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A Conference Plan presented to DHAI through ASIAMONEY

A Conference Plan presented to DHAI through ASIAMONEY

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  • International Conference on Strategic Approach to Hazard Risk Management Sponsored By Defense Housing Authority, Islamabad Organized By
  • Presentation Pointers
    • Objectives
    • Scope & Sessions
    • Sessions and Platforms
        • SESSION ONE: Risk Identification
        • SESSION TWO: Emergency Preparedness and Response
        • SESSION THREE: Investment in Risk Reduction
        • SESSION FOUR: Capacity Building
        • SESSION FIVE: Mechanisms for Risk Transfer and Financing
    • Profile of the Participants
    • Conceptual Framework
    • Proposed PR Plan: DHAI Excellence in Disaster Response Awards
    • Financial Obligations
        • Preliminary Budget Estimate – Conference
        • Preliminary Budget Estimate – Local and Foreign Media
    • Timeline
  • Objectives
    • The main underlining objectives of the event will be:
    • INVESTOR CONFIDENCE
    • What do Pakistan’s investors need to know for their confidence to be restored
    • PUBLIC CONFIDENCE
    • How can the people of the areas surrounding the earthquake be assured that
    • plans are in place to prevent a similar disaster reoccurring
    • FUTURE STRATEGY
    • How should the government and relevant associations work together to prevent
    • another disaster? What can be learnt from the experiences of other countries?
  • Scope & Sessions
    • Asiamoney has defined the scope of the international conference in line with
    • the following critical issues identified in the Preliminary Damage and Needs
    • Assessment Report of ADB and World Bank comprising five pillars that
    • elaborate a comprehensive Hazard Risk Management approach :
    • Risk Identification
    • Emergency Preparedness and Response
    • Investment in Risk Reduction
    • Capacity Building
    • Mechanisms for Risk Transfer and Financing
    • Asiamoney proposes to organize a two-day conference comprising Five
    • Sessions based on the Strategic Hazard Risk Management Approach presented
    • by Asian Development Bank and World Bank in view of their long term financial
    • as well as technical commitments and involvement in post-disaster activities.
  • Risk Identification
    • SESSION ONE: RISK IDENTIFICATION:
    • Seismic hazard analysis
    • Multi-hazard risk assessment and mapping
    • REGIONAL AND GLOBAL RISK IDETIFICATION PLATFORMS:
    • World Seismic Safety Initiative (WSSI):
    • World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
    • Global Earthquake Safety Initiative (GESI):
    • Center for Research on Changing Earth System:
    • The Global Earth Observation System of Systems
    • Geo Hazards International
    • California Seismic Safety Commission
    • Pakistan Meteorological Department
    • Geological Society of Pakistan
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response
    • SESSION TWO: EMRGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE:
    • National level
    • Local level
    • EMERGENCY PREPARDNESS AND RESPONSE PLATFORMS:
    • World Institute for Disaster Risk Management
    • ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management
    • Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
    • Directorate of Disaster Preparedness, Cabinet Office Japan
    • Earthquake and Mega Cities Initiative
    • Bureau for Crises Prevention and Recovery, UNDP, Geneva
    • Earthquake Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Research Center (EDPMRC)
  • Investment in Risk Reduction
    • SESSION THREE: INVESTMENT IN RISK REDUCTION
    • Reducing risks in post-earthquake reconstruction
    • Protection of Public Infrastructure
    • Land use
    • Legislation and standards for future safety
    • Retrofitting
    • RISK REDUCTION PLATFORMS:
    • Global Forum For Disaster Reduction
    • UN Inter-Agency Force on Disaster Reduction
    • Asian Disaster Reduction Center: Disaster Management Systems
    • U.N. International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR)
    • Building Seismic Safety Council of the National Institute of Building Sciences, University of Colorado
  • Capacity Building
    • SESSION FOUR: CAPACITY BUILDING
    • Institutional capacity building and coordination
    • Education and training
    • Public awareness-raising
    • CAPACITY BUILDING PRESENTATIONS AND PLATFORMS
    • Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado at Boulder research on:
    • “ A Comparison of Public Awareness and Perceptions of Hazards in Hazard Prone Landscape.”
    • Public Awareness Literature developed by ADRC
    • A presentation on: “Issues Relating to Disaster Management: Challenges for Governance Reform in Asia”
    • A presentation on: “Advocacy and Capacity Building for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management in Development Practice.”
  • Mechanisms for Risk Transfer and Financing
    • SESSION FIVE: MECHANISM FOR RISK TRANSFER AND
    • FINANCING
    • Risk transfer through insurance
    • Mitigating the social and economic impacts of future disasters
    • Research and development of earthquake engineering capacity
    • APPROPRIATE PLATFORMS:
    • United Nations Disaster Relief Organization (UNDRO)
    • United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA)
    • Asian Urban Disaster Mitigation Program
    • Multi-hazard Mitigation Council of the National Institute of Building Sciences
    • Natural Hazards Mitigation Group, University of Geneva
    • USAID’S Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance
    • Operation USA
    • Geo-Risks Research Department-Munich Reinsurance Company (Munich Re)
    • Asian Development Bank, World Bank, Islamic Development Bank
    • Oxfam, Hope, SOS Village, Islamic Relief
  • Profile of the Participants
    • WHO WILL BE INVITED:
    • A list of 265 experts of international repute from more than 80 countries representing the
    • following areas of specialization has been prepared:
    • Research institutes dealing with geo-sciences
    • Seismic centers and networks
    • Associations of builders, developers, architects and engineers
    • University Departments
    • Donor groups
    • National and international media
    • Banking and financial institutions
    • Insurance companies
    • Non-governmental organizations and
    • Government departments
    • Invitations will be sent to all of them. However a list of 30 experts of national and
    • international repute, after the confirmation of their availability, will be presented to DHAI
    • for the selection of speakers.
  • Conceptual Framework
    • Pursuant to the objectives of the International Conference, sponsored experts
    • will be given specific conceptual guidelines to follow in their papers focusing on:
    • Sharing of available expertise – Pakistan Specific
    • Identification of the latest technology – Pakistan Specific
    • Preparation of territory-specific pre-disaster Preparedness and post-disaster Relief and Rehabilitation Manuals and Guides – Pakistan Specific
    • Transfer of know-how through Crash Training Programs – Pakistan Specific
    • Earthquake Proof High Rise Buildings – Pakistan Specific Safety Protocol
    • Acceptable Regulatory Options for all stake holders – Pakistan Specific
  • Proposed PR Plan
    • DHAI EXCELLENCE IN DISASTER RESPONSE AWARDS:
    • It is proposed that in order to actively and enthusiastically involve the cross-segments of
    • stakeholders a number of DHAI Excellence in Disaster Response Awards in the following
    • categories may please be announced:
    • Overall Excellence in Disaster Response by Print Media: Local and Foreign
    • Overall Excellence in Disaster Response by Electronic Media: Local and Foreign
    • Excellence in Disaster Relief Delivery: Individual Local, Individual Foreign
    • NGO Local, NGO Foreign
    • President of Pakistan’s Certificate of Appreciation: Top 10 Corporate Donors
    • President of Pakistan’s Certificate of Appreciation: Top 3 Financial Donors – a: Country b: Institution
    • President of Pakistan’s Certificate of Appreciation: Ministry of Privatization and Investment
    • DHAI and Co-sponsors will form a Award Nomination Committee consisting of:
    • Prime Minister’s Advisor on Finance
    • Country Director, Asian Development Bank
    • Country Director, World Bank
    • Director General ISPR
    • Director General External Publicity Wing
    • PRELIMINARY ESTIMATED EXPENSES: CONFERENCE
    • Venue:
    • Traveling: (Foreign Experts X 15, Local Experts X 15, Asiamoney Staff)
    • Hospitality: (4 Coffee Breaks, 2 Lunch Breaks and 2 Dinners)
    • (Boarding and Lodging X 30 Guests X 3 Nights, Asiamoney Staff)
    • Conference Kit: (Research, Conference Workbook)
    • Research, Networking and In-House Promotion
    • Conference Décor: (Internal and External)
    • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
    • TOTAL:
    • _______________________________________________________
    Financial Obligations
    • PRELIMINARY ESTIMATED EXPENSES: LOCAL AND FOREIGN MEDIA
    • LOCAL MEDIA :
    • Print Media: ( DAY ONE)
    • (DAY TWO)
    • Electronic Media:
    • FOREIGN MEDIA :
    • Print Media:
    • Electronic Media:
    • * Subject to Media Partnership Arrangement and Availability of Additional Media Sponsorships
    • _ _______________________________________________________________________________________
    • TOTAL:
    • _________________________________________________
    • ** Additional US$2324.00 will be adjusted through either * or transferred to Conference Budget.
    Financial Obligations
  • Timeline
    • Timeline will be in force after signing of the agreement as follows:
    • ACTIVITY TIMELINE ACTION
    • Signing of the Agreement: 21 December 2005 DHAI / AME
    • Payment of 50% Advance 22 December 2005 - 24 December 2005 DHAI
    • Collection of Background Information and Logos and
    • confirmation of the availability of President and PM 26 December 2005 - 31 December 2005 AME / DHAI
    • Finalization of the Strategic Plan of Action 02 January 2006 - 07 January 2006 AME / DHAI
    • Designing and Activation of Conference Website 02 January 2006 - 07 January 2006 AME
    • Emails, faxes and letters to experts and invitees for
    • the confirmation of their availability 09 January 2006 - 14 January 2006 AME
    • Reminders 16 January 2006 - 21 January 2006 AME
    • Request for abstracts from short listed experts 23 January 2006 - 28 January 2006
    • Presentation of the short listed experts and their
    • abstracts to Defence Housing Authority for their
    • perusal and approval 11 February 2006 - 18 February 2006 AME / DHAI
    • Request to expert invitees for the submission of
    • final draft 20 February 2006 - 03 March 2006 AME
    • Traveling Arrangements and PTA intimation 06 March 2006 AME
    • Thank You
    • If you need any further information please let us know:
    • Elliot Jacobs Zahid Hussain Khalid
    • Managing Director & Publisher Bureau Chief & Country Manager-Pakistan
    • Asiamoney Asiamoney
    • Email: [email_address] Email: [email_address]