The aim of the session is to make the case for the urgent need to close the gap between knowledge and action at local levels with the aim to improve disaster risk management and enable local stakeholders and authorities to enhance resilience and achieve
This session will discuss approaches to assessment in complex and interconnected disaster-conflict events, including the role of disaster-conflict recovery assessment toward integrated recovery frameworks.
The session will share experiences in managing recovery from complex crises. This will include a focus on successful institutional arrangements, management practices and other innovative solutions that can be replicated or adapted to a range of contexts.
The session will address the exclusion of women in critical recovery decisions in post-conflict, disaster prone settings, and the COVID-19 pandemic. It will share experiences and lessons for risk-informed, sustainable and equitable recovery for all.
In this session, policy options for recovery, pandemic lessons learned, and strategies for strengthening health system resilience will be discussed for the post COVID-19 recovery phase ensuring health security.
This event will shed light on how, given the need to rapidly provide assistance to those in need and at the same time comply with social distancing measures, countries had to innovatively design, implement and finance social protection measures.