- Training Course
- Indepth Research Services (IRES)
- 28 Aug - 01 Sep 2017
- Kenya (Nairobi)
Disasters and development are linked closely in that disasters can both destroy development initiatives and create development opportunities, and that development schemes can both increase and decrease vulnerability.
This course views responsibility in reducing disaster occurrence as a shared undertaking that goes far beyond improved disaster or emergency response. It gives explicit priority to assessing and building on household and community capabilities in at-risk communities, so that our vulnerability reduction efforts are sustainable. The course takes a developmental approach to the sustainable reduction of disaster risk, in both the individual country disaster management frameworks, as well as with respect to the priorities of the Hyogo Framework for Action.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Disaster managers, councilors / political leaders but is equally relevant to those concerned with all aspects of service delivery, business continuity, poverty reduction, humanitarian action and sustainable development.
- Understanding the concept of disaster risk reduction
- Understanding of risk reduction themes
- Core concepts of adult education and development
- Disaster Risk Management