Lessons from Community-led Actions for Strengthening Disaster Resilience in Indonesia: A Case from Yogyakarta, Indonesia | Asian Development Bank

Lessons from Community-led Actions for Strengthening Disaster Resilience in Indonesia: A Case from Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Documents Produced Under Grant/Loans/TA | October 2017

Community-based women’s organizations can integrate their disaster resilience priorities into development programs and gain resources for advancing disaster resilience and recognition for their leadership. This project aimed to amplify awareness and action for resilience, as well as position grassroots women as knowledgeable actors through community-to-community networking and learning. The project is one of a number of community resilience-focused pilot projects recently funded in Southeast Asia by ADB's Integrated Disaster Risk Management Fund and executed by civil society organizations. In Indonesia, the project was implemented by YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU).

Documents produced under projects are material produced in the course of the project, or as outputs. This document dated October 2017 is provided for the ADB project 47228-001.