There have been formal commitments by national governments to empower Local Governments (LGs) to undertake practical DRR actions as part of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk (SFDDR) (2015-2030) and UNISDR’s Making Cities Resilient Campaign.
Cette recherche contribue à la littérature sur le risque de catastrophes, en approfondissant la compréhension de la relation entre la vulnérabilité aux inondations, l'urbanisme et les stratégies d'adaptation locales.
Capitale du Niger depuis 1926, la communauté urbaine de Niamey couvre une superficie de 255 km². Elle dispose de cinq communes dont quatre (I, II, III, IV) se trouvent sur la rive gauche et la commune V à la rive droite.
The lack of systematic and homogenous records of people being impacted by everyday hazards and disaster events at all scales in many African cities is a major limitation to effective planning for risk reduction.
In recent years, lives and property worth millions of dollars have been destroyed in fire disasters in secondary schools around the world. Cases of fire disasters in Nigerian secondary schools have been experienced in the last decade with increasing frequency and severity.
Urban flooding cannot be avoided entirely and in all areas, particularly in coastal cities. Therefore adaptation to the growing risk is necessary. Geographical Information Systems (GIS) based knowledge on risk informs location-based approach to adaptation to climate risk.
This document provides a summary of the historic climate at Karonga and how it is projected to change into the future due to anthropogenic climate change.
On estime à 11,2 milliards de tonnes le volume déchets solides collectés dans le monde entier chaque année.
An estimated 11.2 billion tons of solid waste are collected worldwide every year.
This report addresses Solid Waste Management (SWM) in Dakar (Senegal). It focuses on man-made hazards of poor Solid Waste Management, consequent loss to health and associated secondary hazards.