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Building Resilience of the Urban Poor

A case study of an innovative bottom-up resilience project implemented by slum dwellers in Malawi. It highlights the importance of keeping affected communities at the centre of resilience building and the inspiring strengths of the slums taking a lead in their own development.


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Using Data to Improve Lives

How can sharing data make humanitarian response more efficient and effective, thereby supporting states in achieving the SDGs, becoming more resilient, and recovering faster from crises? The OCHA Centre for Humanitarian Data was established to increase the use and impact of data in humanitarian response. How can making data easier to find, share, and use improve the efficiency and effectiveness of humanitarian response, and in turn the likelihood of achieving the SDGs?


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September 24, 12:45
12:45 — 13:15EST(GMT-4) (30′)

SDG Action Zone

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