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01 Jan 2007 description

Natural disasters do not affect people equally. In fact, a vulnerability approach to disasters would suggest that inequalities in exposure and sensitivity to risk as well as inequalities in access to resources, capabilities and opportunities systematically disadvantage certain groups of people, rendering them more vulnerable to the impact of natural disasters. In this article we address the specific vulnerability of girls and women with respect to mortality from natural disasters and their aftermath.

01 Jan 2005 description

Gender equality and risk reduction principles must guide all aspects of disaster mitigation, response and reconstruction. This paper provides six principles for engendered relief and reconstruction.