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  1. FEMA Case Study Library

    Community Wind Shelters: Background and Research. Because of the rising frequency of extreme weather, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) strongly encourages homeowners and communities to build safe rooms to FEMA standards. Community shelters have been consistently needed due to the increased risk posed by strong winds and flying ...

  2. PDF When Disaster Management Agencies Create Disaster Risk: A Case Study of

    Disaster Risk: A Case Study of the US's Federal Emergency Management Agency Citation Clark-Ginsberg, Aaron, Lena C. Easton-Calabria, Sonny Patel, Jay Balagna, Leslie A. Payne. ... disaster management agencies create disaster risk for vulnerable and marginalized groups is examined, seeking to show the ways existing policies affect communities ...

  3. PDF Disaster Risk Reduction Project Case Studies

    MICE related tourism (Meetings, Incentive Groups, Conferences and Events) generates over $700 billion, and is a major industry to be impacted adversely when disaster strikes. This case study demonstrates how Crisis Management Planning promotion creates increased initiative and resilience.

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    studies capture the complexity of disaster risk and disaster situations; (ii) case studies appeal to a broad audience; and (iii) case studies should be fully utilized to provide lessons identified for DRR and DRM for adaptation to climate change (Grynszpan et al., 2011). Several projects have identified lessons from case studies (Kulling et al ...

  5. Case Study Library

    Non-Disaster Grants Management System. Floods & Maps. Flood Insurance; Find an Insurance Form; ... Risk Management; Hazard Mitigation Planning; Climate Resilience; Building Science; Earthquake Risk; ... Case Study: Intended Beneficiary: Local Government & Authority, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of ...

  6. Disaster Risk Management Overview: Development news, research, data

    Disasters hurt the poor and vulnerable the most. More than one-third of the world's poor live in multi-hazard zones, and low-income countries account for more than 70 percent of the world's disaster "hotspots.". Mainstreaming disaster risk management into development planning can help lower the impact of disasters on property and lives.

  7. Natural Disaster Hotspots Case Studies

    These case studies complement the earlier groundbreaking work of Natural Disaster Hotspots: A Global Risk Analysis published in April 2005. Three case studies address specific hazards: landslides, storm surges and drought. An additional, three case studies address regional multi-hazard situations in Sri Lanka, the Tana River basin in Kenya, and ...

  8. PDF ARISE Case Studies in Disaster Risk Management

    1 Disaster Risk Management Strategies X This project allows organizations from different sectors to help the early recovery of affected communities. By engaging different organizations, MEs are provided access to tools and training that can help them get back in business. 2 Investment metrics

  9. Disaster Risk Management Research

    Building Resilience: Integrating Climate and Disaster Risk into Development. November 18, 2013 — Weather-related losses and damage have risen from an annual average of about $50 billion in the 1980s to close to $200 billion over the last decade, a new study finds. Read More ».

  10. Towards integrated disaster risk management: case studies and trends

    1 Background. Integrated disaster risk management (IDRiM) is a process for comprehensively and credibly estimating and managing risks from multiple synergistic sources, and, as such, presents a challenge to science and policy communities. IDRiM becomes increasingly complex as human interventions contribute to escalating disasters losses.

  11. When disaster management agencies create disaster risk: a case study of

    Our case study of FEMA shows the significant role that disaster management agencies may have in shaping DRC. ... Future work should continue to engage in these organizational dimensions of disasters and disaster risk management by examining how organizational structures and processes can be reformed and improved to address risk and function ...

  12. Case Studies: Red Cross Red Crescent Disaster Risk ...

    Disaster related laws and policies need to better include and protect those most at risk of disasters. This case study outlines the steps taken by the IFRC Disaster Law Programme - from global ...

  13. Landslide Mitigation and Disaster Risk Management

    This Collection contains Landslide Mitigation and Disaster Risk Management Case Studies and Good Practice to support humanitarian workers in their operations and interventions for the mitigation or response of a landslide disaster. Current guidance comes from leading local and global organizations and institutions: Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC), ECHO, IFRC, REACH, Shelter Projects ...

  14. Disaster risk management, climate change adaptation and the role of

    The paper reviews the literature and planning instruments applied in the selected case studies, as well as interviews with key stakeholders and decision makers. The results confirm the hypothesis that traditional disaster management is evolving towards Disaster Risk Management, clearly recognizing that Climate Change modifies and increases threats.

  15. When Disaster Risk Management Systems Fail: The Case of ...

    The study found that disaster risk management legislation and institutions in Zimbabwe are weak. Cyclone Idai resulted in the loss of many human lives, loss of livelihoods, and massive damage to infrastructure. ... When Disaster Risk Management Systems Fail: The Case of Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani District, Zimbabwe. Int J Disaster Risk Sci 12 ...

  16. Case Studies & Factsheets

    Information on disaster risk management: case study of five countries: Jamaica" ... "The Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction: Case Study and Exercise Source Book" From UNEP website: "This ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction and climate change adaption (Eco-DRR/CCA) case study booklet is designed as a guided learning resource and ...

  17. PDF Emergency and Disaster Management Case Study

    In the ten year period from 2007 to 2016, the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) lists 614 major disaster declarations across the 50 states.1That is, from 1960 to 1979, the average annual number of disaster declarations equals 32 and from 1980 to 1999, this average grows to 51. In the first two decades of the 21stcentury, the ...

  18. Adaptive social protection and disaster risk management: A case study

    Over the years, the country has developed a comprehensive disaster risk management (DRM) system to ensure that disaster response and recovery are as effective and efficient as possible. Japan has also created an elaborate system to provide social and economic assistance to disaster victims, including the most vulnerable.

  19. Disaster risk management insight on school emergency preparedness

    Disaster preparedness provides the platform for efficient, practical and organized preparation, eliminating duplication of resources, and increasing the overall effectiveness of response activities by the local inhabitants. 5 In the context of this study, preparedness is paramount for emergency school response with few important attributes e.g ...

  20. Information on disaster risk management: case study of five ...

    Next to floods, landslides are the most frequently occurring hazard for Jamaica. Tsunami events appear to be very infrequent around the coastline of Jamaica. Events have been recorded however, in 1755 and more recently in 1907. In all, over 300,000 references on the general topic of disaster risk were found to exist.

  21. NIDM Research & Case Studies

    A Case Study on Kotrupi Landslide 2017, Mandi District, Himachal Pradesh: 2021: NIDM: COVID-19 Third Wave Preparedness: Children's Vulnerability and Recovery: 2021: NIDM: Working Group Report: Disaster Risk Financing, Insurance and Risk Transfer: 2021: NIDM: Peri-Urban Ecosystems and Urban Resilience (Knowledge Compendium of Case Studies ...

  22. Social capital in disaster risk management; a case study of social

    This study has paid attention to how social capital might be useful in disaster risk reduction both in post-disaster phase and in pre-disaster condition which may be rare in disaster studies. It also provides an insight into how community-based disaster management can take into account pre-existing social systems and traditional social networks ...

  23. Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRM): Elements to Advance Its

    This study analyzed the international key literature on integrated disaster risk management (IDRM), considering it a dynamic sociocultural process subjected to the historical process of social formation, offering a closer look at the concept while exploring conceptual elements and ideas to advance IDRM in both national and international contexts. Methodologically, the study adopted a ...

  24. Panneer

    In order to ensure that lessons from recent experiences like COVID-19 are incorporated into future disaster risk reduction efforts, the study looks ahead and calls for a persistent focus on novel and inclusive techniques for stakeholder participation. ... Multi-stakeholder participation challenges in local disaster management policies: A case ...

  25. Opportunities and challenges of mainstreaming disaster risk management

    The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic had created mayhem world over in the year 2020 and confirmed the need and urgency of equipping religious leaders with disaster risk management (DRM) knowledge and skills. Religious leaders are often expected to be among the first responders when disasters strike.

  26. Climate risk assessment and adaption ability in China's ...

    As climate change intensifies, extreme weather events, especially the coastal flooding is becoming increasingly severe. Carbon emissions exacerbate climate change, leading to increased frequency and intensity of extreme precipitation, which may result in flooding. This study focuses on the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), a coastal city cluster in China, and adopts the ...