Disaster Risk Reduction

Disaster risk reduction (DRR) is a term used for reducing and preventing the effects of a disaster. It is not only building secure houses in earthquake areas, implementing early warning systems for tsunamis and managing food resources to avoid famine, but also includes making communities disaster resilient. The PPI team has wide experience in the following DRR related Projects;

  • Multi-Hazards Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Studies
  • Community Based Disaster Risk Management
  • School Safety Programs
  • Post and pre disaster studies
  • Recovery and Rehabilitation projects
  • Climate change Studies

Past Consultancy Assignments

Impact Study Report Disaster Risk Reduction Programme , 2011

Clients: FOCUS Humanitarian Assistance, Islamabad

Rehabilitation Assessment in Flood Affected Areas of Rajanpur District, Pakistan, 2008

Clients: Oxfam Great Briton, Islamabad

Assessment of School Construction program of Plan Pakistan on Disaster Risk Reduction Perspective. 2007.

Clients: Cynosure Consultants (Pvt.) Ltd

Rehabilitation Assessment in Flood Affected Areas of Rajanpur District, Pakistan.2008

Clients: Oxfam Great Briton