This report contributes to deepening our collective understanding of the potential role of disaster risk reduction within the humanitarian-development-peace (HDP) nexus; a gap identified as part of the consultative processes leading up to the Midterm Review of the Sendai Framework. Drawing on an extensive review of published material as well as insights from experts, this report showcases examples of disaster risk management (DRM) policy, practice and financing as it relates to the HDP nexus.


This includes disaster risk reduction (DRR) linked to humanitarian action; adapted to conflict and crisis contexts; and collaborations to advance action on systemic risks. Organized on the four Sendai Framework priorities, it provided examples for over 30 of the Sendai Framework priority areas, leading to over 60 actionable recommendations.


Full report from United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction



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