World Disasters Report

World Disasters Report 2014 Focus on culture and risk

World Disasters Report 2013

Focus on technology and the future of humanitarian action

World Disasters Report 2011- Focus on hunger and malnutrition

“ Hunger and malnutrition are the worst enemies of humankind. They deny to children – even at bir...

World Disasters Report 2009 - Focus on early warning, early action

“ Timely, preventive response to disaster risk requires effective early warning systems that are...

World Disasters Report 2012 - Focus on forced migration and displacement

Forced displacement is one of the most acute and visible consequences of disasters and conflict....

World Disasters Report 2010 - Urban Risk

Download the complete report   (5.2 Mb, 220 pages) ePub version ePub file can be read on any eboo...

World Disasters Report 2008 - Focus on HIV and AIDS

“ The link between vulnerability to HIV and humanitarian disaster has long been recognized; yet w...

From 1993 to 2006

The World Disasters Report is about people and disasters. It is about those vulnerable people who are most likely to be affected by disasters and the local institutions which provide the mainstay of disaster prevention, preparedness and relief. The first edition appeared in 1993. You can find out more about those previous edition here.

Press release

Disaster risk and recovery projects fail if we ignore how people really relate to risk, warns new Red Cross Red Crescent Report

This year, the World Disasters Report takes on a challenging theme as it questions why culture is...

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