Tools for climate and disaster risk assessment
Overview of FAO’s damage and loss assessment methodology e-learning coursePDF
This fact sheet describes an e-learning course which is part of a series to introduce the Damage and Loss (D&L) methodology, developed by FAO to support countries to generate precise and holistic data for the agricultural sector. D&L can be used for national Disaster Risk...
FAO’s Damage and Loss Assessment methodology to monitor the Sendai Framework’s Indicator C2 and the Enhanced Transparency Framework (ETF)PDF
The FAO’s Damage and Loss (D&L) assessment methodology makes it possible to evaluate the impact of disasters on the agriculture sectors. It is a useful tool for developing evidence-based policies for reducing risk and building resilience in these sectors. It also helps countries report on...
Mainstreaming climate risk management into FAO programmingPDF
This brochure details the steps FAO is taking to mainstream climate risk management in project design, focusing on the conceptualization and design phases of the project cycle.
Introduction to FAO's damage and loss assessment methodologyWebsite
This course is part of a series which introduces the FAO Damage and Loss (D&L) methodology to support countries in generating precise and holistic data for the agricultural sector. Lesson one covers the need to assess disaster impact in agriculture: and lesson two covers the D&L...
Screening for climate change and disaster risks in development projectsWebsite
This short e-course walks you through the logical steps of the screening process essential to identify relating climate change and disaster risks at an early stage of investment programs and to integrate appropriate resilience measures to cope with the risks.
Climate risk assessment at community level in the agriculture sectorPDF
This module identifies the tools and methods needed for assessing climate-related risks at community level. It introduces some of the key concepts and steps for climate risk assessment in the context of livelihood adaptation to climate change in agriculture.
FAO’s methodology for damage and loss assessment in agriculturePDF
This paper presents the FAO Damage and Loss Assessment methodology as a framework for identifying, analyzing and evaluating the impact of disasters on agriculture, including crops, livestock, aquaculture, fisheries and forestry. Its potential is explored as a strategic tool for assembling and...
Disaster risk management systems analysis: A guidebookPDF
This guidebook provides a set of tools and methods to assess existing structures and capacities of national, district-level and local institutions responsible for disaster risk management (DRM). It aims at improving their effectiveness and integrating DRM concerns into development planning, with...
Climate resilient practices. Typology and guiding material for climate risk screeningPDF
The objective of this publication is to support the climate risk screening of agricultural investment projects. Climate risk is based on the exposure, main climate hazards, vulnerabilities and the adaptive capacity of the agricultural, social, and ecological systems targeted by a given project....
National and policy climate and disaster risk screening toolPDF
This tool helps development practitioners screen key national development goals and associated priority sectors for risks from climate variability and change, as well as from geophysical disasters. The tool is intended to help mainstream climate and disaster-risk reduction into strategic planning...
Climate and disaster risk screening toolsWebsite
These self-paced tools provide a structured and systematic process for understanding climate and disaster risks at an early stage of program and project development. The tools do not provide a detailed risk analysis. They are intended to help determine the need for further studies, consultation...
The livelihood assessment toolkit. Analysing and responding to the impact of disasters on the livelihoods of peoplePDF
This toolkit assesses the impact of disasters on livelihoods and the capacity and opportunities for recovery and increased resilience to future events.
Methodologies and guidelines
|Kind of Activities||Analysing and modelling climate change|
|Collection Updated||January 2022|