DISASTER RESILIENCE

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Sourcebook Brief

A summary of the Disaster Resilience Sourcebook

Key Resources

Analysis from ISE and other experts

Data

Interactive visuals of disaster resilience indicators

The ability both to prepare for natural disasters and respond to them is a key measure of state resilience. It is imperative that states not only prepare for natural disasters within their geographic context, but also develop resiliency measures for crises such as drought, famine and catastrophic weather. Clear frameworks and rules for how states respond to disasters, especially in the immediate aftermath, eases the costs and time for reconstruction and opens opportunities for reforms.

Other Disaster Resilience Resources

Overview
Planning, Risk and Assessments
Emergency Management
Reconstruction and Rebuilding

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Data on Disaster Resilience