La paz en Colombia - El Salado: cómo reconstruir un pueblo
Description: El Salado, en Colombia, sufrió una de las masacres más crueles del conflicto armado en el país. Sus habitantes intentan rehacer sus vidas.
Ayuda en Acción trabaja en El Salado en colaboración con la Fundación Semana para fortalecer el proceso de paz y mejorar las condiciones de vida de la población retornada, especialmente las de la infancia y las mujeres.
Un proyecto de Planeta Futuro en colaboración con Ayuda en Acción.
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23 Jun 2017
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Description: Oxfam works with some of the world's poorest people. What they want - more than anything - is a way to earn a living. They want a regular income.
Here, Maria Cristina (Honduras) and Madeleine (Rwanda) share how their jobs have transformed their lives, thanks to Oxfam's Enterprise Development Programme.
07 Jun 2017
Description: Iwate University, a national university in northern Japan, has been closely working with the City of Rikuzentakata, which was completely destroyed by the Tsunami in March 2011, to establish a new campus offering various programs on Disaster Management, Risk Reduction, Building new community and urban planning, and industry development.
25 May 2017
Description: The International Recovery Platform discussed how to build back better for national and local governments, the private sector, and civil society organizations. The case studies put emphasis on strengthening recovery-focused relationships, the establishment of planning and coordination mechanisms, and ensuring recovery activities are adequately supported.
25 May 2017
Description: Catholic Relief Services presented lessons learned about what prompts people to invest in rebuilding their homes to be more resilient to future disasters. Five determinants of behavior directly influence the adoption of hazard-resistant construction practices: cues for action, access, perceived risk, perceived positive consequences, and perceived self-efficacy.
25 May 2017
Description: The Tapis Rouge Amphitheater was one of several public spaces planned and constructed by Global Communities under the LAMIKA program. LAMIKA, which stands for “a better life in my neighborhood” in Haitian Creole, is funded by the American Red Cross and relies on an inclusive approach with an intensive community engagement process to prioritize and reconstruct spaces in the dense, urban neighborhood of Carrefour-Feuilles, Haiti. Carrefour-Feuilles is one of the many informal neighborhoods which suffered extensive damage in the 2010 earthquake. After the earthquake, the site of Tapis Rouge was used as a tent camp for displaced people. Now the space is multifunctional, used by residents for recreation, exercise and relaxation. Designed in partnership with EVA Studio, the open air amphitheater has concentric rings for different activities. One is occupied by outdoor exercise equipment and seating. Another ring is terraced with gardens and greenery. At the top end, a row of trees conceals storage tanks for the adjacent water distribution station. The revenue generated from the sales of water will be reinvested into maintaining the public space. Equally important is that the participatory process of designing and constructing the space, listening to community opinions, and using local labor and materials has provided the residents with a sense of ownership, identity and pride.
16 May 2017
Description: Gestión del riesgo: Es el proceso social de planeación, ejecución, seguimiento y evaluación de políticas y acciones permanentes para el conocimiento del riesgo y promoción de una mayor conciencia del mismo, impedir o evitar que se genere, reducirlo o controlarlo cuando ya existe y para prepararse y manejar las situaciones de desastre, así como para la posterior recuperación, entiéndase: rehabilitación y reconstrucción. Estas acciones tienen el propósito explícito de contribuir a la seguridad, el bienestar y calidad de vida de las personas y al desarrollo sostenible.
02 May 2017
Description: Families in Nepal continue to recover and rebuild from the massive earthquake and aftershocks that rocked the Himalayan country in the spring of 2015. For the Red Cross, delivering lifesaving aid was only piece of responding to the disaster. Two years later, our teams are still on the ground, helping people rebuild in ways that make them safer, healthier, and more economically sound into the future. This includes helping restore families’ sources of income, constructing water & irrigation systems in remote villages, ensuring kids get vaccinated against diseases like measles, and teaching people the skills they need to make their homes safer during future disasters.
25 Apr 2017
20 Apr 2017
Description: In April 2015, central Nepal was struck by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake and several major aftershocks which killed more than 9 000 people. More than half a million homes were reduced to rubble, and countless roads, bridges and other infrastructure were left in ruins.
Here in the remote village of Barpak, the epicentre of the earthquake, the powerful tremor damaged the walking trails that connected the village to the rest of the country. To restore access to services for the villagers, EU Humanitarian Aid has supported People in Need (PIN) in implementing a trail reconstruction programme in the area. Under the initiative, vulnerable groups, such as breast-feeding women and female-headed households, are encouraged to help repair damaged trails in exchange for cash. This has not only provided affected families with an opportunity to earn income and improved their livelihoods, but also contributed to rebuilding the communities.
Video by People in Need
12 Apr 2017
Description: It is more important than ever to secure sustainable energy solutions in Jordan to tackle the energy challenges in the country. See more about our renewable energy programme funded by the European Union.
07 Apr 2017
Description: United Nations - For decades, the Central African Republic has been plagued by instability and conflict. But in the small Western town of Bouar, ex-combatants are handing over their weapons in favour of working on community projects. With support from the UN peacekeeping operation called MINUSCA, Multidimensional Integrated Stabilized Mission in the Central African Republic, these former fighters are now focused on peace and stability to advance their country.
UN in Action: Episode #1543
Script (Pdf): http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/unia1543escript.pdf
27 Mar 2017