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Chapter 2 Institutionalising DRR within organisations

Further reading

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ACT Organisational Capacity Assessment Tool (Geneva: ACT Alliance, 2014),
A. Bahadur et al., What Does It Take To Mainstream Disaster Risk Management in Key Sectors? (London: Climate and Development Knowledge Network, 2014),
J. Baker, Humanitarian Capacity-Building and Collaboration: Lessons from the Emergency Capacity Building Project, Network Paper 78 (London: Overseas Development Institute, 2014),
C. Benson and J. Twigg with T. Rossetto, Guidance Notes 3 (Poverty reduction strategies) and 4 (Country programming) in Tools for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction: Guidance Notes for Development Organisations (Geneva: ProVention Consortium, 2007),
CaDRI, Basics of Capacity Development for Disaster Risk Reduction (Geneva: Capacity for Disaster Reduction Initiative, undated),
E. Carabine et al., Institutionalising Resilience: The World Vision Story London: Overseas Development Institute/World Vision, 2014),
S. LaTrobe and I. Davis, Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction: A Tool for Development Organisations (Teddington: Tearfund, 2005).
J. P. Sarmiento (ed.), Communities of Practice and Disaster Risk Reduction, Natural Hazards Informer 5 (Boulder, CO: Natural Hazards Center, 2012),
J. Twigg and D. Steiner, ‘Mainstreaming Disaster Mitigation: Challenges to Organisational Learning in NGOs’, Development in Practice, 12 (3&4), 2002.
I. Vogel, Review of the Use of ‘Theory of Change’ in International Development (London: Department for International Development, 2012),
C. Wamsler, Operational Framework for Integrating Risk Reduction for Organisations Working in Settlement Development Planning, Disaster Studies and Management Working Paper 14 (London: UCL Hazard Centre, 2007),