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15 Dec 2015 description
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Guide méthodologique - Réduction des risques naturels en zone urbaine en Haïti
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 1
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 2
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 3
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 4
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 5
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 6
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 7
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 8
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 9
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Guide Methologique Gestion Risques Urbains - Part 10

Résumé

Suite au séisme du 12 Janvier 2010 qui a dévasté Port au Prince, occasionnant plus de 200 000 morts et des dégâts matériels considérables, les évaluations effectuées par les acteurs de la reconstruction de l’aménagement urbain, de la réduction des risques, et de la préparation aux désastres, ont mis en évidence la nécessité pour l’État Haïtien de mettre en place une Méthodologie Nationale qui servirait de Standard pour la prise en compte de la réduction des risques dans l’aménagement urbain.

27 Jul 2015 description

Summary

Persons with disabilities often experience discrimination and exclusion, despite the adoption of an increasingly rights-based approach to humanitarian assistance. The past three decades have witnessed a growing awareness of disability issues and the emergence and spread of disabled people’s organisations.

The growing awareness must be accompanied by practical measures to identify and reduce the barriers faced by persons with disabilities in an emergency situation.

23 Jul 2015 description

Preface

All children deserve safe, accessible and culturally appropriate school buildings — regardless of class, creed, gender or ability. When children live in hazard-prone places where high winds, earthquakes, floods and other hazards threaten them, they need schools and grounds that protect them.

Yet recent disasters around the world attest to the fragility of many schools.

15 Jan 2015 description
report World Bank, GFDRR

INTRODUCTION

1.1 HISTORY OF OPEN CITIES AND THE OPEN DATA FOR RESILIENCE INITIATIVE

The World Bank, through its Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR), launched the Open Cities Project in November 2012 to create open data ecosystems that will facilitate innovative, data-driven urban planning and disaster risk management in South Asian cities. Open Cities is one component of a broader World Bank and GFDRR program, the Open Data for Resilience Initiative (OpenDRI), further described in box 1.1.