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Disaster risk reduction

  1. Disaster risk reduction in West Africa and the Sahelian region: a review of progress

    Briefing/policy papers

  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. Obstacles to and opportunities for anticipatory action in Somalia

    Briefing/policy papers

  5. Anticipating crises and taking early action in fragile and conflict affected states


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

    Research reports

  7. Rethinking climate-security narratives: integrating systemic disaster risk management in development

    Research reports

  8. Tackling the hidden pandemic: anticipating and preventing mosquito-borne diseases

  9. Addressing protection risks in a climate-changed world: challenges and opportunities

    Briefing/policy papers

  10. Enhancing financial commitments to disaster risk reduction in conflict contexts

    Research reports

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

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

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


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

    Working papers

  15. Humanitarian impact of combined conflict, climate and environmental risks


  16. To finance resilience in small states, governments and development partners must take some risks

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

  18. The impact of Covid-19 on climate change and disaster resilience funding: trends and signals

    Briefing/policy papers

  19. In pursuit of resilience: assessing threats and trade-offs for risk-informed development in Myanmar and Niger

    Research reports

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