Disaster Risk Reduction in emergencies

Hora y duración
Ciudad: 
London
Información básica
Fecha: 
03/02/2014 - 07/02/2014
País: 
United Kingdom
Organizadores del evento: 

RedR - United Kingdom

Idioma del evento: 
English
Detalles del entrenamiento
Tipo de entrenamiento evento: 
Evento de entrenamiento
Training Target Audience: 
The course is designed to benefit field practitioner staff of INGOs, NGOs, CBOs and goverment department staff responsible for disaster risk reduction.
Is a certificate Issued?: 
No certificate issued or not known

What does the course cover?

  • Basic Disaster management terms and concepts
  • Hyogo Framework
  • Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) Framework for DRR
  • Introduction to hazard, vulnerability and capacity assessment (HVCA)
  • Introduction to community participatory tools and techniques
  • Organising and conducting a participatory risk assessment
  • Planning DRR strategies appropriate to the context
  • Monitoring and evaluating the impact of DRR strategies
  • How to incorporate DRR into various humanitarian sectors

By the end of the course participants will be able to: 
 

  • Describe the components of disaster risk management
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the humanitarian context and underlying principles that inform disaster risk reduction
  • Conduct a risk analysis that effectively identifies hazards, capacities and vulnerabilities
  • Identify community vulnerability and capacities to deal with natural hazards
  • Identify the stages of the disaster management cycle and appropriate DRR activities at each stage
  • Understand ways of strengthening the participation of local aid workers and different organisations in overall mechanisms of disaster risk reduction
  • Build collaborative partnerships and effectively coordinate DRR activities with key stakeholders
  • Monitor and evaluate risk reduction impacts of programmes
  • Effectively navigate the resources relating to DRR and resilience that can inform activities
  • Describe the importance of using a participatory approach throughout the disaster management cycle