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Economic and Financial Decision Making in Disaster Risk Reduction This report is prepared with technical assistance from UNDP, on behalf of the Ministry of Home Affairs. The findings are intended to support the Government of Nepal and other developing countries, to prepare and implement comprehensive and strategic ...
MoHA-UNDP, ()
EMPLOYMENT-FOCUSED DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT AND RECONSTRUCTION IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RECENT DISASTERS IN INDIA, JAPAN, NEPAL, AND THE PHILIPPINES Over the past several years, large-scale natural disasters including earthquakes, typhoons, floods, and landslides have hit the Asia and Pacific region, leaving in their wake devastation not only in terms of extensive human casualties and massive pro...
ILO, (2016)
Economic and Financial Decision Making in Disaster Risk Reduction From an economic perspective, the country is particularly sensitive to major, periodic drought events, reflecting the country’s heavy dependence on rain fed agriculture. Meanwhile, floods and landslides are more insidious annual events, resulting i...
UNDP, (2010)
UNDP Nepal Community Based Disaster Management Practices, 2006-2008 Nepal is one of the countries in the world most vulnerable to natural disasters, including earthquakes. Increasing climate change impacts on fragile geo-physical settings, recurrent and new patterns of natural hazards like floods and landslides and d...
UNDP, (2008)
Participatory Workshop on Urbanisation and Community Based Disaster Management Nepal, comprising two thirds of the Himalayas, is a multi-lingual, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural country with ancient history. Fascinating towns and villages exist in the mountains, hills and the Terai, and people live with the nature, developing t...
UNCRD, UNESCO, (2006)
Effective Law and Regulation for Disaster Risk Reduction: A Multi-Country Report Today, it is well accepted that the actions and decisions of individuals, communities and nations make a significant difference as to whether or not a natural hazard turns into a disaster. Choices made with the aim of reducing the human impact of nat...
UNDP, (2014)
Tools For The Assessment of School and Hospital Safety for Multi-hazards in South Asia - (Hospital Safety) Toolkit Book 2: Retro Maintenance Major Asian cities are located, by and large, across flood plains or in coastal areas. Over 50% of the urban populations are living in small and medium size cities with less than 500,000 populations that are growing faster and may not be able to cope...
UNISDR, UNHABITAT, SAARC, (2012)
Community Based Landslide Treatment in Nepal Frequent landslides in mid-hill districts have caused damage to productive land at the lower basin and affected human settlements and agriculture activities both upstream and downstream. Extensive areas of productive land were left fallow because of ...
FAO, (2013)
World Health Organization Emergency and Humanitarian Action(EHA), WHO Nepal Flash floods and landslides hit the Far West, Mid West and Western regions in Nepal a week ago killing 46 people (and with 66 still reported as missing). According to Nepal Red Cross (NRCS) reports, 1,121 families have been displaced and 13,718 famil...
WHO, (2006)
COMPREHENSIVE DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (CDRMP) Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Progamme (CDRMP), started in 2011, is beingimplemented by UNDP in collaboration with the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) as focal ministry in collaboration with other ministries and line departments including Na...
UNDP, (2016)
Disaster Risk Management Plan -Siraha District Siraha district has been responding to a variety of recurring natural disasters through the District Disaster Relief Committee (DDRC) empowered by the Natural Calamity (Relief) Act 2039 promulgated in 1982 which is its policy and legal framework for ...
GoN, FAO, (2011)
Notes of the Local Project Appraisal Committee Meeting of the Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Program The Comprehensive disaster risk management program was approved by the local project appraisal committee meeting held on 24 January in 2011 in the national emergency operation Center at the ministry of home affairs. #DisasterRiskManagement #NaturalD...
UNDP, (2011)
Early Warning in Action Every year, floods and landslides cause 300 deaths in Nepal and economic damages exceeding US $10 million. A lack of focus on investing in disaster risk reduction has put development efforts at risk. Recognising this gap, the Government of Nepal laun...
UN, (2012)
Identification of Focus Districts for Flagship 4 Highlights: Following a consultation process with CBDRR stakeholders in Nepal, NRCS together with IFRC and Ministry of Local Development were requested to identify the districts most vulnerable to disasters in Nepal where new CBDRR projects are mo...
GoN, UN, (2011)
Notes of Local Project Appraisal Committee meeting of the Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Programme (2011-2015) The comprehensive disaster risk management program has been formulated as a part of the strategic partnership framework signed the BCPR and UNDP and in accordance with the flagship area of institutional and legal systems for disaster risk management ...
UNDP, (2011)
National Strategy for Disaster Risk Management in Nepal Nepal is a hot spot for geophysical and climatic hazards. The country is relatively ranked very high in terms of vulnerability to natural calamities. The risk is believed to be increasing very rapidly mainly due to the growth in population, especiall...
UNDP, GoN, EC, (2008)