Disaster risk and poverty trends in Jordan, Syria, Yemen: key findings and policy recommendations
This paper discusses a project in the Arab region aimed at enabling national and regional institutions to develop system wide capacities to monitor, archive and disseminate data on key hazards and vulnerabilities, and periodically assess emerging risk such as national poverty trends. It shows that systematically recording data on disaster loss represents a low cost, high impact strategy for visualizing risk patterns and trends over space and time. This paper focuses on the findings of national disaster loss databases in three of the project's pilot countries: Jordan, Syria, and Yemen.
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- Capacity Development, Information Management, Risk Identification & Assessment, Social Impacts & Social Resilience
- Jordan, Syrian Arab Republic, Yemen
VI Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas, Cartagena, Colombia 20-22 June 2018.