The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) is inviting its partners, institutions and people interested in Disasters Risk Reduction from the Americas to share their Good Practices of the Private Sector in Disaster Risk Reduction.
The overall purpose of the Call for good practices of the private sector in DRR is to promote and exchange experiences on how the private sector is engaged in DRR in the Americas. The good practices can be related to how the private sector contributes to the implementation of DRR, how the private sector is making its business and community resilient, and how the private sector and the public sector work together on DRR.
If you wish to learn more about the entities that participated in the Call for Good Practices of the Private Sector in Disaster Risk Reduction, click here
For further information and questions, please contact: Melany Riquetti
Examples for Private Sector good practices:
North West Cambridge Integrated Water Management Strategy, University of Cambridge with Innovate UK.
Safe Places, Safe Communities: An Evacuation Shelter for the People of Tanauan, Philippines
United Nations city disaster resilience scorecards: USA, Chile, Angola.