AUTHOR: World Wildlife Fund Environment & Disaster Management Program LAST UPDATED: n/a TYPE OF TOOL: knowledge platform KEYWORDS: humanitarian action, environmental management, land and land use, water, shelter, climate adaptation, risk reduction, restoration, World Wildlife Fund, knowledge platform FORMAT: web site LANGUAGES: English WEB LINK: http://envirodm.org/ (WWF Environment & Disaster Management Program) http://envirodm.org/helpdesk (help desk […]
Website/platform on post-disaster recovery. Overviews of disasters with links to publications. Many resources: tools, guidelines, case studies, news, reports, multimedia, training info, events.
Website for humanitarian information on global crises and disasters. Disaster and crisis updates and reports, maps, info-graphics, job announcements and learning opportunities and events.
Central website for information management tools and services, enabling information exchange among operational responders during emergencies. Guidance notes and policies, toolboxes, data, links.
Knowledge platform for addressing camp management challenges. Reports and publications, links to relevant websites, information on experts and upcoming conferences and meetings.
Searchable database. Contains copies of USAID environmental impact assessments. Database updated as new documents are approved. Summary information on assessment and link to actual document.
Outlines impacts for activities in various sectors; provides guidance for sector program design, environmental mitigation and monitoring guidance. Annotated bibliography of resources.
Website with resources on environmental compliance, best practices, and references. Companion to MEO Handbook. Meant to help mainstream environmentally sound design and management.
How-to guide for environmental needs assessment. How ENA team should organize. Key issues. Approaches to stakeholder consultations. Integrating cross-cutting issues. How to present information.
Handbook on methods to identify and quantify social, economic, environmental disaster damages. Identifies priority sectors and regions. Estimates capacities to handle damage. Applicable to all disasters.