Mainstreaming of disaster risk reduction in the education sector in Lao PDR

Integrating PDR in the school curriculum : project experience, Study on impact of disaster on the education sector, School construction : current practices and improvements needed.
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Asian Disaster Preparedness Center , Pathum Thani
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These studies on impacts of disasters on the education sector in Lao PDR, Philippines and Cambodia builds an evidence-based rationale to raise awareness on integrating DRR concerns into education policies, programs and plans and to advocate for changing practices in school construction especially in incorporating disaster risk resilient features in new school construction.

RCC Program on Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction into Development Policy, Planning and Implementation in Asia (RCC MDRD) Disaster Risk Reduction in Primary Education in Lao PDR From toNational Disaster Management Office (NDMO) and Education Sector” program of the Ministry of Education with collaboration.

The Lao PDR National Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction showed that disasters killed people with estimated economic damages at US$ million from to [].Also, disasters affected schools across the country from toresulting to 6 deaths and 52 injuries among students [].Among the disasters, fire most frequently occurs Author: Kethsana Kanyasan, Kethsana Kanyasan, Daisuke Nonaka, Athithouthay Chatouphonexay, Paul Michael Hern.

implementation strategies on disaster risk reduction and management in a school setting focused on fire disasters in Lao PDR. Methods: A case study was. Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) into sectoral policies 1.

Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) into sectoral policies Governance issues for policy development and implementation Lessons learned from the Philippines input to TOT Workshop September, Bangkok Pro-Poor Policy Approaches to Address Risk and Vulnerability at.

Working hand in hand with the Agenda, the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction is the roadmap for how we make our communities safer and more resilient to disasters.

The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in the Education Sector is a publication designed to assist governments and education practitioners in scaling up and mainstreaming climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in the education sector.

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The manual is comprised of 10 modules that identify key entry points at the. The Training of Trainers for "Promotion of Disaster Education of Schools" project was held in Makati city, Philippines, on 14th March It was organized in cooperation with SEEDS Asia, Department of Education, and Makati City Government.

9 trainers from Makati city from Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, League of Barangays, Information and Community. National governments are supposed to play a pivotal role in disaster risk management (DRM). This paper reviews trends and patterns in developing governance and Author: Mikio Ishiwatari.

Another set of Disaster Risk Reduction in Education Training Material, comprised of seven training modules, a glossary, an activity book and nine disaster awareness posters was developed.

These two sets of training packages have been used by INGOs and NGOs nationwide to train teachers, reaching o teachers since The site is a shared collection of risk reduction and response tools (inclusive of IEC), disaster management tools, climate change references, guides, manuals and modules.

Some of these items have been in the Southeast Asia Regional Office's archives, and others have recently been collected from all the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in the Southeast Asia Region.

mainstreaming disaster risk reduction in the education sector well Lao PDR Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Thailand Viet Nam disaster management and education sector plans and policies. The multi-hazard risk assessment is a central element supporting the planning for CSS.

It provides the necessary evidence to. Lao PDR Disaster Management Reference Handbook | February 11 Disaster Management Reference Handbook Series Overview The Disaster Management Reference Hand- book Series is intended to provide decision makers, planners, responders and disaster man- agement practitioners with an overview of the disaster management structure, policies, laws.

Capacity Development for Community-Based Flood Risk Management in Assam - Donors: Asian Development Bank Countries: India Operationalizing Strategic Plan for Disaster Management in Lao.

National disaster risk reduction strategy Local disaster risk reduction strategies in line with national strategy 1.a.1 Domestic resources to poverty reduction 1.a.2 Government spending on education/health/social protection Public expenditure. Urban Research Institute. Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction in the Education Sector in Lao PDR.

Thailand: Asian Disaster Preparedness Center. Strategic National Action Plan for DRR of Cambodia. Cambodia: National Committee for Disaster Management. Strategy for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction in Schools.

The overall objective of the program was to strengthen the national disaster risk management capacity of Lao Government and communities through an integrated, multi-level approach to Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Disaster Risk Management (DRM) capacity building, education and training.

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Natural disasters are a major source of risk for the poor That disasters can reverse hard-won development gains, illustrating the relationships between poverty reduction, environmental degradation and vulnerability to disasters That capacity for disaster risk reduction or the lack of it therefore lies at the heart of reducing the risk of disaster.

This publication, Public awareness and education for disaster risk reduction: key messages, is offered as a tool for practitioners internationally to use in a consensus-building validation process. National Societies, national disaster management organiza.

This guidebook has been developed to be used by local government employees, and other practitioners, engaged in mainstreaming climate smart disaster risk reduction into development planning at local government level in the Asian Region.

This paper discusses school construction using the cost, and attempts to reduce it, as the unifying. thread. Tools for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction: Guidance Notes for Development Organisations Impacts of Disaster on the Education Sector in.

A series of “learning lab” projects on disaster risk management for sustainable development (DRM-SD) have been accomplished from to in Malaysia, Vietnam, Lao PDR and Cambodia by the Centre for Global Sustainability Studies. The project is designed for professionals from the disaster risk management field to encourage integration of sustainable Cited by: 1.

his publication, A Best Practices Notebook for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation: Guidance and Insights for Policy and Practice from the CATALYST Project is one of two main CATALYST knowledge products that focus on the transformative approaches and measures that can support Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change.

Handbook for Communication on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaption gives. Date: Thursday, September 7, Women’s Union staff at grassroots level practical tools and clear instructions on how to conduct communication activities on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation for community people.

The plan sets clear targets for mainstreaming disaster risk reduction in education. The Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement has also issued the Guidance on Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction in the Education Sector, Myanmar –.

This revised appeal was developed in partnership with the Government of Lao PDR through the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) and the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) members including I/NGOs and provides the framework for a common inter-agency understanding of needs and priorities, based on the best information currently available.

Under the direction and guidance of the Deputy Representative for Programme, coordinates overall country office emergency preparedness and response and disaster risk reduction action.

Responsible for the development, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the emergency and DRR interventions, including fund-raising for emergency and DRR activities, to. Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on School Education and Disaster Risk Reduction.

October Bangkok, Thailand. Background Note. The Importance of Education for Disaster Risk Reduction. In recent years, several large scale disasters have struck vulnerable communities throughout the Asia and Pacific region.

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Disaster Resilience and Business Continuity Planning at the various level for Advocating Safety of Public and Private Hospitals, Schools, and other Critical Structures are one of the key components for mainstreaming resilience and Disaster Risk Reduction in higher education.

UNDP research and publications. As one of the world’s largest multilateral development agencies, present in over countries and territories, UNDP is on the frontlines of anticipating, understanding and acting on today’s opportunities and risks.

The International Recovery Platform / Asian Disaster Reduction Center (IRP / ADRC) HAD supported the organization of the Workshop on "Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation into Development Policies and Planning", August at the Discovery Suites, Pasig City, Philippines by dispatching a resource person.in the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, which promotes tackling the underlying disaster risk drivers, including poverty and inequality [8,9].

Providing access to universal and high-quality education for all population groups can generate important spill-over e ects for disaster risk reduction. In addition to providing universal accessAuthor: Roman Hoffmann, Daniela Blecha.Notes Summary: This document analyzes progress made in the Asia-Pacific region towards achieving the Hyogo Framework for Action’s (HFA) Priority 3, emphasizing the use of knowledge, innovation, and education to establish a culture of safety and resilience at the regional, national, and local levels.