ACP-EU NDRR Resources
Improving the resilience of agro-sylvo-pastoral and fisheries systems in the face of natural disasters in ECCAS member states
Haiti’s path to building resilience to multiple disaster risks in a fragile context – the importance of partnerships
Result Area 2 - report on technical and institutional capacities in the field of Disaster Risk Management in Central Africa
This brochure provides a global overview of the ACP-EU NDRR Program, its objectives, how it works and where it operates. Highlights include results from the Program’s operations since it was launched in 2011 and its accomplishments in ACP countries. The brochure reflects the participation of the European Union, the Organization of African, Caribbean, and Pacific States, and the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery.
The FY20 Activity Report for the Result Area 2 Program highlights how despite the COVID-19 pandemic, African Regional Economic Communities have continued providing their respective member states with key technical assistance to improve their human, institutional, and financial resources dedicated to strengthening resilience to disaster risk and climate change.
The FY20 Activity Report of the ACP-EU NDRR Program highlights the continued efforts of ACP countries and regional organizations to integrate resilience to disaster risk and climate change into development planning at local, national and regional levels.
2020 International Day for Disaster Reduction - Strengthening disaster risk governance in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific
Facing drought, Covid-19, and hurricane season, Saint Lucia bolsters its disaster risk financing plans
Recent years have shown the growing demand for support and tremendous drive by Sub-Saharan African countries to work on the Disaster Risk Financing (DRF) agenda. This was confirmed during a knowledge sharing event organized in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire on 20 November 2019 in the margins of the Understanding Risk (UR) West and Central Africa conference which focused on projects and activities implemented in the frame of the European Union (EU) funded Africa Disaster Risk Financing (ADRF) Initiative.
Due to its location, topography, and socioeconomic conditions, Madagascar is one of the most exposed and vulnerable countries in the world to climate change and extreme weather events, with cyclones, flooding, and drought posing the greatest risks. Madagascar and other Indian Ocean countries have recently been affected by Tropical Cyclone Belna in December 2019, which followed tropical cyclones Idai and Kenneth that also hit the same region earlier in 2019.
The activity report summarizes activities of Result Area 5, also known as the Africa Disaster Risk Financing (ADRF) Initiative, from July 2018 until June 2019. The report gives an overview of the achievements during this period. So far, the ADRF Initiative has yielded results in supporting governments by strengthening their capacity to design and implement risk financing policies, instruments, and strategies at regional, national and local levels.
Dominica: Results in Resilience - Supporting resilient reconstruction in Dominica following Hurricane Maria
On November 9, 2018, the Secretariat of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States and the European Commission hosted the ACP-EU NDRR Program Focus Day in Brussels, Belgium. The theme of the Focus Day was “Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) in ACP Countries.” The event was organized in the margins of the GFDRR Fall 2018 Consultative Group meeting and Knowledge Partnership Day which took place on 7 and 8 November 2018, also in Brussels, Belgium.
Fiji and Tonga: Results in Resilience - Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to Assess Disaster Risk in Fiji and Tonga
Third Edition of the World Reconstruction Conference: Proceedings and Knowledge Report, and Executive Summary
This document offers a brief overview of the Somalia Drought Impact and Needs Assessment (DINA) and subsequent Resilience and Recovery Framework (RRF), which were requested by the government in August 2017 to identify the root causes of recurrent drought and develop a strategy for medium-term recovery and long-term resilience.
Rwanda: Brochure - Development of Comprehensive Disaster Risk Profiles for enhancing Disaster Management in Rwanda
The Development of (national and local) Comprehensive Disaster Risk Profiles for Enhancing Disaster Management project was launched in October 2012 and closed in April 2016, having successfully completed all key planned activities.