Sendai Framework Monitor Prototype Consultation

24 May 2017
10:00 - 11:30
Arena F view map
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
Mr. Marc Gordon (
Ms. Rhea Katsanakis (
Participation: Public
Accessible: Yes
Primary floor language: English
Interpretation: Yes [FR, ES]
ISL Interpretation: No
Live Broadcast: No
Remote Participation: No

An important feature of the Sendai Framework is a strong and inclusive monitoring and reporting mechanism. Global Monitoring of the Sendai Framework will assist member states to set nationally defined targets and indicators to measure national disaster risk reduction strategies, providing them with analysis that can be applied to country-specific context, while enabling them to report on the Sendai Framework global targets and disaster-related aspects of other frameworks such as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement. The monitoring tool is also expected to inform national policy decision-making and course correction actions.
The working session will consult member states on a prototype of the Sendai Framework Monitor. The session will feature a presentation of the Sendai Framework Monitor prototype and its main analytical functions, as well as levels of application (global, regional, national, local). The experiences of countries and one regional intergovernmental entity, which participated in a piloting exercise will be shared. The feedback from the session will inform the build-process of the Sendai Framework Monitor.


Sendai Framework Monitor Consultation