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Assessing vulnerabilities to disaster displacement - A good practice review - Working Paper

7 December 2021


The UNDRR’s guidelines for reducing risk, Understanding how communities and households may addressing impacts and strengthening resilience be vulnerable to and from disaster displacement is (UNDRR, 2019) emphasise that data and analysis vital for programmes and projects to minimise disaster of the different dimensions and dynamic nature of displacement risks or respond to displacement crises vulne. [...] These data are necessary both as inputs into displacement risk assessment tools (to improve the Overall, there is a strategic need for DRR stakeholders accuracy of displacement assessments) and as outputs to better understand who is vulnerable to displacement of the models to understand which groups of people and who is resilient in the context of escalating climate are likely to be displaced, dis. [...] A growing body of and displacement risk, providing valuable lessons research indicates that the most vulnerable are likely on how and where to collect localised vulnerability to stay close to home due to the existence of support data and how to conceptualise local-level resilience networks, a lack of resources to migrate, and other (Chapter 5), and reasons. [...] as the combination of the severity and frequency of a Sensitivity is the degree to which a system is affected hazard, the number of people and assets exposed to − adversely or beneficially − by natural, human-induced that hazard, and their vulnerability to damage. [...] where the central aim is to maintain the essence and Disaster displacement refers to situations where integrity of a system) or transformative (actions that people are forced to leave their homes or places of change the fundamental attributes of a system in habitual residence due to a disaster or to avoid the response to climate change and its impacts).