Search resources, channels and events

Your search for recovery resulted in 1114 hits.
Content Type: Collection
Publisher(s):
Date: Nov 2018
Location: All Countries

The term ‘self-recovery’ in the humanitarian shelter sector refers to the process whereby disaster-affected households repair, build or rebuild their shelter themselves or through local...

Content Type: Resource

 In this discussion the group examined and agreed upon the overarching definitions of the terms below covering self-recovery, repair and retrofitting. Also...

Content Type: Resource

Keiko Saito, Cambridge University, presented 'ReBuilDD', a consortium of organisations specialising in collecting data for M&E activities.

Content Type: Collection
Sector(s):
Publisher(s):
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

Documents related to Early Recovery in Pakistan.

Content Type: Resource

Recovery is “processes through which those affected by disasters achieve desired levels of social well-being, quality of life, sense of place and belonging, and civic engagement”
(Tierney...

Content Type: Resource

This presentation covered topics including-1. Introduction to Pre-disaster recovery planning2. Pre-plan for recovery 

Content Type: Collection
Sector(s):
Publisher(s):
Date: Nov 2018
Location: All Countries

Humanitarian assistance methods vary greatly depending on the contexts, type of disaster, local capacities, scale and resources. The goal of humanitarian shelter solutions provided in the...

Content Type: Resource
Date: Oct 2018
Location: Global

Early debates on post-disaster housing recovery centered on cultural and technological appropriateness of housing recovery programs. The focus on materials, technology, and climate missed larger...

Content Type: Resource
Sector(s):
Date: Jan 1970
Location: Pakistan

This guidance note is designed primarily for UN colleagues and partners working at country level on early

recovery in natural disasters and complex emergencies.

Content Type: Resource
Date: Nov 2011

Ivan Draganic (UNDP) presented an update on the latest activities of the Early Recovery Cluster. 

A two-fold early recovery...

Pages