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Disaster response

  1. Event summary: Sudan’s humanitarian crisis slips further from sight

  2. Think Change episode 19: Türkiye-Syria earthquakes – lessons learnt and what next?

  3. Seismic risk exposes disaster risk management’s neglect of conflict

  4. Anticipatory action and disaster risk finance: Guiding the setting of humanitarian targets

    Research reports

  5. Why some women in Pakistan are being left behind in the floods

  6. With all eyes on Ukraine, is humanitarian support to the Horn of Africa crisis missing in action?

  7. Drought and food security crisis in the Horn of Africa: HPG roundtable communiqué | 7 June 2022


  8. Pre-agreed disaster finance: The agenda that women's advocates should be influencing


  9. Disasters by design: the need for actionable risk management

  10. Covid-19: crisis as opportunity for urban cash transfers?

    Working papers

  11. Social protection provisions to refugees during the Covid-19 pandemic: lessons learned from government and humanitarian responses

    Working papers

  12. National cash transfer responses to Covid-19: operational lessons learned for social protection system-strengthening and future shocks

    Working papers

  13. Have social protection responses to Covid-19 undermined or supported gender equality? Emerging lessons from a gender perspective

    Working papers

  14. Disasters: looking back at the realities for people caught in conflict and disaster

  15. Enhanced preparedness for extreme weather across the Caribbean: a joint work plan


  16. Preparing for extreme weather in the Caribbean: what role for forecast-based early action?

    Working papers

  17. How to take early action in the eastern Caribbean to avoid climate extremes becoming disasters

  18. Collective approaches to communication and community engagement in the Mozambique Cyclone Idai response

    Research reports

  19. Three ways to maintain Lebanon’s ‘fragile peace’ and rebuild Beirut

  20. The influence of the physical environment on self-recovery after disasters in Nepal and the Philippines