|1. Understanding disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation|
|2. Key groups for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation|
|3. Program cycle management for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation|
|4. Key sectors for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation|
|5. Key contexts for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation|
|6. Creating an enabling environment for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation|
|Tools and Resources|
'This guide is an easy-to-use resource that provides guidance for NGO staff and partners alike to tackle the issues of disasters and climate change. Not only does it provide 10 common sense principles for integrating disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in practice, it highlights the needs of vulnerable populations including children, so that they can be part of the process of building disaster and climate resilience.”Dr Nick Hall Head of DRR and CCA, Save the Children
'For vulnerable communities in the Pacific that are already experiencing the profound impacts of disasters and climate change, this guide is a fantastic resource. Not only does it recognize the importance of involving local people to build on their existing strengths to prepare for disasters and adapt to climate change, it provides practical guidance for identifying high-risk groups (including children, young people, women, older people, and those with disabilities) and how to work with them effectively. Congratulations on a great resource.' Maria Tiimon, Pacific Outreach Officer, Pacific Calling Partnership, Edmund Rice Centre
'While others still find it difficult to climb out of their silos and blink in the sunlight, the civil society organisations and INGOs that use these rigorously produced ‘good enough’ guidelines will come much, much closer to providing a fully integrated approach to disaster risk, climate change and livelihood enhancement. Once again ECB has produced a winner!' Dr Ben Wisner, Aon Benfield UCL Hazard Research Centre, University College London
Marilise Turnbull has 20 years’ field, management and advisory experience in the humanitarian and development sectors. She has worked in high-risk contexts in Latin America, Africa and Asia, seeking to support vulnerable communities to realize and enjoy their rights.
Charlotte Sterrett has worked for the past decade with NGOs across a number of development issues. She has extensive experience working directly with communities through programming and advocacy, with NGOs in developing organisational strategies and polices relevant to climate change, and has engaged in campaigning and advocacy activities to influence international climate change negotiations.
Amy Hilleboe is is the Senior Technical Advisor for Disaster Risk Reduction for Catholic Relief Services. She has worked with CRS for 20 years and has vast experience in emergency preparedness and response programs and has been working with DRR programs since 1996. She has also been the DRR Advisor with the Emergency Capacity Building Program on behalf of CRS since 2007.
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