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Pmi and wvi presentation horizontal integration indonesia Pmi and wvi presentation horizontal integration indonesia Presentation Transcript

  • Horizontal Integration Lessons Learned on Mainstreaming DRM & CC in to Sectoral Intervention Presented by: Bevita Meidityawati – Indonesian Red Cross Sabar Endang – World Vision Indonesia
  • Community VCA is the most important element to build strong DRM/CCA
    • Hazard Identification
      • Disaster History, Seasonal Calendar, Food Calendar, Key Changes, Health Issues, Identify Key Hazards
    • Vulnerability Mapping
      • Vulnerabilities/Impacts, Coping Mechanisms, Causes, Resources/Capacity, Early warning systems
    • Identification of preparedness/mitigation activities, and timeframes
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  • VCA can help communities to identify the future hazards/ threats . Refer to complete list of households 1.000 m Action plan Land slide 17 households. 16 men, 22 women, 46 children. Total 84. Flooding 13 households, 13 men, 10 women, 31 children. Total 54. Coast Abrasion 12 households. 15 men, 18 women, 26 children. Total 59. Wells year 1 Break waters year 2 Tree planting year 3 Dike year 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  • Education Health Self Protection Livelihood Environment Focus on addressing root causes of vulnerability (Health, Environment, Education, Livelihood)
    • Conduct CBHFA (Community Based Health and First Aid) program which empowers the vulnerable community to be able to conduct first aid in accidents or injuries and respond to other health problems.
    • Activate Health Cadre to carry out various activities to support healthy lifestyle, such as health promotion, environmental and waste management.
    • Initiate community-based psychosocial support programmes to help affected people cope with their situation, seeking to restore their hope, dignity, mental and social well-being, and sense of normality.
    Strengthen Adaptive Capacity via Health Sector
  • Strengthen Adaptive Capacity via Environment Sector
    • Green and Clean Project : bio - por e , solid waste management (composting), recycling, tree plantation,
    • Cash Transfer Programming
    • Financial preparedness as part of the efforts to reduce continuous poverty and build community resilience: Microfinance activities , saving s and loan s coperatives , Household economic trainings, Home Industry Trainings
    • Support climate resilient livelihoods
    • ex. Community rubber plantation in west Kalimantan (WVI)
    • Alternative livelihoods during disaster
    Strengthen Adaptive Capacity via Livelihood Sector
    • Mobilization of Youth Red Cross’ Life Skill Education approach – harnessing Children and Youth ’s potential and protection
    • Comic Books about disaster for children (WV) – accessible relevant information
    Strengthen Adaptive Capacity via Education Sector
  • Challenge: Traditional coping mechanism are inadequate for the changing climate and changing natures of disasters