8 resource(s) found
June, 2018
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All women groups involved in BRIGE program of Mercy Corps Indonesia/MCI (i.e.Totimori in ...
April, 2018
Author: Trang Hoang
It is undeniable shortage and evidently uneven distribution of knowledge and information, resources, support that will be necessary for various social groups to cope with shocks and stresses, maintain services and bounce back afterwards of which children and women are among the most...
April, 2018
Author: Julisa Tambunan
In Asia and the Pacific, there are 717 million young people aged 15 to 24, comprising 60% of the world’s youth. In Bangladesh, climate change has been linked to an increase in the number of girls forced into child marriage or prostitution in cities, often by desperate parents that have no...
January, 2018
Author: Sarah Reed, Ana Carolina Ogando, Poonsap Suanmuang Tulaphan, Chidchanok Samantrakul, Pannee Towakulpanich
"Informal Workers in Bangkok: A Scan of Four Occupational Sectors" explores key issues facing street vendors, motorcycle taxi drivers, home-based workers (both sub-contracted and self-employed), and domestic workers in Thailand's capital city.  Findings are based on 11 focus...
November, 2017
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Recent regional climate change projections have consequences for human systems, particularly for developing countries in Asia and the Pacific. ...
April, 2017
Author: Yu Sing
This presentation is presented in ACCCRN Resilience Talk: Linking Cities and Ecosystem, Jakarta, 21 April 2017. Yu Sing talked about how architecture can give impact to many aspects in life and development. He explained how nature contribute in the development of the cultural community value and...
April, 2017
Author: University of Hawaii
In 2016 the University of Hawaii (UH) partnered with Diponegoro University (UNDIP) in a joint studio/practicum project to work on an urban resilience project in collaboration with the Resilience Office of the City of Semarang, Indonesia. The Resilience Office had two core objectives for the...
October, 2016
Author: Acclimatise
National Urban Policy is a tool for government and other stakeholders that can assist with achieving more sustainable urban development. It also facilitates an enabling environment that allows stakeholders to take advantage of urban opportunity. How to address climate change in cities and human...