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Chapter 3 Project Planning

Further reading

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A. Addison and M. Ibrahim, Participatory Scenario Planning for Community Resilience (Milton Keynes: World Vision, 2013),
D. Alexander, Principles of Emergency Planning and Management (Harpenden: Terra Publishing, 2002).
C. Benson and J. Twigg, ‘Measuring Mitigation’: Methodologies for Assessing Natural Hazard Risks and the Net Benefits of Mitigation – A Scoping Study (Geneva: ProVention Consortium, 2004),
C. Benson and J. Twigg with T. Rossetto, Tools for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction: Guidance Notes for Development Organisations. Guidance Note 5: Project Cycle Management (Geneva: ProVention Consortium, 2007),
     See in particular:
     - Guidance Note 2: Collecting and using information on natural hazards
     - Guidance Note 4: Country programming
     - Guidance Note 5: Project cycle management
     - Guidance Note 6: Logical and results-based framework
     - Guidance Note 7: Environmental assessment
     - Guidance Note 9: Vulnerability and capacity analysis
     - Guidance Note 11: Social impact assessment
J. Birkmann and B. Wisner, Measuring the Un-Measurable: The Challenge of Vulnerability (Bonn: United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security, 2006),
M. Duncan et al., Integrating Science into Humanitarian and Development Planning and Practice To Enhance Community Resilience: Full Guidelines (London: CAFOD, 2014),
Emergency Capacity Building Project/International Institute for Rural Research, Leaving Disasters Behind, Chapter 4: Disaster Risk Assessment Methods and Tools, 2006,
M. Ibrahim and T. Midgley, Participatory Learning Approaches for Resilience: Bringing Conflict Sensitivity, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Climate Change Adaptation Together (Milton Keynes: World Vision UK, 2013),
K. Keipi, S. Mora Castro and P. Bastidas, Gestió de riesgo de amenazas naturales en proyectos de desarrollo: lista de preguntas de verificación (‘checklist’), Annex 3: ‘A checklist for disaster risk management within [the] project cycle’ (Washington DC: Inter-American Development Bank, 2005),
I. Kelman, J. Mercer and J. West, ‘Combining Different Knowledges: Community-based Climate Change Adaptation in Small Island Developing States’, Participatory Learning and Action, 60, 2009,
K. Pasteur, From Vulnerability to Resilience: A Framework for Analysis and Action To Build Community Resilience, Section 3: V2R Analysis and Action Rugby: Practical Action Publishing, 2011)
K. Smith, Environmental Hazards: Assessing Risk and Reducing Disaster (London and New York: Routledge, 6th edition, 2013).
E. Visman, Knowledge Is Power: Unlocking the Potential of Science and Technology To Enhance Community Resilience Through Knowledge Exchange, Network Paper 76 (London: Overseas Development Institute, 2014),