UNDP’s work in crisis prevention and recovery helps countries prevent armed conflict, alleviate the effects of natural disasters and build back better and stronger after crises. UNDP incorporates peace-building initiatives into many of its poverty and democratic governance programmes and offers expert crisis advice to governments and communities on risk reduction. Caribbean small island developing states (SIDS) are increasingly vulnerable to natural and man-made hazards that can erase decades of development advances and further entrench poverty and inequality.
Crisis Prevention and Recovery
A Blueprint for CAP-Based Alerting Systems: Overcoming the Challenges in Small Islands Developing States December 28, 2012
Reducing Landslide Risk Using Cut Slope Stability Maps December 27, 2012