Crisis Prevention and Recovery

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CPR Final Report

The Community Recovery Programme (CRP) was founded in 1998 by a consortium of 27 national NGOs. Its primary mandate was to provide a rapid response to Indonesia’s crisis, delivering aid quickly, in a transparent and ac-countable manner to communities which other-wise had notmore

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CPR Update 2008

Circulated in February 2008, the first issue of the UNDP Indonesia Crisis Prevention and Recovery(CPR) Update provided a general overview of UNDP’s CPR portfolio working in conjunction with the Government of Indonesia and other key partners. more

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CPR Update January 2008

Aimed at highlighting current issues pertaining to our mandate of crisis prevention, recovery and peace building within the development sector, this publication is produced in close collaboration with our Government of Indonesia counterparts and highlights the many areas of ourmore

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OUR WORK - CRISIS PREVENTION AND RECOVERY

In 2011, UNDP, in close partnership with the Government of Indonesia, worked to ensure policy and regulatory frameworks were in place to increase Indonesia’s resilience to crisis and external shocks. UNDP has also continued to strengthen the capacity of national and subnational institutions, and that of multistakeholder forums, in conflict prevention, postcrisis recovery, and risk reduction. Assistance to these institutions and forums has included support to the development and application of appropriate crisis management tools and mechanisms.

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