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Build Back Better: Guidance on Building Flood Resistant Homes
This document is a technical guidance to support in shelter and housing for recovery efforts from the 2015 Malawi Floods.
Global Shelter Cluster
Malawi Floods and Rains Recovery Program: Floods and Rains
This case study is Catholic Relief Services' recovery program for Malawi floods and rains that occurred in 2015.
Catholic Relief Services
Malawi Floods ERL Implementation Completion Report (ICR) Review
This is a project completion report of Malawi Floods ERL project.
World Bank, the
Malawi National Disaster Recovery Framework Report 2015. Volume 1
This Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) is conducted by the Government of Malawi with technical and financial support from the European Union (EU), the United Nations (UN) and the World Bank (WB) following the floods in 2015.
Malawi - government
An African man biking through flooded streets.
In many countries, critical data that is needed to inform strategies and policies around disaster risk management tends to be scattered across various stakeholders — and sometimes much of it exists on paper that is not readily accessible.
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters Medium
This paper describes and evaluates the application and value of the Global Flood Monitoring System (GFMS) and various remote-sensing-based flood products in the context of the severe flood event in Mozambique associated with Cyclone Idai in March 2019.
Journal of Flood Risk Management (Wiley)
A road is destroyed by flash flooding in Sidi Ouaaziz, Morocco
The World Bank estimates that disasters, such as flooding, earthquakes, and drought cost Morocco over US$575 million each year. Moreover, rapid urbanization and climate change threaten to increase the frequency and severity of weather-related events.
World Bank, the
Panorama od old town and mountains of Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
COP27 host Sharm El-Sheikh has set its sights on being recognized as a global leader in urban disaster resilience.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
An farmer crosses his field on a tractor in Cabinda, Angola
Three years after a severe drought in southwestern Angola, people in the area continue to suffer. Hunger remains pervasive and they are still losing livestock. A report set out factors that made the impact of the drought worse.
Conversation Media Group, the
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This study examines the evolving trends for temperature and precipitation, future water availability and the country’s suitability to grow crops under different climate change scenarios in Burkina Faso.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research