A dangerous information gap by Clear Global
Flood-affected communities in Sindh and South Punjab lack the information they need to access assistance, avoid further harm, and prepare for future floods Continue Reading….
معلومات کی رسائی میں تشویشناک خلا
سندھ اور جنوبی پنجاب میں سیلاب سے متاثرہ افراد کے پاس امداد تک رسائی، مزید نقصان سے بچنے، اور کسی ائندہ سیلاب کی تیاری کے لیے درکار معلومات نہیں ہیں۔
Inclusive Risk Governance in Pakistan Key Findings, Conclusions and Way Forward County Report 2019-22
Views from the frontline (VFL) 2019 is the largest independent global review of Disaster Risk Reduction at the local level. It aims to strengthen the inclusion and collaboration between at risk people, civil society and government in the design and implementation of policies and practices to reduce risks and strengthen resilience.
VFL 2019 establishes a local baseline and local monitoring process to measure progress towards achieving an inclusive “people-centred” approach to resilience-building, as promoted within the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) and other frameworks part of the Agenda-2030. In so doing, VFL 2019 aims to increase awareness and strengthen accountability of governments
Preliminary Findings of Governance & Disaster study in Pakistan
2005 – 2015
This report presents a summary of the preliminary findings of the prefocus group opinions on statements and focus group discussions held by Pattan Development Organisation in various districts as part of the governance and disaster study. It presents the opinions of various stakeholders having substantial experience in disaster management in their respective regions. A section discussing the methodology follows this section, presenting details on how the FGD was conducted followed by a section presenting the findings of the research. The findings section also incorporates visual presentation of responses within all the statements.
Views From The Frontline 2013
Pattan Development Organisation has been working with flood prone communities since 1992 super floods. Its two-pronged approach is based on: 1st, building [multiple] capacities of flood prone communities (women and men) in order to enhance resilience to cope with periodic flood disasters and resistance to make officials accountable. 2nd, conducting research for advocacy. Pattan is a founding member of Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network (ADRRN) and its focal point for Pakistan.
Breach of trust
Breach of trust
People’s experiences of the
Pakistan floods and their aftermath,
July 2010 – July 2011