Sierra Leone

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Professor Lee Miles has contributed significantly to the development of new procedures for the local authorities in Sierra Leone to handle emergencies and disasters at large dumpsites and waste collection sites in the capital city of Freetown.
Bournemouth University
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2022
despite regular donor inflows for disaster response, Sierra Leone remains without a robust system for tracking the use of donor funds. Sierra Leone’s shift toward proactive financial planning will take time.
World Bank, the Global Risk Financing Facility
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2021
The initial National Adaptation Plan (iNAP) responds to the overall objectives of the UNFCCC’s National Adaptation Plan Guidelines for reducing vulnerability to the impacts of climate change.
Sierra Leone - government

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National Platform

Sierra Leone National Platform

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2021
The initial National Adaptation Plan (iNAP) responds to the overall objectives of the UNFCCC’s National Adaptation Plan Guidelines for reducing vulnerability to the impacts of climate change.
Sierra Leone - government
2006

The purpose of the National Disaster Preparedness and Response Plan (NDPRP) is to establish a comprehensive all-hazard approach to national incident management spectrum of activities including preparedness, prevention, mitigation, response and recovery

Sierra Leone - government
2006

The disaster management Policy is a comprehensive approach that enhances increased political commitment to disaster risk management thereby encouraging government agencies to take the lead and supported by non-governmental organisations. It also promotes

Sierra Leone - government

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2022
despite regular donor inflows for disaster response, Sierra Leone remains without a robust system for tracking the use of donor funds. Sierra Leone’s shift toward proactive financial planning will take time.
World Bank, the Global Risk Financing Facility
2010
The preparation of this National Progress Report has been undertaken within the framework of the biennial 2009-11 HFA Monitoring and Progress Review process, facilitated by UNISDR and ISDR System partners.
Disaster Management Department, Office of National Security