Early recovery framework : submitted to the Prime Minister of Samoa : 29 September 2009 earthquake and tsunami
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- [Samoa : Govt. Printer ; Geneva, Switzerland : IASC], 2009
- 123 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.), plans ; 28 cm.
- Full contents:
- Introduction and overview
- Early recovery framework
- Table of estimated damges and losses
- Details of cost calculation for resettlement & basic social services
- Details of cost calculation for livelihoods
- Details of cost calculation for disaster risk reduction, governance and climate change
- Details of cost calcuation for health sector
- Tsunami relief shelter/house
- Water sector repairs and development
- Water sector short/medium term repairs
- Water piping details
- Early recovery needs assessment
- Education needs assessment
- Health needs assessment
- Agriculture and fisheries needs assessment
- Environmental needs assessment
- Recovery references and resources
- Compilation of relevant lesson learned
- Early recovery composition
- IASC contact list.
- Cover title.
- "October 2009" -- Cover.
- "In the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Samoa on the 29th September 2009, the Government of Samoa requested the United Nations system to undertake an early recovery needs assessment and to develop an Early Recovery Framework. An Early Recovery Team was set up under the auspices of the Government and the UN led Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC)/Pacific Humanitarian Team to provide guidance on the early recovery process. Subsequently, an integrated and multidisciplinary team under the joint leadership of the government of Samoa and the United Nations conducted an Early Recovery Needs Assessment with the participation of a wide range of partners from the IASC/PHT including government ministries, UN agencies, multilateral and bilateral partners, CROP agencies and international and national NGOs" -- p. 2.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 101)
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