Community-based disaster risk management

Training Course
RedR - India
06-10 Dec 2012
Nepal (Kathmandu )
Hotel Greenwich

This course introduces the significance, nature & scope of Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management, and further delves in to understanding the essentials of preparedness planning. Further, it explores the process of capacity and vulnerability analysis, participatory planning and risk assessment tools, predictability, forecasting and early warning systems, use of Sphere standards in community based disaster preparedness, family level preparedness and relief and rescue, long term disaster mitigation & preparedness measures and asset building for the same. It also covers a community-based approach to project and programme planning for relief, recovery and resettlement.

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Target audience

The first responder to any disaster is invariably the disaster-hit community itself, and this course seeks to ultimately build their capacities through individuals, organisations, community members and CBOs. Thus, this course is ideally suitable for professionals (like mid-level managers and field coordinators) who engage deeply with communities and will carry out disaster management activities with them.

How to register

Please fill out the attached Registration Form and send it to [email protected]. On confirmation of availability of seat please forward your course fee to RedR India. For more details on course fee please refer the application form.


Community-based DRR, Early Warning, Recovery, Risk Identification & Assessment
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