Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

The Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) is a non-profit organization supporting the advancement of safer communities and sustainable development, through implementing programs and projects that reduce the impact of disasters upon countries and communities in Asia and the Pacific, by:

  • Developing and enhancing sustainable institutional disaster risk management capacities, frameworks and mechanisms, and supporting the development and implementation of government policies;

  • facilitating the dissemination and exchange of disaster risk management expertise, experience and information; and

  • raising awareness and enhancing disaster risk management knowledge and skills.


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Climate information and services in BRACED countries

This paper summarises and assesses existing weather and climate information for BRACED programme countries, including existing climate services and problems in the use of the available information.

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Indian Ocean Early Warning System (THAILAND)

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Indian Ocean Early Warning System (SRI LANKA)

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Monitoring and Reporting Progress on Community-Based Disaster Risk Management in Cambodia

This review exercise has been undertaken to provide an overview of existing community-based disaster risk reduction (CBDRR) initiatives and to assist in identifying gaps and emerging areas for development in community based disaster risk reduction and management in Cambodia.

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Livelihood Adaptation to Climate Change (LACC) Project

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