The GNDR Secretariat sends our most heartfelt congratulations to the team of our member organization Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS).
The Peace Building and Conflict Transformation programme of GNDR member JAD Foundation, Pakistan, has won one of the prestigious N-Peace Awards 2016, in the category for Peace Generation.
70 policy makers, CSOs, media, academia, private sector and key stakeholders to discuss climate change adaptation, DRR, livelihoods, environmental protection and to exchange of the know-how and best practices, seek synergies and opportunities of collaboration to strengthen the resilience and safety of communities, authorities, environment and businesses.
“Gender Just Climate Solutions Award” went to GNDR member YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU) from Indonesia, under the 'Non-technical solution' category.
Architectonical barriers halve the chances of survival of people with disabilities and their assistants: some valuable lessons from a joint drill where ONG Inclusiva was tasked to observe and evaluate inclusion of people with disabilities in evacuation efforts.
Levinia Francisco from the Center for Disaster Preparedness, Philippines, shares her highlights from her participation on Day 2 of the 7th AMCDRR.
Levinia Francisco from the Center for Disaster Preparedness, Philippines, shares her highlights from her participation from the pre-conference (Day 0) and Day 1 of the 7th AMCDRR.
Is it just rhetorics? wonders Farah Kabir, Chair of GNDR, on the repeated mentions by the political establishment at the 7th AMCDRR on the need for partnerships and working on an integrated manner. Ms Kabir praised the ability of civil society to coordinate and speak with one loud voice at the Conference.
Loy Rego, from the MARS Practitioners Network Myanmar and India speaks up his mind on the outcomes of the recent 7th Asian Ministerial Conference DRR in Delhi.
Ya está disponible el informe del Taller Latinoamericano RED GLOBAL – ACCIONES LOCALES para lograr un mayor impacto en la reducción del riesgo de desastres en la primera línea.
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