Unicef Indranarayanpur Nazrul Smriti Sangha On Cbdp 2008Presentation Transcript
INDRANARAYANPUR NAZRUL SMRITI SANGHA (INSS) WELCOMES YOU FOR THIS PRESENTATION .
Mission: INSS shall strive to provide meaningful opportunities for social and economic development of the poor and deprived sections of the society , working towards a sustained growth to improve the standard of lives of the target communities. INSS shall give preference to empowerment, entitlement and equity of women, children and other differentially vulnerable groups. The organization shall ensure a harmonious integration of human lives with the natural environs.
Capacitate community to take local initiatives for self help sustainable changes towards just society.
INSS is a leading NGO with its own network in South 24 Paraganas, West Bengal
Emergency Response and CBDP -one of the major programmes.
Emergency Response through our partners
INSS also promotes Community Organization
COMMUNITY BASED DISASTER PREPAREDNESS (CBDP)
Community Based Disaster Preparedness (CBDP) HERE WE ARE
Capacity building of all stakeholders in the program
Paradigm shift from dependency to self- reliance
The challenges of risk assessment
Difficulty to find out a motivated team of key informants.
Observing only one side of a situation or problem and not getting the total picture of the community
Developing high expectations amongst the people
Chances of overlooking and avoiding the invisible aspect
Participation of a few or lack of representation of all sections, especially those who are vulnerable and/or marginalised
The tools and techniques of community risk assessment
Vulnerability and Capacity Analysis (VCA) through Inter Personal Communication and FGDs (individual and family vulnerability)
Risk analysis and assessment through PLA Participatory Learning and Action – ( physical, material, organizational, motivational vulnerability)
Risk Assessment and Analysis brings understanding
Identifying period of stress, hazards, diseases, vulnerability etc.
On need of participation in emergencies
Use of local resources , land use zones for shelter etc.
Problem and opportunity.
Help to analyse problems, vulnerabilities, capacities
On past hazards, changes in their nature, intensity and behaviours
On hazard area, elements at risk.
Gives a semi structured community contingency plan
hazards, diseases, vulnerability etc.
Community level actions on CBDP to reduce vulnerabilities and increase capacities
Plan of Action (PoA) on CBDP
Family & Child Survival Kits with their own efforts
Task Forces emerged from their own need (six type of TFT formed in each village)
Civil Defence Training on ‘Capacity Building of the Community for Disaster’
Activity Done to increase Capacities: 11250 45 Mock Drill Participants No.of Activities Activities 320 45 Village Level Plan of Action (PoA) 1620 45 Task Force Team formation 1620 45 Trg.on Boat making & life Jacket 678 45 Training on First Aid 725 45 Training on temporary shelter 315 25 Training on hand pump raising 813 46 FSK,CSK,ORS Demo. 2500 25 CD Show 300 15 SHG Meeting 1575 45 Mother’s Meeting 10500 60 Para Level Meeting 2475 45 Gram Sansad Mobilisation 270 45 Group Discussion (FGD) 3375 45 PLA/VCA
Paradigm shift from dependency to self-reliance
CBDP a new tool for social analysis
Whole community approach
CBDP brings together all the stakeholders
Sustainability-With the support from all quarters, community is empowered to carry forward the process.
Replicability of CBDP risk assessment
CBDP risk assessment and analysis relies with its positioning in the socio-political and economic contexts of the particular area…..
Replicable in a Flexible approach
Capacity Building: is the prime need
Vulnerable people in the disaster prone villages should have the capacity and capability to plan and implement strategic action for their preparedness,
Replicable political environment and effective decentralization process