- Training Course
- RedR - United Kingdom
- 12-14 Mar 2013
- Pakistan (Islamabad)
- House 227-A, Service Road (North), F-10/3
Disaster risk reduction (DRR) is a vital element of any responsible humanitarian aid effort, as well as a crucial part of governmental planning. Both strive to ensure that when the next disaster hits, the loss of life is significantly decreased and communities have the knowledge, skills and infrastructures to rebuild their lives as quickly and effectively in a manner that fits their culture and expectations.
The modern risk management approach recognises that a wide range of geological, meteorological, environmental, technological and socio-political hazards threaten society – individually and through complex interactions. Risks are located at the point where hazards, communities and environments interact, and thus, effective risk management must address all of these aspects.
This three-day DRR training covers Disaster Risk Reduction approaches and operational issues and will provide practical skills to enable humanitarian workers to build DRR approaches into their disaster responses and local capacity building efforts.
The course will cover:
-Fundamental terminology and concepts
-DRR Framework (inc. Hyogo Framework, Pakistan National Disaster Risk Management Framework)
-Community level risk reduction
-Education, information and communication
-Different approaches between rapid and slow onset disasters including Climate Change Adaptation (CCA)
-Disaster preparedness planning
-Risk reduction after disaster
-Mainstreaming DRR across different sectors
-Monitoring and evaluation
By the end of the course you will be able to:
-Understand the DRR cycle and approaches
-Understand international, national and community based DRR framework
-Utilize participation methods, tools and operational issues
-Apply principles of good communication in raising public awareness
-Describe effects of environmental and climate factors
-Apply components of disaster management and preparedness
-Apply DRR across sectors
-Undertake project monitoring and evaluation
Event feeNGOs-19,149 PKR, INGOs-25,532 PKR
What is included in the event feeAll Prices are inclusive of government taxes
Target audienceThis course is aimed at humanitarian workers currently working within the sector and individuals involved in humanitarian responses who want to improve their knowledge of approaches to and skills for Disaster Risk Reduction.
- Capacity Development, Civil Society/NGOs, Climate Change, Community-based DRR, Education & School Safety, Environment & Ecosystems, Information Management, Advocacy & Media, Governance, Vulnerable Populations