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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

Every year, natural events, such as earthquakes, floods, storms, heatwaves and droughts cause huge humanitarian and economic damage around the world. Although we are now better able to identify...

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This Report summarizes the proceedings of the El Salvador conference. It outlines the multiple development benefits of climate proofing infrastructure and the importance of conducting such an...

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This study outlines ways in which private companies can contribute to disaster prevention and response. It provides useful insights into factors that motivate corporations to be involved. It has...

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This resource guide looks at the best ways of contructing houses that are resistant to natural disasters like hurricanes.

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This resource looks at the best modality for delivering the capacity building and e-learning opportunities on building standards against natural disasters and conflicts.  

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This report is intended to help housing and shelter practitioners improve future post-disaster shelter responses and housing recovery programs and the integration between them. The report covers...

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Publisher(s): CARE International UK
Date: Apr 2019
Location: Philippines

CARE Philippines responded to the devastation of the November 2013...

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Publisher(s): CARE Philippines
Date: Apr 2019
Location: Philippines

In 2013, Typhoon Haiyan devastated large areas of the Philippines causing significant loss of life and destroying approximately one million homes. Through the Post-...

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Publisher(s): CARE International
Date: Apr 2019
Location: All Countries

This discussion paper explores the ethics of balancing building back safer with respecting people’s autonomy, and their right to choose their own route to recovery, with reference to a ‘self-...

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