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Case Studies on Institutional Arrangements for Recovery
These case studies describe institutional structures, legal frameworks, and management lessons gleaned from practical experience, providing recovery leaders with insights suited to their context, disaster scenarios, and institutional landscapes.
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery - UNDP
Deputy Secretary General Amina J. Mohammed at a school tsunami drill during GP2022.
On 28 May 2022 Tanjung Benoa district in Bali received their UNESCO-IOC Tsunami Ready Recognition, becoming the first Tsunami Ready Community in Indonesia. Guests from the GPDRR witnessed a school evacuation drill prior to the inauguration ceremony.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Office - Jakarta
This report presents the outcomes of a disaster risk reduction project in Indonesia, focused on disseminating earthquake-resilient building techniques in the most affected villages in Sulawesi.
ADRA Indonesia
Overview of the Indonesian Disaster Resilient Villages
Disaster Resilient Villages is a major Indonesian programme to reduce disaster risks locally. This report summarises challenges, problems and accomplishments in community disaster preparedness by showcasing stories from ten of the villages.
World Food Programme
People planting mangroves in the mud.
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?
New Mandala
Coordinating Minister of the Ministry for Human Development and Culture, Muhadjir Effendy, and Head of BNPB, Major General TNI Suharyanto have inaugurated the 'Rumah Resiliensi Indonesia' at the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR) 2022 in Nusa Dua, Bali, Monday (23/5/2022).
Indonesia’s House of Resilience (RRI), a gallery of the country’s best disaster risk reduction practices, will take place during the 7th Session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GP2022)
National Agency for Disaster Management (Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana)
PDRF emergency control centre
As disasters multiply and systemic risks increase, the imperative is to connect across sectors and geographies and foster partnerships so that our “new normal” enables resilience and sustainable development for all.
Connecting Business initiative ARISE Miyamoto International United Nations Children's Fund (Global Headquarters, New York) United States Agency for International Development
Advancing inclusive and resilient urban development targeted at the urban poor
Discusses planning and design of connective and protective community infrastructure, and the use of climate change and disaster risk information on climate-sensitive hazards in ensuring their resilience. 
Asian Development Bank