EmErgEncy
PrEParEdnEss and
rEsPonsE Plan
WELCOME TO SAVE THE CHILDREN
IN VIETNAM
DISASTER SITUATION IN VIETNAM
VIETNAM IS ONE OF THE MOST DISASTER
PRONE COUNTRY IN THE WORLD
VIETNAM SITUATION
• Typhoons and flooding are the most
common hazards in Vietnam
• Vietnam experiences increasing local
to...
CHILDREN AND PROBLEM IN EMERGENCY
• KILLED
• LOSS PARENTS
• LOSS HOME
• LOSS PROPERTIES
• LOSS FOOD
• LOSS CARE
• LOSS SCH...
EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
YEN BAI
THANH HOA
TIEN GIANG
PHU YEN
QUANG TRI
DA NANG
QUANG BINH
Ha Tinh
ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT
• Save the Children prioritized its commitment to
emergencies through Emergency Liaison Team (ELT),...
Sub- Objective 1:
• Community based disaster and risk reduction: to extend
and replicate a child-centered approach at loca...
Sub- Objective 2:
• Emergency relief and recovery: ensure that
SCiV remains a key player in relief and recovery
through su...
In practical terms, SCiV will
respond if:
• A disaster occurs in a SCiV operational area (province /
district) and 1,000 o...
Areas of Investment for Future
Preparation
• For future Preparation, SCiV would look into high
potentials of Climate Chang...
DISASTER RESPONSE /
RECOVERY PROJECTS
• KETSANA typhoon response in Quang Tri, Hue,
Danang (food, household kits, hygiene ...
ONGOING DISASTER IN QUANG
BINH – HATINH PROVINCES
• Torrential rains from the 30th September
to the 7th October 2010 cause...
SC response
• Open prepositioning store:
• Supply 500 household kits, 500 hygiene kits and
500 education kits
• Prepared t...
DRR PROJECTS
• JANI (joint advocacy network initiatives) for
MOET/ Yen Bai and Tien Giang, to introduce
DRR into education...
OPPORTUNITIES
• Vietnam has high profile for DRR and
CCA/CCR
• SCiV has good record in Child-led DRR
and response
• Unific...
GAPS
• Lack of long term DRR projects
• Lack of skilled staff: Seasonal gaps: disaster
time is too busy, lack of staff, an...
Strategy
• Fund raising
• Staff exchange
• Integrating
programs
• Promote initiatives
Recovery Programme Structure
Quang Tri /Phu Yen
(July 16, 2010)
Recovery
Programme
Manager-Hanoi
Tuan
DEC2: 70%
Emergency
...
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Emrgency program 2010

  1. 1. EmErgEncy PrEParEdnEss and rEsPonsE Plan WELCOME TO SAVE THE CHILDREN IN VIETNAM
  2. 2. DISASTER SITUATION IN VIETNAM
  3. 3. VIETNAM IS ONE OF THE MOST DISASTER PRONE COUNTRY IN THE WORLD
  4. 4. VIETNAM SITUATION • Typhoons and flooding are the most common hazards in Vietnam • Vietnam experiences increasing local tornadoes, forest fires, landslide (often associated with heavy rainfall) and drought. • Epidemic in Vietnam is increasing: Bird flu, pics diseases,
  5. 5. CHILDREN AND PROBLEM IN EMERGENCY • KILLED • LOSS PARENTS • LOSS HOME • LOSS PROPERTIES • LOSS FOOD • LOSS CARE • LOSS SCHOOL • LOSS LEARNING • ????
  6. 6. EMERGENCY SITUATIONS YEN BAI THANH HOA TIEN GIANG PHU YEN QUANG TRI DA NANG QUANG BINH Ha Tinh
  7. 7. ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT • Save the Children prioritized its commitment to emergencies through Emergency Liaison Team (ELT), and the Alliance Cooperation in Emergencies (ACE). • SCiV has been in the “top three” preparedness and response INGOs over the last two years in Vietnam and, • Vietnam has been specifically identified as one of the 20 countries for Alliance investment in DRR and organizational preparedness • At global level, the scope of ACE and Save the Children’s humanitarian assistance for children covers: – Disaster risk reduction (DRR) – Emergency preparedness – Emergency response – Recovery and rehabilitation
  8. 8. Sub- Objective 1: • Community based disaster and risk reduction: to extend and replicate a child-centered approach at local level while ensuring that national level planning and policies reflect the importance of children’s participation in DRR. • Construction of mitigation works requested by children, conduct Behavior Change Communications (CBB) campaign with child participation. • Conduct pilot “Child-Led Disaster risk reduction program” in most vulnerable area, this combine experience, knowledge of Save the Children’ sectoral programs including Health, education and child protection program, which are also very strong in Vietnam
  9. 9. Sub- Objective 2: • Emergency relief and recovery: ensure that SCiV remains a key player in relief and recovery through support to shelter/household, education and health as well as livelihoods interventions (seeds) and recovery that includes schools and clinics especially in the hardest to reach areas. • Education special focus: SCiV will work closely with UNICEF, Vietnam as part of the agreed cluster approach around preparedness and response in the education sector.
  10. 10. In practical terms, SCiV will respond if: • A disaster occurs in a SCiV operational area (province / district) and 1,000 or more children are affected. • Anywhere in Vietnam if 10,000 children or more are affected. • SCiV will have a unified approach to managing emergency responses. In the case of a major emergency which is recognized as such by the Executive leadership team (ELT) at international level, an appeal will be launched and SCiV will be responsible for ensuring that effective communications are undertaken through regular updates, sitreps, the coordination of media coverage etc. A non-ELT declared emergency would be handled entirely “in-house”.
  11. 11. Areas of Investment for Future Preparation • For future Preparation, SCiV would look into high potentials of Climate Change impact to the country . – Vietnam is listed in the top five most vulnerable to disaster as consequences of Climate change. – The threats are more uncertainty of flooding, of typhoon, storm and drought. – The sea water raise is obvious as it is already affecting the coastal provinces and river actuary including HoChiMinh city and many provinces along the coast. • Investing more in training, in advocacy and in pilot research of the impact on children, • Conduct pilot programs in the field, at schools to approach both Climate change reduction and Climate Change adaptation in combination with Disaster risk reduction strategy.
  12. 12. DISASTER RESPONSE / RECOVERY PROJECTS • KETSANA typhoon response in Quang Tri, Hue, Danang (food, household kits, hygiene kits and education kits) Appeal fund with many donors • MIRINAE typhoon response in Phu Yen (appeal fund and Irish-Aid) with kits and house repair and livelihood recovery – first time application of cash program • Disaster recovery (DEC and other donors) with DRR, Livelihood, health, education. (end in Sep 2011)
  13. 13. ONGOING DISASTER IN QUANG BINH – HATINH PROVINCES • Torrential rains from the 30th September to the 7th October 2010 caused record high flood in central Vietnam. Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Quang Tri, and Thua Thien Hue heavily affected. Flood killed 66 people. • Double flood came back to Ha Tinh, Nghe An with strong flood, killing 74 More people making total 140 people killed
  14. 14. SC response • Open prepositioning store: • Supply 500 household kits, 500 hygiene kits and 500 education kits • Prepared to supply: • 1000 Non rice food, • Cash for shelter 500 families • Seeds • More HH kits and education kits to come
  15. 15. DRR PROJECTS • JANI (joint advocacy network initiatives) for MOET/ Yen Bai and Tien Giang, to introduce DRR into education system and EiE for national program with UNICEF • HAI PHONG DRR/CCA project by Church Community (combine economic development planning with DRR and CCA where children and joung people are key players • EiE with regional approach for education cluster system improving
  16. 16. OPPORTUNITIES • Vietnam has high profile for DRR and CCA/CCR • SCiV has good record in Child-led DRR and response • Unification can create stronger programing joining Emergency, Education, Livelihood Health and Child-rights
  17. 17. GAPS • Lack of long term DRR projects • Lack of skilled staff: Seasonal gaps: disaster time is too busy, lack of staff, and after that, funding empty leading to loosing staff for disaster preparedness • Lack of fund source for organizational contribution, donor requirement: 15 to 25% • Ready money for immediate response: the previous Pool fund: maintain key staff and emergency assessment and immediate response.
  18. 18. Strategy • Fund raising • Staff exchange • Integrating programs • Promote initiatives
  19. 19. Recovery Programme Structure Quang Tri /Phu Yen (July 16, 2010) Recovery Programme Manager-Hanoi Tuan DEC2: 70% Emergency Sector Head Hanoi-Gia-TA DEC2: 50% EBF Manager Da Nang-Lan-TA DEC2: 50% DRR Officer Quang Tri Cay DEC2: 80% Jani: 20% WASH Coor. Quang Tri Subodh 100% Until Sept. 10 LH PM Quang Tri Hoang DEC2: 100% Health PM Da Nang Trung Newborn Care Until Sept. 10 WASH Officer Quang Tri Hien 100% Until Sept. 10 DRR Officer Phu Yen An DEC2: 80% Jani: 20% Livelihood Officer Phu Yen-Uyen DEC2: 100% Programme Support Assistant Phu Yen-TBR DEC2: 100% Admin Spt Officer Quang Tri Nhung DEC2: 100% EBF Officer Quang Tri Manh DEC2: 100% Edu PM & Assistant Quang Tri Rec: 50% Until Sept. 10 Edu Officer Quang Tri Rec: 100% Until Sept. 10 Notes: •All positions in grey are ending by September 2010 • Direct reporting • Technical reporting in EBF • Technical reporting in DRR • Technical reporting in LH Emergency Support Officer-Hanoi Hanh Phuong DEC2: 50% Emergency Officer Hanoi Hong Phuong DEC2: TBD Intern Hanoi Ly Director of Programme Hanoi Yoshie

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