Post-2015
framework for disaster
risk reduction (HFA2)
DRR Practitioners’ Workshop
Bangkok, 14 November 2013
Background
Consultation Process
Phase 1 Consultations: March 2012 - May 2013
Global
86 consultative events
Asia Pacific region
National and local consul...
Phase I consultation Results
•Global Synthesis Report: Consultations on Post 2015 Framework for
DRR
http://www.preventionw...
HFA2 consultations
Phase I
Guidance based on Phase I,
Country statements at GPDRR
2013 and HFA Monitor Reports
Guidance on HFA2 development-Content
• Build on learning from HFA1
• Introduce the innovations necessary to address the ch...
Guidance on HFA2 development- Implementation
Implementation and Follow-up:
To be underpinned by a clear set of principles ...
Guidance on HFA2 development- Actors
Participation:
•Strong participation by civil society, science, local authorities, lo...
HFA2 is expected to:
Articulate the need to govern DRR and resilience through:
- strong coordination,
- enabled local acti...
HFA2 consultations
Phase II
Plan for Asia Pacific
7 Key Areas in the Asia Pacific region (coordinators)
1. Building community resilience – turning vulnerability into resili...
Milestones in the process
March 2014

Peer review discussion on the Draft “Asia Pacific Inputs for HFA2” paper
at the 1 st...
IFRC / RCRC
contributions
RCRC Movement in Asia Pacific
Questions:
A – What actions are taken by stakeholders groups on the 5th AMCDRR
statement of ...
Thank you
More information in the website dedicated to the
post-HFA process:
http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/
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  • This shows you the main milestones of the process. The 3rd World Conference on DRR in early 2015 in Japan will expect the new framework to be adopted and implementation modalities discussed. The 5th Asian Ministerial Conference on DRR in Yogyakarta is one of the first key steps in bringing stakeholders together and identifying issues of importance to be addressed.
    In May this year, the 4th session of the Global Platform on DRR in Geneva, Switzerland will see deliberations of consultation outcomes to date and the preparation of the 0 draft afterwards.
    Also in May, the High Level Panel, co-chaired by the President of Indonesia will submit a report to Secretary-General on post-2015 Development Agenda. DRR is expected to feature prominently in the report
    The drafts of HFA2 will be further discussed/consulted during 2014 including at the next round of Regional platforms (such as the 5thAMCDRR), preparing countries for negotiations and consensus building to adopt the framework in 2015
  • UNISDR HFA TO INTRODUCTION

    1. 1. Post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction (HFA2) DRR Practitioners’ Workshop Bangkok, 14 November 2013
    2. 2. Background Consultation Process
    3. 3. Phase 1 Consultations: March 2012 - May 2013 Global 86 consultative events Asia Pacific region National and local consultations in 27 countries Regional and Sub regional consultations  including the 5th Asian Ministerial Conference for DRR, IAP and Pacific Platform Stakeholder group consultations  Including with Mayors/local government, parliamentarians, vulnerable groups
    4. 4. Phase I consultation Results •Global Synthesis Report: Consultations on Post 2015 Framework for DRR http://www.preventionweb.net/english/professional/publications/v.php?id=32535 • Asia Pacific synthesis report http://www.preventionweb.net/english/professional/publications/v.php?id=33369 •Report from 4 th session of the GPDRR May 2013 consultations (Over 40 events) http://www.preventionweb.net/english/professional/publications/v.php?id=35070ts. A report of the discussions
    5. 5. HFA2 consultations Phase I Guidance based on Phase I, Country statements at GPDRR 2013 and HFA Monitor Reports
    6. 6. Guidance on HFA2 development-Content • Build on learning from HFA1 • Introduce the innovations necessary to address the challenges of increasing risk over the next 20 to 30 years; • Focus on : - Addressing underlying causes/drivers of risks (HFA Priority 4) - Reducing the increasing economic losses - Scaling up invulnerability reduction (build on success of strengthened Early Warning, social protection etc.) • Integrated approach to disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in sustainable development • Address extensive risk • Address risk governance, provide guidance and a vision for risk management governance
    7. 7. Guidance on HFA2 development- Implementation Implementation and Follow-up: To be underpinned by a clear set of principles and commitments; • • Define measurable targets and indicators Integration of goals of HFA2 and those of other post-2015 frameworks (SDG, MDG) Monitoring: • • • A monitoring system at international, national and local levels Unified monitoring mechanism for HFA and HFA2 (HFA monitor2) Formal periodic reviews connected to the review of the post-2015 sustainable development paradigm
    8. 8. Guidance on HFA2 development- Actors Participation: •Strong participation by civil society, science, local authorities, local communities, media, business and others in the development and implementation of HFA2. Commitments •Commitments of countries through inter- governmental adoption •Statement of commitment by all stakeholders beyond governments
    9. 9. HFA2 is expected to: Articulate the need to govern DRR and resilience through: - strong coordination, - enabled local action, - appropriate financial instruments, - clear roles and responsibilities of stakeholders, - recognition of the central role of science, community groups, local governments and the private sector.
    10. 10. HFA2 consultations Phase II Plan for Asia Pacific
    11. 11. 7 Key Areas in the Asia Pacific region (coordinators) 1. Building community resilience – turning vulnerability into resilience (IFRC) 2. Integration: Sustainable development, climate change and disaster risk reduction (ADPC) 3. Local level action (ADRRN) 4. Women as a force in resilience building, gender equity in DRR (DN) 5. Reducing exposure/underlying risk factors (Kyoto University) 6. Strengthening risk governance and accountability (ADRRN) 7. Incentivizing DRR in the private sector (ESCAP, ADPC)
    12. 12. Milestones in the process March 2014 Peer review discussion on the Draft “Asia Pacific Inputs for HFA2” paper at the 1 st ISDR Asia Partnership for 2014 (IAP) meeting) April 2014 June 2014 6AMCDRR Draft “Asia Pacific Inputs for HFA2” paper drawing on: Countries and stakeholders’ contributions based on in depth exploration of the 7 key areas Global and regional thematic papers Deliberations on the Draft paper and adoption of the “Asia Pacific Inputs for HFA2” as part of the 6AMCDRR Declaration 1st Preparatory Committee Meeting for 3WCDRR, 1415 July 2014 (subject decision of the UN General Assembly) Regional Contribution: Regional Platform for DRR - 6AMCDRR Declaration that includes “Asia Pacific Inputs for HFA2” and Stakeholder Commitments for HFA2 implementation. UN Secretary General’s report and UN General Assembly Resolution on International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, September – November 2014 Member States from Asia Pacific champion the issues and support outcomes of the Regional Platform for DRR – 6AMCDRR 2nd Preparatory Committee Meeting for 3WCDRR, 1718 November 2014 (subject to decision of the UN General Assembly) Comments and inputs to the First draft of HFA2 provided by the Member States and stakeholders from the Asia Pacific 3WCDRR, 14-18 March 2015, Japan UN Secretary General’s report and UN General Assembly Resolution on International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, September – November 2015 (consultations held during July – October 2014, to be consolidated at the 2 nd ISDR Asia Partnership for 2014 (IAP) meeting) Inter-governmental negotiation of final draft HFA2 and its adoption. Commitment for the development of HFA2 Implementation Plan Stakeholders commitments for HFA2 implementation Member States from Asia Pacific champion the issues and support the outcomes of 3WCDRR and HFA2
    13. 13. IFRC / RCRC contributions
    14. 14. RCRC Movement in Asia Pacific Questions: A – What actions are taken by stakeholders groups on the 5th AMCDRR statement of commitments?. • Promotion of DRR legislation and Auxiliary role of RCRC NSs. B- How the stakeholders group intend to influence the HFA2 inputs: • Global position paper of IFRC (General Assembly in Australia) 187 National societies. C-What is their expectation from WCDRR and how intend to engage in the implementation of HFA2? • Global trends, linked with other global processes, Global IFRC Resilience Framework (GA)
    15. 15. Thank you More information in the website dedicated to the post-HFA process: http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/

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