Country: Sri Lanka

Communications

Author(s): Asian Preparedness Partnership
Sri Lanka is home to 20,483,000 people with 18.30 % living in urban areas while 81.70% is living in rural areas. After end of the 30 years of civil war, the country is having a vibrant economy with a…

Coordination

Author(s): Disaster Management Center (Ministry of Disaster Management), Sri Lanka
The Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004 claimed nearly 30,000 lives in Sri Lanka. Since that catastrophe, numerous initiatives have been taken up to raise awareness amongst the public in addition to policy…

Emergency Response

Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
As part of the disaster-prone South Asian region, Sri Lanka is particularly vulnerable to various risks. In light of the many frameworks that have emerged in the last year, discussing an integrated…

Preparedness

Author(s): APP
One of the foremost activities implemented under the program was to undertake Baseline Assessment studies to map out the current status of the humanitarian ecosystem for managing disasters at the…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
Natural hazards and their impacts have severe consequences. The poorest and the economically and socially vulnerable are those most at risk. With the growing threat of climate change, hazards are…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
The United Nations is to convene a World Summit to set a renewed agenda to make humanitarian action beyond 2016 more effective, inclusive and global. This summit will take place in Istanbul, Turkey…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
The presentation is throwing light on the disaster risk reduction and the future of Sri Lanka. The presentation focuses on the links for conservation, access to water to support life and the economy…

Conference and Workshop Proceedings

Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
The United Nations is to convene a World Summit to set a renewed agenda to make humanitarian action beyond 2016 more effective, inclusive and global. This summit will take place in Istanbul, Turkey…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
As part of the disaster-prone South Asian region, Sri Lanka is particularly vulnerable to various risks. In light of the many frameworks that have emerged in the last year, discussing an integrated…

Multimedia

Author(s): Disaster Management Center (Ministry of Disaster Management), Sri Lanka
The Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004 claimed nearly 30,000 lives in Sri Lanka. Since that catastrophe, numerous initiatives have been taken up to raise awareness amongst the public in addition to policy…
Author(s): Asian Preparedness Partnership
Sri Lanka is home to 20,483,000 people with 18.30 % living in urban areas while 81.70% is living in rural areas. After end of the 30 years of civil war, the country is having a vibrant economy with a…

Policies, Procedures and Guidelines

Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
Natural hazards and their impacts have severe consequences. The poorest and the economically and socially vulnerable are those most at risk. With the growing threat of climate change, hazards are…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
The presentation is throwing light on the disaster risk reduction and the future of Sri Lanka. The presentation focuses on the links for conservation, access to water to support life and the economy…

Special Reports

Author(s): APP
One of the foremost activities implemented under the program was to undertake Baseline Assessment studies to map out the current status of the humanitarian ecosystem for managing disasters at the…
Author(s): Disaster Management Center (Ministry of Disaster Management), Sri Lanka
The Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004 claimed nearly 30,000 lives in Sri Lanka. Since that catastrophe, numerous initiatives have been taken up to raise awareness amongst the public in addition to policy…
Author(s): APP
One of the foremost activities implemented under the program was to undertake Baseline Assessment studies to map out the current status of the humanitarian ecosystem for managing disasters at the…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
Natural hazards and their impacts have severe consequences. The poorest and the economically and socially vulnerable are those most at risk. With the growing threat of climate change, hazards are…
Author(s): Asian Preparedness Partnership
Sri Lanka is home to 20,483,000 people with 18.30 % living in urban areas while 81.70% is living in rural areas. After end of the 30 years of civil war, the country is having a vibrant economy with a…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
The United Nations is to convene a World Summit to set a renewed agenda to make humanitarian action beyond 2016 more effective, inclusive and global. This summit will take place in Istanbul, Turkey…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
As part of the disaster-prone South Asian region, Sri Lanka is particularly vulnerable to various risks. In light of the many frameworks that have emerged in the last year, discussing an integrated…
Author(s): Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
The presentation is throwing light on the disaster risk reduction and the future of Sri Lanka. The presentation focuses on the links for conservation, access to water to support life and the economy…