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Philippines: When It Rains, It Floods
Description: Perennial flooding in Metro Manila in the Philippines affects poor Filipinos the most—homes and belongings are destroyed, people get sick, livelihoods suffer.
  16 Oct 2017   2m27s 12 429 0
Update 7: Nicola Peckett at the DEC Emergency Appeal for People Fleeing Myanmar
Description: We're joined by George Graham from Save the Children, who has just returned from Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Please, donate now: http://bit.ly/2yW1wZX Follow the DEC for updates: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DECcharity Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DisastersEmergencyCommittee Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/decappeal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/disastersemergencycommittee
  10 Oct 2017   6m51s 0 39 0
From survival and subsistence to thriving, dignified lives
Description: The Enhancing Community Resilience Programme (ECRP) in Malawi has worked to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, reduce vulnerability and strengthen the resilience of around 420,000 people across parts of Malawi the hardest hit by climate change. ECRP has enabled vulnerable households to move beyond survival and subsistence, to enjoy thriving and dignified lives. This means enough food and a steady income, safe conditions, and the resources and confidence to embrace new opportunities and manage risks that threaten them. The programme has been funded by UK aid, Irish Aid and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, receiving more than £15m over almost six years until 2017. To find out more about ECRP, visit the Christian Aid programmes website: caid.org.uk/ecrp
  10 Oct 2017   5m5s 5 216 0
Mensaje Afectación Lluvias Cartago
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  29 Sep 2017   1m16s 5 665 0
Bihar Floods Response 2017  - Indian Red Cross Society
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  27 Sep 2017   4m26s 12 513 0
Bangladesh: Mud and rain worsen plight for Rohingya refugees
Description: With the almost daily monsoon rains, the displaced Rohingya are facing challenges in the makeshift camps they have established in southeast Bangladesh. Canals have become rivers difficult to cross, and temporary shelters have flooded, putting even greater strain on the hundreds of thousands seeking safety after fleeing violence in Myanmar. Images of flooding and river crossings. An estimated 421,000 Rohingya – a largely stateless Muslim minority in Myanmar – have arrived in Bangladesh since the latest bout of violence broke out on August 25. Information for media: If you would like to use this video to communicate refugee stories or require B-Roll, transcripts, stills or much more information, please contact hqvideo@unhcr.org. --- Keep up to date with our latest videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/unhcr?sub_confirmation=1 -- UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, works to protect and assist those fleeing war and persecution. Since 1950, we have helped tens of millions of people find safety and rebuild their lives. With your support, we can restore hope for many more. Read more at http://UNHCR.org Support our work with refugees now by subscribing to this channel, liking this video and sharing it with your friends and contacts. Thanks so much for your help.
  22 Sep 2017   2m47s 19 413 0
Facing the floods: A resilience approach
Description: 2016-08-30 | Usage rights: CC | Credit: SIWI A discussion about how development organizations and businesses can support vulnerable communities prepare for flood risk and build a more secure future in the face of persistent shocks and stresses. The Global Resilience Partnership looks to identify and scale local solutions in an effort to pivot away from reactive responses to disasters and build resilient communities. This includes funding innovative projects through challenges like the Water Window so we can help bring these ideas to scale.
  06 Jul 2017   28m59s 0 15 0
Enhancing Urban Resilience in Ghana's Greater Accra Region
Description: The Greater Accra Region in Ghana is one of the fastest growing cities in West Africa, currently hosting over 4 million people. The regional economy accounts for about 25 percent of Ghana's national GDP. However, the unprecedented population growth and unplanned spatial expansion have exceeded the capacity of the city to keep up, resulting in housing shortages, urban sprawl, and informal settlements with inadequate urban services. This makes the Greater Accra Region vulnerable to a range of shocks. This was made clear in June 2015 when the region was deeply impacted by floods which affected over 50,000 people. Working with the World Bank, the Government of Ghana has identified the main issues that make the Greater Accra region vulnerable and formed a forward-looking strategy to create a more resilient Greater Accra Region that can better withstand the impact of disasters and reap the benefits associated with urban growth.
  03 Jun 2017   5m30s 43 11435 0
ZPP MMR February 2017
Description: ZPP brings to you reports on the state of politically motivated violence in Zimbabwe during February 2017. If you are interested in reporting a violation contact us on the numbers that appear at the end.
  17 May 2017   5m19s 2 85 0
Direct Relief's Peru Response
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  08 May 2017   2m5s 2 1075 0
Fase de Respuesta Operación Mocoa
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   9m20s 4 759 0
Peru - Mosquito-borne diseases likely to rise in aftermath of floods EN
Description: Record heavy rains have triggered landslides and widespread flooding, affecting more than one million of people and creating conditions that are perfect for the spread of the mosquito Aedes aegypti. This mosquito carries dengue which is endemic in the north of Peru, as well as Chikungunya and Zika. The Ministry of Health has started an aerial-spraying campaign to prevent the spread of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. The Peruvian Red Cross has been providing assistance to families in the most severely affected people in the worst affected departments of Piura, Tumbes, Lambayeque and La Libertad.
  27 Apr 2017   1m55s 5 116 0