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Governance context in the nation determines the access to the resources, skill development in order to achieve disaster resilience. Governmental bodies needs to work together with civil society, private sector, related stakeholders and the vulnerable people. The power structure, cultural diversity, religious norms affects the risk reduction activities. Thus, it is necessary to analyse the governance scenario of the community to plan and implement the program to achieve long term sustainability.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 76
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
May-2018El Caso de Polvorines: Proyecto Aliados ante inundacionesSoluciones Prácticas
2015IGOPP: Índice de Gobernabilidad y Políticas Públicas en Gestión del Riesgo de DesastresLacambra Ayuso, Sergio; Guerrero Compeán, Roberto
Mar-2018Ecosystem-based adaptation to increase flood resilience of vulnerable people - Evidence from central VietnamHagedoorn, L.C; Brander, L; Bubeck, P; Pham, T.D.M; Hudson, P; Haer, T; Lasage, R
2018Building a Flood monitoring Web Application in GreeceHexagon News
Nov-2015Communicating flood risks in a changing climate: 9 principles for promoting public engagementClimate Outreach
2018Integrated Risk Management Reducing disaster risks by strengthening community resilienceCARE International; Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre; Cordaid; The Netherlands Red Cross; Wetlands International
Mar-2018Transformation towards sustainable and resilient societies in Asia and the PacificUnited Nations; Asian Development Bank; United Nations Development Programme
2017Nepal Country Case Study: Effective law and policy on gender equality and protection from sexual and gender-based violence in disastersInternational Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
2018Foresight for policy & decision-makersPLACARD
20182018 UN World Water Development Report, Nature-based Solutions for WaterUN Water
2016Development and testing of a community flood resilience measurement toolKeating, Adriana; Campbell, Karen; Szoenyi, Michael; McQuistan, Colin; Nash, David; Burer, Meinrad
2016From Risk to Resilience: A systems approach to building long-term, adaptive wellbeing for the most vulnerablePasteur, Katherine; McQuistan, Colin
2016Manual for Mock Flood Response Exercise with Early Warning SystemPractical Action
2016Disaster risk management and fiscal policy : narratives, tools, and evidence associated with assessing fiscal risk and building resilienceMechler, R; Mochizuki, J; Hochrainer-Stigler, S
2016The potential of crowdsourcing and mobile technology to support flood disaster risk reductionMcCallum, I; See, L; Liu, W; Keating, A; Hochrainer-Stigler, S; Mochizuki, J; Fritz, S; Dugar, S
2016Disaster resilience: What it is and how it can engender a meaningful change in development policyKeating, A; Campbell, K; Mechler, R; Magnuszewski, P; Mochizuki, J; Szoenyi, M; McQuistan, C
2016Reviewing estimates of the economic efficiency of disaster risk management: opportunities and limitations of using risk-based cost–benefit analysisMechler, R
2015Beyond Katrina: Lessons in creating resilient communitiesZurich Insurance; Wharton
Sep-2015Turning flood resilience theory into actionZurich Insurance; IIASA
Mar-2015Modeling the indirect and fiscal risks from natural disasters for informing options for enhancing resilience and building back betterHochrainer-Stigler, Stefan; Williges, Keith; Mochizuki, Junko; Mechler, Reinhard
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 76