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The Indonesian government planted trees at Mertasari Beach, Denpasar, Bali, on Tuesday as a symbolic move to reduce the risk of disasters. This was part of a 10 million tree movement which was conducted simultaneously in 34 provinces.
Antara News
Masato Seko, Senior Program Director of Global Issues Department, The Nippon Foundation presents the UN Sasakawa Award 2022 for Disaster Risk Reduction to Dr Manu Gupta and Dr Anshu Sharma, Founders, SEEDS
South Asia’s foremost non-profit organisation working in the field of disaster risk reduction and climate change was awarded the United Nations Sasakawa Award 2022 for Disaster Risk Reduction.
Sustainable Environmental and Ecological Development Society
After volcanic eruptions, communities are encouraged to “build back better”. But is it possible to build back safer, and if so, how? What steps can be taken to develop resilience, when the concepts of “safer” and “better” are hardly quantifiable?
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The Hazard, Exposure and Vulnerability Assessment (HEVA) presented here takes a unique approach to develop such a cross-sectoral risk assessment and apply it throughout Indonesia.
United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security Munich Climate Insurance Initiative Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
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This Disaster Management Reference Handbook provides the reader a baseline for understanding factors that influence disaster management in the Indonesia.
Center for Excellence in Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance