Guidance notes for highly effective Disaster Risk Financing
At the Centre for Disaster Protection, we spend a lot of time considering what ‘good’ disaster risk financing (DRF) looks like in practice. Some habits have been more neglected than others, and we have released a range of guidance notes for the most overlooked. These aim to provide very practical guidance, tools and examples of how to build these particular five habits (Focusing on poverty; Being timely; Improving constantly; Creating power for people facing risk; Aligning with the bigger picture) into your DRF initiative.
Hill, Ruth; Lung, Felix; O’Sullivan-Winks, Deirdre; Scott, Zoe
Centre for Disaster Protection
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