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Monique Pariat May 16
It pays off to invest in disaster preparedness. On average, every € spent on reducing the risk of disaster saves €4-7 that would otherwise have been spent responding to them
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EU Humanitarian Aid 🇪🇺 May 17
The sees an average of 20 typhoons every year. Watch how locals make sure they are prepared.
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Disasters: Deconstructed Podcast May 19
We are just overwhelmed that so many people are excited (like we are) about our upcoming podcast launch! In appreciation, here is a teaser from our episode with Tony Oliver-Smith!
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UN Environment May 17
Healthy ecosystems play a crucial role in preventing environmental disasters & mitigate as well as reducing their harmful impacts. Nations call for increased investments in ecosystem-based solutions for disaster prevention⬇️
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World Food Programme May 17
Disasters are a leading cause of hunger. In 2018, climate-related disasters have pushed 29 million people into hunger crises. More and more WFP is called to respond to disasters such as Cyclones Idai & Kenneth in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
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disastermappers hd May 16
What is ? Melanie from and Rebecca from presenting at .
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Tamas Marki May 17
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Ministry of HA & DM May 16
Somalia has delivered its Official statement on Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Geneva.
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SwitzerlandUN May 23
is proud of the outcome of . Yes, resilience pays off! @unisdr
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WMO | OMM May 17
is a devastating natural hazard and a major cause of displacement and migration. We need integrated, proactive drought management policies to build resilience.
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EU Humanitarian Aid 🇪🇺 May 18
Floods are a constant threat in Malawi. With EU funding the NGO are using to know when and where floods are coming, helping local communities prepare and evacuate before they hit.
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Lisa Robinson May 16
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Rebecca May 17
Standing room only at Open Cities Africa talk at
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Ministry of HA & DM May 16
H.E Hamza S. Hamza took part the second Ministerial roun table discussed about "Risk-informed investments and economics of DRR"
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Green Climate Fund May 17
"Global annual infra investment need is US$5 trillion but an add'l cost of up to 25% is needed to make infra climate resilient. GCF has a unique ability to invest end-to-end in these systems – leveraging investments in , & climate info services."
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IOM Environment May 16
creates humanitarian, development and human rights challenges. With more people displaced by disasters than by conflict, we must act to reduce displacement and protect people on the move.
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IFRC Asia Pacific May 18
Laurels and lessons from cyclone-resistant shelters developed by CSIR-SERC and the Indian Red Cross.
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sahba sobhani May 19
Met Mehmet Güllüoğlu, head Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Authority () in Geneva discussed how Turkey experience as 1nd largest contributor to humanitarianrelief “the most generous country” in world best practice for rest of world
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Martha Rojas Urrego May 15
Investing in natural infrastructure must be part of disaster risk reduction & prevention. make communities resilient in the event of extreme weather events (floods, droughts) & minimize the damage from these hazards.
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United Nations May 16
With the right policies and planning, hazards like storms and wildfires need not always lead to homelessness. Latest from .
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