Supporting Self-Recovery in practice
This programme supported the ‘self-recovery’ of lives and homes after the typhoon hit, by providing guidance, equipment, cash grants and technical assistance. By using locally available materials and debris from destroyed houses they have helped families to avoid relocation, retain the rights to their homes and land, and to maintain their social ties. Through training on how to make their houses safer, local people have become more resilient to natural disasters. Read more.
And check out these photos from the response: BSHF Photos x10