The ICRD programme targets around 110,000 people in 50 vulnerable communities. Some of the main issues for intervention relate to livelihood development, access to improved drinking water and sanitation facilities, better access to primary health care, improved disaster preparedness in communities, and road safety education. This video features some of the ICRD carried out in Gansu. IFRC, 2015
22 Aug 2013
The Corporate Network for Disaster Response (CNDR) is a network of business groups, associations, corporations and corporate foundations whose objective is to build the capacities of the business sector and Filipino communities to effectively prepare...
16 Jul 2020
This technical guidance highlights how the COVID-19 pandemic may undermine the resilience of communities and individuals affected by the primary and secondary effects of a hazard, as well as how a particular hazard may seriously worsen the conditions...
Tags: Guidance material, COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Recovery, Resilience
12 Mar 2015
A pocket book of wisdom from over 100 recovery leaders who share the messages they wish they’d had. Recovering from a disaster is a deeply human event – it requires us to reach deep inside of ourselves and bring to others the best of who we can b...
Tags: Guidance material, Recovery