Sendai

Residents walk on a road littered with debris after Super Typhoon Haiyan battered Tacloban city in central Philippines November 10, 2013. Credit: REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Blog: Disappointment in Sendai: why the fight for strong and accountable action on disaster risk reduction is now more important than ever

Exacerbated by climate change, disasters are increasingly pushing people into deeper poverty and compromising their safety. That’s why the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 agreed today in Sendai is so disappointing for Oxfam and many other organizations working with communities affected by disasters around the world.

Tropical Cyclone Olwyn, Nathan and Pam and Tropical Depression 3 March 11 2015. Image: http://bit.ly/tropical-cyclones

Blog: In the wake of Cyclone Pam, will the world’s new disaster risk reduction deal be an empty promise?

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People in Vanuatu prepare for the worst. Photo: Ben Bohane, 13 March 2015

Blog: As Cyclone Pam strikes, the world looks to Sendai for a better approach to disaster risk

Just as Tropical Cyclone Pam tears a path through the Pacific with winds of up to 280km per hour, a team of Oxfam staff and partners are gathering at the third World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, in Sendai, Japan, to call for a bold new course to reduce the risk of disasters over the next fifteen years.

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