RISK Award 2015 - All India Institute of Local Self-Government (AIILSG)

"Community self assessment and planning with women’s participation for disaster risk"

Children play a key role – Disaster risk reduction in Pune

Children play a key role – Disaster risk reduction in Pune

What have drawing lessons got to do with disaster risk reduction? How can an illiterate person carry out a risk analysis? The RISK Award Project 2015 in Pune provides us with the answers to these questions. >more

International Day for Disaster Reduction: contribution by RISK Award winner Pune

International Day for Disaster Reduction: contribution by RISK Award winner Pune

Tuesday 13 October was the International Day for Disaster Reduction. Our partner, AIILSG, used this important day to stage a theatre play for children to increase their awareness of risks. >more

Strengthening the role of women and children

Strengthening the role of women and children

The winner of the 2015 RISK award AIILSG has launched its project for “community self-assessment and planning” with strong participation from women. Initial strategy meetings have produced the first successful results >more

The 2015 RISK Award goes to AIILSG, India

The 2015 RISK Award goes to AIILSG, India

The 2015 RISK Award honours and funds an innovative and sustainable project in India. The winner of the 2015 RISK Award is the All India Institute of Local Self-Government (AIILSG). Its project reduces disaster risks faced especially by women and children in a slum population. >more

Interview with Shweta Gupta, AIILSG

Interview with Shweta Gupta, AIILSG

Shweta Gupta, project coordinator for the 2015 RISK Award project, explains the elements of her work in slums and key factors for sustainability. >more

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RISK Award 2015 awardee

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