The Haiti Earthquake: Lessons learnt from previous disasters
The devastating earthquake in Haiti is proving to be one of the most challenging disasters the humanitarian community has ever faced. HPN and ALNAP have a variety of resources and publications available which draw on lessons learned from past responses and operations. To access these resources, please click on the links below.
Responding to earthquakes 2008: Learning from earthquake relief and recovery operations
This paper aims to provide a distillation of the learning from 29 different earthquake responses taking place over thirty years of humanitarian responses
Responding to Urban disasters: Learning from previous relief and recovery Operations
Lessons from the Sichuan earthquake
Response to the Earthquake in Pakistan
Improving NGO coordination: lessons from the Bam earthquake
Public health in crisis-affected populations: a practical guide for decision-makers
Mobile health units in emergency operations: a methodological approach
The meaning and measurement of acute malnutrition in emergencies: a primer for decision-makers
Housing reconstruction in post-earthquake Gujarat: A comparative analysis
Protecting and assisting older people in emergencies
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