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Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium: Progress Update The forum entitled Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia “Moving Faster from Policy to Practice” was attended by representatives from the Nepalese Government, representatives of eleven other Asian countries,representatives of six donor countr...
GoN, UN, (2011)
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)
District Disaster Risk Management Plan (DDRMP)- Arghakhanchi District Floods, landslides, droughts and other weather and climate-induced hazards are almost regular phenomena in Nepal. High socio-economic vulnerability of local communities and sectors – remote, rural, rugged and fragile geophysical environment mixing wi...
GoN, FAO, (2011)
Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium (NRRC) Concept Notes Flagship II Emergency Preparedness and Response Capacity In May 2009, the Government of Nepal launched the comprehensive Nepal Disaster Risk Reduction Consortium (NRRC). The NRRC is a globally unique institutional arrangement, which brings together financial institutions, development partners, the Red Cros...
GoN, UN, (2012)
Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium Terms of Reference of the Flagship 5 Advisory Committee The Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium (NRRC) was officially launched in 2011. It is a unique arrangement that unites the Government of Nepal, the international financial institutions development partners and donors, the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movem...
UN, (2014)