A rapid needs assessment report on the country's response to Cyclone Idai has exposed challenges that elderly people face in accessing humanitarian assistance in times of disaster.

This roadmap is developed from work undertaken on integrated climate risk management (ICRM) through the “Promoting Integrated Mechanisms for Climate Risk Management and Transfer” project (“ICRM project”) implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII).

This report sets out recommendations on how the main sustainable finance initiatives underway can support a major reduction in disaster risk. The scale of financial flows and investments is massive. In Europe assets under management reached €25.2 trillion in 2017, 147% of GDP .

This study addresses a critical knowledge gap and is a fundamental contribution to inform future planning and priority setting for agriculture-related resource allocations in/across pre-, during and post-emergency contexts. The methodological approach used for disaggregation of data is outlined in Annex 1.

Climate change is expected to have profound impacts on water resources and natural hazards in Central Asia and South Caucasus. This has serious implications for the management of water resources and natural hazards in both regions.

The 2019 Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction (GAR) is informed by the latest data – including Sendai Framework target reporting by countries using the Sendai Framework Monitor – and infers early lessons on the state of the global disaster risk landscape.

Intersectional approaches recognise that ‘people have different identities, needs, priorities and capacities which are not static, and will shift and change over time – affecting their ability to prepare for, cope with and respond to natural hazards and climate variability.’ This paper aims to better understand different factors that influence p

Civic body adds a new clause in its contract whereby contractors, not BMC, will be responsible for mishaps

South-East Asia is regularly hit by droughts. Ready for the Dry Years offers a clear analysis of this subject, assessing prospects for the decades ahead and highlighting the principal risks.

Over 15 000 livestock including cattle and goats were wiped out by the Cyclone Idai, which hit the south-eastern districts of Manicaland province as well as neighbouring Mozambique and Malawi.

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