Disaster Risk Assessment is a key element of decision and policy-making process. Rather than an activity, it can be viewed as a multi-disciplinary process, allowing for the identification, quantification and understanding of the extent and impacts of the risks a community is facing. It can be performed at different level (from local to national and regional), in a multi-purpose framework (urban planning, spatial planning, emergency planning, etc.) and by a single or multi-risk approach.
The Programme’s 2017 achievements and future plans presented in Belarus
PPRD East 2 – 4th NAG BY Press release.EN
PPRD East 2 – 4th NAG UA meeting press release.EN