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15th May 2019
We Bend, We Do Not Break

This report features stories of resilience and programmatic work on climate change and disaster risk reductionin Mali, Indonesia, Uganda, Ethiopia, Philippines, and Guatemala.

8th May 2019
Partners for Resilience Policy Recommendations for the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction 2019

This publication includes PfR's 10 key policy recommendations for the Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR)

8th May 2019
Social Norms and Barriers for Pastoralist Women and Girls in South Sudan

This report aims to capture both qualitative and quantitative dynamics of current change in pastoralist girls' and women's social norms, customs and practices in Jonglei and Eastern Equatoria regions in South Sudan.

28th March 2019
Good Practices for Integrating Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Climate-Smart Agriculture Programmes

FAO and CARE have jointly developed this paper to help policymakers and practitioners meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the ambitious goals of Agenda 2030.

25th March 2019
Leaving No One Behind

This publication outlines CARE's key work in its WATER+ programmes in India, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Madagascar, and Vanuatu. 

6th March 2019
Integrated Risk Management Law and Policy Checklist

The aim of the checklist is to identify areas for improvement within current legislation, policies and implementation in relation to the Partners for Resilience (PfR) Integrated Risk Management (IRM) approach.

6th March 2019
Using the CARE Markers as a Learning Opportunity

This case study outlines CARE Sierra Leone's experience using CARE's Gender, Resilience and Inclusive Governance Markers

25th February 2019
Resilient Livelihoods

This study documents the various experiences of households and communities in the Philippines that, sustaining serious losses particularly from the Bopha disaster in 2012 and Haiyan in 2013, have emerged successful in adopting strategies that would protect their livelihood assets and capacities from anticipated recurring disasters.

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