Evaluation and Systematic of International Disaster Management (ESID)

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Evaluation and Systematic of International Disaster Management (ESID)

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

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