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Evaluation and Systematic of International Disaster Management (ESID) Evaluation and Systematic of International Disaster Management (ESID) Presentation Transcript

  • Evaluation and Systematic of International Disaster Management (ESID)
  • Content
    Definition
    About ESID
    Central Questions
    Literature review
    Achievements to date
    Aspects of the Systematic
    Conclusion
    Future Tasks
  • Definition
    Emergency and Disaster Management/ Civil Protection
    is to protect the state, persons, property and culture in response to threats by emergencies and against risks and disasters of all kinds.
  • About ESID
    • Research project on emergency and disaster management systems
    • Educing and evaluating a systematic
    • Enhancing the knowledge of disaster management systems
    • Intensifying/promoting international cooperation
    • Finding interfaces for multilateral cooperation
  • Central Questions
    • Goals of emergency and disaster management
    • Socio-economical, cultural, geographical and historical influences
    • Administration and Entities countries provide to overcome possible threads
    • Linked in a system
  • Literature review
    • Lack of systematic on disaster management systems
    • Literature mainly on specific projects or single national systems
    • Mainly disregarding the whole system
    • Studies often inventories
  • Literature review
    • Literature comprising an analysis:
    • „Vade-mecum of Civil protection“ by the European Union Commission
    • „GIRO: The Integral Risk Management Framework“ by the United Nations University
  • Literature review
    • Results:
    Lack of
    • relevant literature
    • globally standardised definitions
    • an evaluation of emergency and disaster management systems
  • Achievements to date
    • 23 countries have been evaluated
    • First step according to vulnerability and resilience:Countries of similar economic level
    • Two general aspects:
    • Country level
    • Civil protection system level
  • Aspects of the Systematic
    Aspects on country level:
    • Structure of State – federal/central
    • Historical Development
    • Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
    • Per Capita Income
    • Infrastructure; Density of Population
    • Vulnerability and Resilience
  • Aspects of the Systematic
    Aspects on system level:
    • Legislation on civil protection (being regional or national)
    • Planning authority/authorities
    • Operative authority/authorities
    • Operative entities
    • Financing
  • Conclusion
    • Main aspects influencing emergency and disaster management systems :
    • Socio-Economy
    • Culture
    • Geography
    • History
    • Goals always the same
    • Multi-lateral cooperation requires further research
  • Future Tasks
    • Deduce criteria from aspects
    • Verify completeness of criteria
    • Adjust criteria for developing countries
    • Educe general systematic
    • Identify points of intersection for interfaces in order to facilitate multilateral cooperation
  • Join us and contribute your country’s system!
    ESID@fh-koeln.de
    Thank you for your attention!