2 edition of Rapid vulnerability assessment in Sri Lanka found in the catalog.
Rapid vulnerability assessment in Sri Lanka
|Statement||J. Birkmann, N. Fernando, and S. Hettige [et al.].|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||2009346578|
Sri Lanka has been experiencing ongoing drought since the beginning of In recent months, approximately 1 million people have . A third of the estimated , IDPs in Sri Lanka live in areas controlled by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam (LTTE). Displaced people within these so-called 'un-cleared' or 'liberated areas' (terms used by the Sri Lankan government and the LTTE respectively) are at .
The commitment and hard work of the Government of Sri Lanka and its partners have led to unique opportunities for environmental recovery. Sri Lanka, the “resplendent country”, is among the world’s richest in biodiversity, fertility, and the beauty and . climate change risk and vulnerability assessment during preparation of projects at risk; technical and economic evaluation of adaptation options; identification of adaptation options in project design; and. monitoring and reporting of the level of risk and climate-proofing measures.
two major cities of India and Sri Lanka in the context of climate change, rapid urbanization and population growth: a vulnerability assessment approach About the project This project aims to re-examine the current urban water use system and propose a new one to cope up with the future climate change, rapid urbanization and. This led to the establishment of the PACSA project, which is investigating the capacity of farmers, policy-makers, the agrochemical industry and other stakeholders in Sri Lanka to adapt to phosphorus scarcity and climate change via the development and testing of a novel rapid integrated vulnerability assessment framework.
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Rapid vulnerability assessment in Sri Lanka: post-tsunami study of two cities: Galle and Batticaloa Birkmann, Jörn et al. Externe Publikationen () Bonn: United Nations Univ., Institute for Environment und Human Security (UNU-EHS). Beach erosion induced by sea level rise is a critical problem in Sri Lanka.
Because accelerated sea level rise can be expected in the near future as a result of global warming, the country’s beaches may be further eroded, putting pressure on its coastal settlements, commercial activities, and land use by: 2.
Climate Change Vulnerability Data Book. Water for Domestic Needs and Irrigation. Water satisﬁes a basic human need, and is a vital resource for the proper functioning of all sectors of Sri Lanka’s economy, be it agriculture, health, energy, File Size: 3MB.
This report presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations from a Rapid Assessment of Jobs for the 21st Century for Sri Lanka, jointly sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development/Bureau of Asia and the Near East (USAID/ANE) and the USAID Mission in Sri Lanka (USAID/SL).
Rapid Situation Assessment of Transgender Persons in Sri Lanka Final Draft Submitted by: Institute for Participatory Interaction in Development (IPID) No. 23, P. Ruban Peiris Mawatha, Kalubowila, Dehiwala, Sri Lanka Telephone:/Fax: December Geography - Sri Lanka, an island in the Indian Ocean is located to the south of the Indian subcontinent.
The total land area is 65, sq. A length of km. and breadth of km. encompasses tropical Sri Lanka Rapid Assessment and Gap Analysis. The present study is an assessment of potential barriers based on literature data and the Sri Lankan case-study. While assessments of the type of threat considered in this work (ocean surges) are challenging due to the spatial scale involved and the inherent complexity of (short-term) wave-landscape interactions, Cited by: 1.
Sri Lanka was once again affected by severe floods and landslides, in May While the spread of disaster situation was confined only to 15 districts compared to the 24 districts in the previous year, increased incidents of landslides and deaths in made the situation equally challenging. Source: Rapid risk assessment - Novel Corona virus nCoV, China.
30 Januaryv4. WHO The WHO Director General has declared on 30 January that the outbreak of novel coronavirus (nCoV) is a global public health emergency based on the recommendations of the International Health Regulations () Emergency Committee.
Today, CARE and the International Rescue Committee published a Rapid Gender Assessment of the COVID pandemic based on secondary data analysis undertaken between March, The analysis was undertaken to explore the current and potential gendered dimensions of COVID and highlights the ways in which women, girls and other.
The main objectives of this vulnerability assessment to estimate local area vulnerability to. potential climate change impacts and rovide the context for local government decision. makers to develop local climate change adaptation and mitigation plans as a response to the.
V&AA results. VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT Formulation of a City Development Strategy for Sri Lankan Cities to Response Climate Change; NMC Area. 2 | P a g e. Climate Change refers to any change in climate over time, whether due to natural variability.
or because of human activity. FIGURE 6 Vulnerability of the drinking water sector in Sri Lanka to flood exposure _____ 20 FIGURE 7 Vulnerability of the drinking water sector in Sri Lanka to sea level rise exposure _____ 21 List of Tables TABLE 1 Estimated surface water area of lakes, tanks and reservoirs in Sri Lanka _____ 5File Size: 2MB.
Hettiarachchi et al. present a case study of tsunami risk assessment and management in the Port City of Galle in Sri Lanka. A vulnerability map was developed based on a simplified approach, considering the following critical parameters: population and its distribution, the status of the buildings/infrastructure, exposure to the hazard, distance from the sea, elevation, and Author: Navaratnarajah Sathiparan.
Sri Lanka Rapid Post Disaster Needs Assessment Floods and Landslides, May ISBN Published by the Ministry of Disaster.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s). Publication does not imply endorsement by the UNU-EHS or the United Nations University of any of the views expressed.
ISBN (printed version) ISBN (electronic version) The European. Natural hazards result in substantial human movement and displacement. As the world approaches the yearscientists expect that tipping points will be exceeded and rapid-onset natural hazard events will increase (IPCC, ).Cited by: 8.
RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING IN SRI LANKA: A CASE STUDY By D.L. Dent and L.K.P.A. Goonewardene The Environmental Planning Group The International Institute for Environment and Development London ISBN: 1 1File Size: KB. assessment provides new insights into disaster risks in Sri Lanka.
The analysis indicates that regular flooding events can move tens of thousands of Sri Lankans into transient poverty at once, hindering the country’s recent progress on poverty eradication and shared prosperity.
As metricsFile Size: 2MB. Severe Tropical Cyclone Harold crossed land on the northern island of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu, in the afternoon of the 5th April With winds up to km per hour, TC Harold was graded at Category 5, the largest cyclone to hit Vanuatu since TC Pam 5 years ago on 13 March TC Harold travelled straight through the Sanma, Malampa, Penama and Torba provinces and also.
17 Self-assessment of coping capacity: Participatory, proactive, and qualitative engagement of communities in their own risk management. Ben Wisner 18 Measuring vulnerability in Sri Lanka at the local level. Jo¨rn Birkmann, Nishara Fernando, Siri HettigeFile Size: 5MB.Development of a four hazard-specific toolkit (drought, flood, landslide and chronic kidney diseases of unknown aetiology) for needs and vulnerability assessment in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector included community consultations with district, divisional and community stakeholders in four selected districts of Sri Lanka, which are highly prone to the Author: Aslam Saja, Prasad Bhagwan Sevekari.Negombo, Sri Lanka: Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment 4 | Page Climate Change refers to any change in climate over time, whether due to natural variability or because of human activity.
Vulnerability is the degree to which a system is susceptible to, or unable to cope with, adverse effects of climate change, including climate variability and extremes.