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
Supporting Self-Recovery: An interdisciplinary perspective
It’s a pleasure to present the Self-recovery from disasters: an interdisciplinary perspective working paper. This paper is published by ODI (in collaboration with CARE UK, BGS and UCL) and presents the findings from the Promoting Safer Building pilot research project in
Humanitarian Evidence Programme – Update!
Earlier this year Habitat for Humanity and University College London completed the first Systematic Review to have been undertaken in the shelter sector. If you are interested in finding out more do please download the document or attend the upcoming
Presenting at i-Rec, Toronto, Canada
8th i-Rec conference A snapshot of the Promoting Safer Building project as it was presented at the i-Rec Conference in Canada earlier this month. The main goal of i-Rec conferences is to contribute to disaster reconstruction and recovery knowledge and