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The Sendai Report : Managing Disaster Risks for a Resilient Future : The Sendai report : managing disaster risks for a resilient future (English)

This report argues that the practice of disaster risk management (DRM) is a defining characteristic of resilient societies, and should therefore be integrated, or 'mainstreamed', into all aspects of development. The report will inform the Development Committee at the annual meetings 2012, and support discussion at the Sendai dialogue, a special event co-organized by the Government of Japan and the World Bank as part of the Annual Meetings program. This event will engage delegates on the importance of mainstreaming DRM, drawing upon the lessons from the great East Japan earthquake and tsunami of 2011, and other disasters. This paper includes the following headings: disasters and development: an alarming trend; disaster risk management in action; national policies and planning; International Development Cooperation; disaster risk management at the World Bank; the way forward: priorities and opportunities; and glossary and references.

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  • Author

    Ghesquiere,Francis, Reid, Prashant Robert

  • Document Date

    2012/05/01

  • Report Number

    80608

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2013/08/26

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    The Sendai report : managing disaster risks for a resilient future

  • Keywords

    Disaster Risk;disaster and climate risk management;disaster risk financing and insurance;disaster prevention and preparedness;business continuity plan;vulnerability to climate change;Resilient Recovery and Reconstruction;disaster risk management framework;vulnerability to natural disasters;international climate change agreement;millennium development goal;impact of climate change;early warning system;natural hazard;impact of disaster;risk management strategy;risk management capacity;Natural Resource Management;incentives for risk;Disaster Risk Reduction;loss of life;Public Debt Management;international development community;burden of disaster;risk assessment;death from flood;assessment of risk;risk management approach;commodity price volatility;degradation of ecosystem;Fiscal Risk Management;Development Policy Loan;probability of occurrence;law and regulation;overseas development institute;delivery of service;severe flash flooding;assessing risk;Climate Risk Assessment;contingent credit line;catastrophe risk transfer;social protection strategy;highly indebted country;level of governance;Catastrophe Risk Insurance;risk reduction intervention;population at large;construction of school;aspect of disaster;communities at risk;knowledge and learning;division of labor;international air travel;rapid economic development;country income group;financial protection mechanism;fragile and conflict;international policy framework;ministries of finance;disaster prone area;concentration of population;land use planning;communications development;impact of conflict;sea level rise;emergency response plan;Natural Event;climate adaptation;risk identification;territorial planning;disaster losses;supply chain;critical infrastructure;contingent liabilities;legislative framework;disaster resilience;insured loss;fiscal balance;small island;contingent liability;

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Citation

Ghesquiere,Francis Reid, Prashant Robert

The Sendai Report : Managing Disaster Risks for a Resilient Future : The Sendai report : managing disaster risks for a resilient future (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/851321468339912993/The-Sendai-report-managing-disaster-risks-for-a-resilient-future