Book & Publications

The Lighthouse Women: Lighting Our Climate Future

 


Women and Disasters in South Asia: Survival, Security and Development

A book published by Routledge India on June 16, 2016. This book will interest scholars and researchers of disaster management, rehabilitation studies, gender, environment, ecology and sociology and be useful to institutions dealing with natural and man-made disasters, non-governmental organisations and disaster recovery professionals.


Community-Led Partnerships for Resilience

Published by World Bank-Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) on March 16, 2015. It is part of GFDRR’s effort to establish an evidence base documenting the important role community based civil society actors play in demonstrating and accelerating the implementation of locally appropriate risk reduction and resilience strategies.


Building Women’s Leadership and Fostering Collaborations toward Community Disaster Resilience

This document report was intended to equip women from resource-poor communities to shape community disaster resilience agendas and practices on the ground. The report captures the innovations, good practices and impact of the project that unfolded in India.


Forced Migration: Review

This document report was intended to equip women from resource-poor communities to shape community disaster resilience agendas and practices on the ground. The report captures the innovations, good practices and impact of the project that unfolded in India.


Workshop Series “Gender Impacts of Disaster & Disaster Reconstruction Process”

Presented by All India Disaster Mitigation Institute, Ahmedabad and The Prajnya Trust, Chennai Organized by Tamil Nadu State Land Use Research Board State Planning Commission Ezhilagam, Chepauk, Chennai , India to provide insights and lessons that will add value.


Women’s Participation in Disaster Relief and Recovery – 2007

The detailed case studies provides examples of how low-income women who have lost everything can form groups and become active participants in the relief and recovery process. The article also examines the roles that NGOs and government policy and procedures play in facilitating (or impeding) women’s involvement.


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