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This is the resource which focuses around urban development planning, gender and social and social justice in a post-disaster recovery and also gender in the urban context. 

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Publisher(s): The World Bank
Date: Dec 2022
Location: Worldwide

Today civil wars are the most common type of large scale violent conflict. Since World War II they have killed about 16 million people worldwide. In this paper we examine how countries can recover...

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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 UK
Date: Apr 2019
Location: Philippines

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

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Date: Apr 2019
Location: Philippines

Bill Flinn, Holly Schofield and Luisa Miranda Morel's article The case for self-recovery, addresses the situation in which most families recovering from the catastrophe of a disaster...

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Date: Nov 2018
Location: Philippines

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 builders....

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Date: Apr 2019
Location: Nepal, Philippines

This working paper by Overseas Development Institute (also available in Filipino and Nepali) presents the findings from a pilot research project that investigated...

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

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

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