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Publisher(s): The Weather Channel
Date: May 2019

History of Cyclones in Bay of Bengal: Deadliest among Them Killed 3,00,000

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This document can also be found on the Official website of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) at: https://public.wmo.int/en
This report...

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The Rohingya refugee response in Cox´s Bazaar, Bangladesh, is unique not only in terms of the rapidity and scale of the 2017 influx, but also in the extent of exposure of the refugee camps to...

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 The guidance in this publication summarises how basic disaster preparedness and early warning procedures can be implemented in the water and waste water sector,and identifies the specific...

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Date: Dec 2018
Location: Global

"This publication provides a sober and revealing analysis of weather-related disaster trends over a twenty year time-frame which coincides with a period which has seen the UN Framework Convention...

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Publisher(s): IRec
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Myanmar

This paper presents a framework for a multi-weather hazard early warning system for application over the Bay of Bengal primarily focusing on Myanmar. First it briefly describes the history of...

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Publisher(s): USAIDInterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

None of the shelters built with aid assistance in Vietnam collapsed in the last 10 years....while others in the community did.

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Date: Feb 2022
Location: All Countries

This Collection comprises technical guidelines, documents and toolkits regarding the ways in which the population affected by extreme cold weather condition should respond. At the same time, it...

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Date: Jun 2020
Location: All Countries
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Publisher(s): USAIDInterAction
Date: Feb 2020
Location: Global

In Pakistan new and improved shelters experienced 50% less damage under extreme weather conditions, than shelters that were not improved. 

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