Sendai Framework Implementation
- David; Timothy Wilcox
Since the adoption of the Sendai Framework countries and stakeholders have now accrued considerable experience in implementing risk reduction. Additionally, since the release of the Sendai Framework Monitor in early 2018, a body of evidence based on data submitted by Member States has been collected. Even with a global framework and accompanying detailed guidance on its implementation, practice across all stakeholders and Member States can vary significantly due to many diverse factors, and in some instances can be a challenge to accurately assess and measure progress.
This working session examined global progress in implementing the Sendai Framework and identifying practical actions and recommendations to accelerate implementation. It did this through looking at implementation progress to date (including use of the online Sendai Framework Monitor) as presented by a variety of partners such as developed and developing countries, civil society and the private sector. The session had a particular focus on sharing experiences of successfully overcoming these and other challenges.
Marcie Roth, Chief Executive Officer at Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies
Kamal Kishore, Member, NDMA, India
Mohamed Hassaan Felfel Abdelsameaa, Executive Director of Crisis Management and Disaster Risk Reduction Sector, Egyptian Cabinet - Information and Decision Support Center Egypt
Martha Herrera Gonzalez, Global Director of Corporate Social Responsibility CEMEX
Maria Veronica Bastias, Latin America and Caribbean Development Coordinator Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction
Ricardo Mena, Chief, Supporting and Monitoring Sendai Framework Implementation Branch, UNDRR
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