- Training Course
- RedR - United Kingdom
- 09-13 Sep 2013
- Pakistan (Hyderabad)
- English, Urdu
The community-based disaster risk management for field practitioner course provides the opportunity to learn essential knowledge and skill in community-based disaster risk management to address implementation challenges in a systematic manner. The field practitioners will be provided with practical tools for design and implementation of programmes for reducing disaster risks and vulnerability and building of community capacity to promote a culture of safety.
What does the course cover?
- Basic DM terms and concepts
- Context and significance
- Hyogo Framework
- National Disaster Management Framework
- CBDRR process
- Selection and communication with community
- Inclusion of vulnerable groups in CBDRM
- Introduction to HVCA
- Community participatory tools and techniques
- CBDRR planning
- Community managed implementation
- Community preparedness and response
- Participatory monitoring and evaluation
- Advocacy for sustaining community based DRR
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Explain the conceptual framework in reducing risk
- Design and conduct community- based vulnerability and capacity assessment
- Identify measures for hazards and vulnerability reduction and community capacity building
- Prepare risk reduction plans and understand how to integrate them into development programmes
- Analyze problems in the implementation of Community-Based Disaster Risk Management plans and their sustainability
- Document best practice and lesson learnt in Community-Based Disaster Risk Management
Event feeUN agencies/foreign missions/INGOs/ NGOs with foreign affiliation: 42,553/-PKR; NGOs/government ministries: 31,915/-PKR. Inclusive of all taxes.
Target audienceNGO's, INGO's, CBO's, DRR practioner, UN agencies, government departments and individuals.
How to register
Please register online.
- Capacity Development, Community-based DRR, Risk Identification & Assessment, Governance, Vulnerable Populations