This study performs an economic efficiency and equity analysis of an Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and resilience enhancement intervention in Uganda using a Cost-Benefit Analysis to compare implementation costs with observed and future benefits.
This study was guided by two objectives, namely, (1) to map the landslide risk for households of persons with disabilities (PWDs) and (2) to investigate the disability type that is perceived to be most affected by landslides.
This five-year strategic plan (NICCP17-22) aims to coordinate resource mobilization and implementation of priority-targeted cholera prevention and control interventions across all levels (national, district, and community) in Uganda.
The goal of the National Climate Change Policy (NCCP) is to ensure a harmonised and coordinated approach towards a climate-resilient and low-carbon development path for sustainable development in Uganda. The overarching objective of the policy is to
The people of Uganda, through the Constituent Assembly in Objective 23 and Article 249 of the resulting Constitution, called for an end to intolerable and persistent loss of life, suffering and disruption of economic activities by disasters resulting from
The purpose of this study was to review selected National Adaptation Plans to better understand how disaster risk management is approached in climate change documents, and if systemic risk issues where impacts cascade across sectors are considered.