|Title||Community-based disaster risk reduction in Indonesia and Afghanistan|
|Funded by||OxfamNovib/ ICCO and KerkinActie|
|Brief Description||This research focused on local level responses to recurrent small scale disasters and conflict in Afghanistan, Indonesia and the Philippines. In the case of small disasters, affected people largely rely on their own resources to cope with adversity. The research looked into the meaning and everyday politics of community-based disaster risk reduction processes facilitated by local NGOs.
Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction
|Researchers||PhD candidate: Annelies Heijmans|
|Key Publications||The everyday politics of disaster risk reduction in Central Java, Indonesia In: Disaster, Conflict and Society in Crisis. Everyday politics of crisis response / , HIlhorst, D.. – London and New York : Routledge Humanitarian studies (Routledge humanitarian studies 1) – ISBN 9780415640817 – p. 223 – 240.
Interactive research and the construction of knowledge in conflict-affected settings Disasters 37 (2013)s1. – ISSN 0361-3666 – p. S20 – S35.
Risky encounters : institutions and interventions in response to recurrent disasters and conflict Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Thea Hilhorst. – S.l. : s.n. – ISBN 9789461732675 – p.
University research’s role in reducing disaster risk In: The Routledge Handbook of Hazards and Disaster Risk Reduction / , Wisner, B., Gaillard, J.C., Kelman, I.. – Oxon/New York : Routledge – ISBN 9780415590655 – p. 739 – 749.
A grassroots perspective on risks stemming from disasters and conflict Humanitarian Exchange Magazine 44 (2009). – ISSN 1472-4847 – p. 34 – 35.