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Contributed by

Dushyant Mohil

Subject

IRM, DRR, CCA, EMR, Landscapes, Climate Finance, Livelihoods, Gender, Social Protection, Investments, Planning, Policy, Climate Information, Water, Ecosystem services, Integrated water resource management

Other

GPDP, PRI, Panchayat

Country

India

Date

17 June 20

Credit

Aditi Sharan, Dushyant Mohil

Document type

Case study, Article, Toolkit, Policy brief

Caption

Policy Brief: planning for risk informed development - Guidelines to the Grassroots on integrated risk management in local development plans

Notes

PLANNING FOR RISK INFORMED DEVELOPMENT
Guidelines to the Grassroots

Document extract

The Government guidelines on the preparation of Gram Panchayat Development Plans (GPDPs) clearly outlines the significance of incorporating disaster and climate change related risks as part of the planning process. However, at the operational level, the capacity of the people drafting these plans are not yet strengthened enough to be including these components in the plans. Hence, it is important to bring the guidelines into practice for the preparation of GPDPs and build the capacity of the local governing bodies for better preparedness to and mitigation of disaster risks and building community resilience against disasters.

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