All India Disaster Mitigation
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Publications for community organisations, government agencies and organisations – (in English), Vipada Nivaran (in Hindi) and Afat Nivaran (in Gujarati) – are disseminated all across the world online. We have recently completed more than 202 issues of This success was possible due to the contribution of over 1000 writers belonging to 750 organizations from India and 41 countries, covering 17 disasters, spanning over 45 themes and 16 important national and international policy discourses. Perhaps this is the longest and largest effort to capture disaster risk reduction in action in Asia. Through this publication AIDMI has successfully enhanced knowledge and innovation for effective DRR in India and beyond.
204Building Adapt & Resilience to HeatWave
203: National Recovery and Preparednes
202 Global Recovery and Preparedness
201 Co-Creating Transformative Knowledge
200: Reaching the Last Citizen in Pandemic
199: COVID-19 Impact Education
198: Understanding Intersectionality WLDP
197: Learnig ntersectionality of Women LDR
196: The Pandemic and Reopening Schools
195: Agriculture, Gender, and COVID-19
194: COVID-19: The Missing Insights
193: COVID-19 Second Wave and Cities
192:Accountability to Affected Populations
191: The Global Impact of COVID-19
190: COVID-19 Impact in India
189: The Contribution of Dr. Ian Davis
188:The Impact of COVID-19 in Asia Pacific
187:Perspectives on the Pandemic COVID19SA
186: COVID 19 and the New Humanitarian
185: Tribute to Zenaida Delica-Willison
184:Accountability is in Everybody's Inter
183: Community Based Flood EWS
182 ShouldClean Air be a FundamentalRight?
181 Making Humanitarian Response
180: Trans-Boundary EWS in Asia
179: DRR in World Economy
178: Avoidable Deaths: A Way Ahead
177: Interplay of Disaster Risk and CC
176: investing in DRR: CSR in India
175: Understanding Recovery in AN Islands
174: Rising Risk of Heat Waves in Asia
173: Beyond AMCDRR Ulaanbaatar
172:Air Pollution Disaster in IndianCities
171: Towards AMCDRR 2018: Ulaanbaatar
170: Asian Early Warning Systems
169: Understanding Uncertainty: Views
168:DisasterRiskReduction in AndhraPradesh
167: Chattisgarh Reduces Risks
166:IndiaAccelerates in BuildingResilience
165: Knowledge Resources for CSSS in India
164: Child Centered Disaster Risk Reductio
163 Kashmir Long Term Disaster Recovery
162: School Safety and Security: Reflectio
161: India Floods 2017
160 Transformation: Initiatives Towards Re
159: Floods Again
158: Crowd Management in India
157:Implementing CancunAgenda in SouthAsia
156:Local CapacityBuilding forSaferSchools
155: Enabling Communities to Manage Risks
154: Building Resilient Communities
153: From Intent to Action: AMCDRR 2016
152: Building Resilient Cities
151: CSR and DRR
150: Enriching The Asian Regional Plan
149: Preparing for AMCDRR: AStrategicAgeda
148: First SFDRR Aligned NDMP
147: Towards Drought Free India
146: Building Resilience for All: Assam
145: Implementing COP21 Paris Agreement
144: South-South Cooperation in Action
143:Youth Leadership in Long-term Recovery
142: Emergency Management Exercise inAssam
141: The State of Children in Asian Cities
140: Post COP 21 Paris: Now What?
139: Urban Resilience & Children's Rights
138: ChildCentered Disaster ManagementPlan
137: Humanitarian Innovation for Child Dev
136: Children and Humanitarian Assistance
135: Making Smart Cities Safe
134: Rebuilding Nepal by ImplementingSFDRR
133: Disaster Microinsurance
132: Local Level Planning with Heat Wave
131: Humanitarian Action after Nepal EQ
130: Risk Insurance and Adaptation
129: Voices of Leadership from South Asia
128: Snet Urban Resilience in India
127: Understanding Drought in India
126: Managing Risk and Building Resilience
125:Children, Disasters & Cities of India
124: Successful Community-Based Adaption
123:Towards Climate Compatible Development
122: Building Resilience for All
121: Addressing Humanitarian Effectiveness
120: Managing Urban Risks in HFA2
119: Overcoming Imple Challenges for HFA2
118: Climate Change and the Himalayas
117: Risk Sensitive Heritage Conservation
116: Managing Risk and Reducing Vulnerabil
115: DRR in Hilly Regions
114: Towards Urban Resilience
113:Adding to the Agenda of the 6th AMCDRR
112: Preparing for the 6th AMCDRR
111: Safer Schools for Safer Education
110: Community-Based Adaptation
109: Towards Climate CompatibleDevelopment
108: Children in Urban Space
107: Crowd Management in Schools
106: Adaptation to Climate Change
105:Addressing HFA2: Building Comm. Resili
104: Towards a Resilient Future
103: Towards HFA2: Addressing Local Level
101: Capturing DRR Voices Since 2005
Children and Climate-Smart DRR Approach
The Child, The School and The Town
102:Climate Smart Disaster Risk Management
100: New Generation of Risk Reducers
WhenPreparednessWorks:Case ofCyclonePhaili
Building Back Better: AMoreResilientSikkim
Floods in Uttarakhand: A New Relief Deal
Learning School Safety for Making EduSafer
Towards HFA 2: Emerging Insights
Ecosystem Based Disaster Management Plan
Putting Children at the Heart of DRR
Making Guwahati Prepared
Process Oriented DDMP Pilots in India
Towards Climate Smart DRR in Asia
Strengthened and Enhanced Disaster Resilie
Making District Disaster Management Plan
Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction
Reducing Risks through CBDRR
Children and Disasters
Children and Climate Change Adaptation
Creating Awaress pertaining to Disas
School Based DRR
HAP Standard-Cover
Promoting and Protecting Rights in R
Afat Nivaran
Creating Awaress pertaining to Disaster
School Based DRR
HAP Standard
Promoting and Protecting Rights in
The Contribution of Zenaida Delica to DRR
ELS 6th LDA Case Studies
AIDMI Annual Report 2011-12
ELS School Safety
Pocket Book Voices of Children on Safety