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Protezione Civile » Resilienza, 29 Agosto 2016 alle 10:14:42

From Risk to Resilience

A systems approach to building long-term, adaptive wellbeing for the most vulnerable

PRACTICAL ACTION

This policy brief updates Practical Action's thinking and approach to building resilience for the most vulnerable - From Vulnerability to Resilience (V2R). Using the experiences gained from the Zurich Global Flood Resilience Programme and the interactions with alliance partners, the organization has updated the V2R framework to be used by practitioners when developing resilience-building programmes and policies.

Protezione Civile » Resilienza, 15 Febbraio 2016 alle 10:05:35

Building back better with Sendai

UNISDR AP - By Yuki Matsuoka

Kobe - The ten-year old International Recovery Platform is getting a new lease of life thanks to the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. The Sendai Framework, adopted by UN member States in March 2015, as a blueprint for reducing disaster losses places special emphasis on ensuring that capacities are in place for effective recovery. In January, the annual International Recovery Forum attracted 170 participants from 37 countries to Kobe, Japan, and much of the discussion centred around Priority Four of the Sendai Framework which notes that the recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction phase is a “critical opportunity to ‘Build Back Better.’”

Protezione Civile » Resilienza, 05 Novembre 2011 alle 08:25:04

UNISDR: Insurance necessary for resilience in earthquake zones

United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction Secretariat (UNISDR)

Turkey’s 23 October quake revealed that only 9 per cent of building owners were insured despite it being mandatory in the country’s municipal areas.  Turkey’s main earthquake insurance authority says the low figure comes from having too few people with insurance in the affected region, citing lack of awareness, people with incomes too low to purchase insurance, and lax enforcement. According to risk modelling firms, low levels of insurance use in Turkey is likely to place the cost of Sunday’s quake at $170 million to insurance companies – a small fraction of the $12 billion incurred after the New Zealand earthquake in February, and $22 billion after Japan’s combined earthquake and tsunami in March.

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