Gender and Disability Inclusion in Post-Disaster Rebuilding ‘Build Back Better’ Programmes in Sri Lanka: A Literature Review
Kaluarachchi, Y., Mendis, A. and Thayaparan, M. (2020). Gender and Disability Inclusion in Post-Disaster Rebuilding ‘Build Back Better’ Programmes in Sri Lanka: A Literature Review. 13TH FARU International Research Conference - FARU 2020. Institute of Technology University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka 06 - 09 Nov 2020 University of Moratuwa.
|Authors||Kaluarachchi, Y., Mendis, A. and Thayaparan, M.|
In the last decade, many South Asian developing countries have suffered natural dis-asters. Severe disaster destruction results in an overwhelming need to rebuild hous-ing and infrastructure within a brief amount of time. United Nation Development Programme has sought to make this reconstruction program a "Build Back Better (BBB)" opportunity, hence gender inequality and marginalisation of people with disa-bilities remain a problem in many countries. Although the international community has sought to promote this resilience and inclusion, the Post-Disaster Rebuilding (PDR) process still overlooks these sectors of society and their needs. Therefore, this paper aims to bring in literature synthesis addressing gender and disability inclusion in PDR ‘BBB’ programmes in Sri Lanka. Besides, involvement in the mitigation of vulnerability and community resilience to disaster risks and relocation was found to play a significant role. Vulnerability and the risk of disasters can be dramatically re-duced by ensuring a culture of disaster prevention and resilience for all segments of populations, particularly rural areas, girls and women, and the disabled. All aspects of socially inclusive, formal, and non-formal commitments are important to take their desires and requirement into consideration.
|Keywords||Build Back Better; Disability; Gender; Post Disaster Rebuilding|
|Publisher||University of Moratuwa|
|Accepted author manuscript|
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|06 Nov 2020|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||20 Sep 2020|
|Deposited||26 Nov 2020|
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