertise in establishing well-defined institutional systems, legislative, policy, and planning frameworks, robust search and rescue capabilities, improved early warning systems, technological advancements for disaster risk management, improved emergency communication, expanded disaster resource

This report explains how rising climate and disaster risk can increase the vulnerability of Asia and the Pacific region’s urban poor and how engendering systemic change can strengthen their resilience. It emphasizes the need to put them at the center of decision-making and for targeted actions to tackle the drivers of vulnerability.

This study reviews and documents strategic interventions by the government of Ethiopia in terms of adopting policies, strategies and programmes; building the necessary institutional infrastructure; and mainstreaming disaster risk management into various sectors and national development and budgeting process – all of which contributed to building

This case study highlights Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction (Eco-DRR) interventions in India focused on integrating Eco-DRR measures on improved water management into local development plans and schemes (such as disaster, wetlands, and rural employment) through capacity-strengthening and participation of communities and local governments.

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