Report (30 MB)
Gender Transformative Early Warning Systems
Early warning systems build community resilience to disasters, with the potential to save lives and livelihoods. Women a...
Report (10 MB)
Missing Voices: Experiences of Marginalized Gender Groups in Disaster in Nepal and Peru
This report documents first person experiences of flood, disaster risk and early warning of vulnerable and marginalised ...
Report (2 MB)
Practical Action and Early Warning Systems
Early warning provides an opportunity for people to take action to save lives and livelihoods, reducing the impacts of r...
Assessing and addressing-climate induced loss and damage in Bangladesh
This working paper is based on a study carried out to improve understanding of, and identify actions to address, climate...
Policy Brief (723 kB)
Gender Transformative Early Warning Systems Policy Brief
Early warning systems (EWS) build community resilience to disasters, with the potential to save lives and livelihoods. W...
Snapshot (666 kB)
Gender Transformative Early Warning Systems: Nepal
Early warning systems (EWS) that do not explicitly consider gender are likely to increasethe marginalization or vulnerab...
Snapshot (1 MB)
Gender Transformative Early Warning Systems: Peru
Early warning systems that do not explicitly consider gender are likely to increase themarginalization or vulnerability ...
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