Assessing Urban Resilience to Disasters

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CBA 7 Mainstreaming DRR into Local Development Planning.
Ronilda Co, DRR and Community Resilience Specialist
World Vision Asia Pacific Region

CBA7, Dhaka Bangladesh
21-25 April 2013

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Assessing Urban Resilience to Disasters

  1. 1. Assessing UrbanResilience to DisastersCBA 7Mainstreaming DRR into LocalDevelopment Planning
  2. 2. URBAN DRR ASSESSMENTFRAMEWORK: LINKING DRRAND DEVELOPMENT
  3. 3. Urban DRRAssessment Framework
  4. 4. LocalizingHFA
  5. 5. Climate and Disaster Resilience Index (CDRI)Understanding city resiliencePHYSICAL- Electricity- Water- Sanitation &Solid Waste- Roads- Housing & Land-useSOCIAL- Population- Health- Education &Awareness- Social Capital- CommunityPreparednessECONOMIC- Income- Employment- Household Assets- Finance & Savings- Budget & SubsidyINSTITUTIONAL- Mainstreaming- Crisis Management- Knowledgedissemination- InstitutionalCollaboration- Good GovernanceNATURAL- Intensity of Hazards- Frequency of Hazards- Ecosystem- Land-use- EnvironmentalPoliciesPoor1 Bad2 Moderate3 Good4 Best5
  6. 6. DIMENSIONS PHYSICAL SOCIAL ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONAL NATURALParametersconsidered forAoRA Electricity Water Sanitation andsolid wastedisposal Accessibility ofroads Housing andland-use Population Health Education andawareness Social capital Communitypreparednessduring a disaster Employment Finance andsavings Budget andsubsidy Mainstreaming of DRR andCCA Effectiveness of zone’scrisis managementframework Knowledge disseminationand management Institutional collaborationwith other organisationsand stakeholders Good governance Ecosystemservices Land-use innatural terms EnvironmentalpoliciesRemainingparameters notconsidered inAoRA Income Householdassets Intensity/severity of naturalhazards Frequency ofnatural hazardsUnderstanding community voice;Defining actions!Action-oriented Resilience Assessment (AoRA)
  7. 7. PhysicalHumanInstitutionalExternalNaturalHFA* for EducationDisaster resilienceindexesSchool Disaster Resilience Analysis (SDRA)
  8. 8. WV BANGLADESH:URBAN DRR PROGRAM
  9. 9. • WASH• Environmentalpolicies• Health• Social capital;collaboration• Communitypreparedness• Economic• MainstreamingDRR• Knowledgedissemination
  10. 10. LESSONS FOR EFFECTIVEMAINSTREAMING
  11. 11. ENABLERS OF MAINSTREAMING DRR IN DEVELOPMENTNGOs and otherstakeholders GOVERNMENTDEVELOPMENTDONORSCOMMUNITIES: THE HEART OF PRACTICE AND INNOVATIONS
  12. 12. INTENTIONAL AND SUSTAINED PARTNERSHIP WITHGOVERNMENT ON MAINSTREAMING DRR IN DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPMEN T PROCESSPolicyPlanningImplementationMonitoring &EvaluationBudget cycleAid cycleProject cycleNicaragua’s Potters ForNGOs and other stakeholdersGovernment’s Planning andSector MinistriesMAINSTREAMINGDRR INDEVELOPMENT
  13. 13. ENGAGING DEVELOPMENT DONORSD R R is SAFEDEVELOPMENT
  14. 14. THANK YOU!Ronilda CoDRR and Community Resilience SpecialistWorld Vision Asia Pacific RegionMaster in Urban and Environmental Planning and ManagementMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

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