UN-HABITAT/ The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
Post-conflict assessment and reconstruction, Land and Housing, Risk and Disaster Management
By the end of 2009, over 43 million people worldwide had been forcibly displaced due to conflict and persecution. In addition, during 2009, 335 reported natural disasters killed over 10,000 people and affected more than 119 million people. The corresponding scale of global shelter need has required a diversity of approaches that go beyond simple design solutions. Spanning humanitarian responses from over 60 years, Shelter Projects 2009 is the second annual compilation of shelter programmes. The project summaries included aim to illustrate some of the project options available to organisations working in both post disaster and post conflict situations, as well as to support learning from the strengths and weaknesses of different projects. The focus of this book is on projects that maximise emergency response funds to support sustainable recovery.
UN-HABITAT, Shelter Projects 2009 (UN-HABITAT/ The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 2010)