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Presentation made by corporated disaster resource network in the second NGO workshop " Opportuniites in Challenging time" organized by CSO Partners in Secunderabad on September 14th & 15th, 2009

Presentation made by corporated disaster resource network in the second NGO workshop " Opportuniites in Challenging time" organized by CSO Partners in Secunderabad on September 14th & 15th, 2009

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  • 1. CORPORATE DISASTER RESOURCE NETWORK (CDRN) www.cdrn.org.in
  • 2. Multiple phone calls and faxing Manual Reporting Data re-entry Duplication of effort Data errors Downtime & wait-time Not enough Coordination Small NGOs & Relief agencies Lack Right Mix of Aid Not Enough Aid Coordinating Humanitarian Aid is Complex Technology Reduces Inefficiencies People in Need Government and Relief agencies Suppliers, Government and Donors
  • 3. HUMANITARIAN AID - CDRN Lead Humanitarian Relief Organizations Field Agent Wireless Technology Enablement
    • Extend communications to roving/on-site agents via wireless devices integrated to systems
    • Immediate, roving alert of what is available
    • Automated communications with relief organizations
    • Automated tracking and reporting of donations
    • Automated communications with Donors and Field Relief Agencies
    • Better management and visibility into each disaster warehouse
    Faster, more appropriate response for the times of disaster Field Relief Agencies Donors Donations Management Aid Allocation CDRN
  • 4. Why CDRN?
    • Increase in scale and intensity of disasters over the years.
    • India is vulnerable to disasters, be it floods, storms, droughts, cyclones, earthquakes, snowfall, or avalanches.
    • No organized information system for disaster response to match needs at District, State, and National levels.
    • Country lacks integration of Corporates, Government, and Relief agencies for disaster preparedness, mitigation, and relief.
    • CDRN is an initiative of CSO Partners and Aidmatrix
    • THE CDRN SOLUTION: Develop a real-time, efficient supply chain management system to connect local needs with available resources—human, financial, products.
    • Bottomline: To get The Right Aid to the Right People at the Right Time™
  • 5. Corporate Disaster Resource Network ® connecting your organization to the humanitarian relief supply chain
    • … . a disaster-relief supply chain that allows members to view donations and post specific needs, as well as access warehouse and logistics tools.
    • … is a community, a technology and a commitment formed between Nonprofit and For-Profit agencies to empower the efficient delivery of more humanitarian relief
    • This network starts as a community between  NGOs ,  governments  and  businesses  who come together in a public-private partnership to improve the world of humanitarian relief.
    • The technology helps advance this partnership through the use of supply-chain management, volunteer management and fundraising applications 
    • The commitment is to help our fellow nonprofits achieve the same efficiencies afforded to big business.
      • NGOs  – spend less time on paperwork so you can focus on the relief work
      • Governments  – simplify communications with NGOs during disasters to get assist your citizens as quickly as possible
      • Businesses  – learn how donating your surplus can help your bottom line and humanity
  • 6. Aidmatrix Network Putting Technology to work for humanity
    • National Donations Management Network with FEMA -parties are able to share information and donations online in real-time, using supply chain management, volunteer management and fundraising technologies.
    • NATO EADRCC -using in-kind donations management and needs management.
    • Corporate Disaster Resource Network (CDRN) - India  - empowers Corporates to help disaster-stricken people by providing real time information on products and services needed during emergencies.
    • Romania Aidmatrix Network -allow coordination between donors and supporters from the private sector in a public private partnership
    • Virtual Aid Drive™ (VAD) - online fundraising tool that raises money for organizations globally. In times of disaster, organizations set up drives to send money to those affected.
  • 7. Aidmatrix Awards
    • Supply Chain Distinction Awards, 2009
    • Accenture “Big Picture” Award Winner, 2008
    • Salesforce.com Apply “Power of Us” Award, 2008
    • FedEx Kinko’s New Supplier of the Year, 2007
    • i2 Technologies’ Technology for Humanity Award, 2006
  • 8. Financial Support Products / Services Skilled Volunteers CDRN serves as A National link among the Corporate, Public, Government and Voluntary Sector for product, services as well as individual professionals/Volunteers CDRN (Aid & Trade)
  • 9.
    • Federations such as CII, FICCI, ASSOCHAM, NASSCOM and state level federations.
    • Top MNCs and Indian Companies.
    • Companies which can cater to specific needs i.e.., Food + FMCG + Clothing + Shelter + Pharma + Life Saving Equipment etc.
      • International NGOs and Indian NGOS.
    • NGOs actively working in various states.
    • Central & State Governments/ Ministries .
    • NDMA, SDMAs, Disaster Relief Commissioners, Armed Forces, Civil Defense etc.
    • PSU’s such as ONGC, Indian Oil, NTPC, SAIL, GAIL etc.
    • World Bank, Trade Commissions, UN Agencies, Bilateral Chambers of Commerce.
    • Federations such as CII, FICCI, ASSOCHAM, NASSCOM and state level federations.
    • Top MNCs and Indian Companies.
    • Companies which can cater to specific needs i.e.., Food + FMCG + Clothing + Shelter + Pharma + Life Saving Equipment etc.
    • Central & State Governments/ Ministries .
    • NDMA, SDMAs, Disaster Relief Commissioners, Armed Forces, Civil Defense etc.
    • PSU’s such as ONGC, Indian Oil, NTPC, SAIL, GAIL etc.
    • World Bank, Trade Commissions, UN Agencies, Bilateral Chambers of Commerce.
    • Local relief agencies actively working in various states.
    • International NGOs and Indian NGOS
    • Federations such as FIMI, AIFPA, APEDA,IDMA, ASSOCHAM, NASSCOM, and state-level federations.
    • Top MNCs and Indian Companies.
    • Companies that can cater to specific needs, i.e.., Food; FMCG; Clothing ; Shelter; Pharma; Life Search and Rescue , etc.
    • Central & State Governments/ Ministries .
    • NDMA, SDMAs, Disaster Relief Commissioners, Armed Forces, Civil Defense etc.
    • PSUs such as ONGC, Indian Oil, NTPC, SAIL, GAIL etc.
    • World Bank, Trade Commissions, UN Agencies, Bilateral Chambers of Commerce.
  • 10. Through CDRN
    • Relief Agencies/Governments highlight their “needs”
    • Donors can check out the listed needs and provide accordingly
    • Companies can immediately highlight what products they intend to donate free of cost, or supply at subsidized rates to Relief Agencies/Government.
  • 11. Volunteer Matching Through CDRN
    • NGOs can post their needs on CDRN highlighting the need for specific skills
    • Corporates employees/ volunteer can post offers on CDRN highlighting the skill sets available
    • In-depth varied skills set information available on the CDRN website
  • 12. CDRN & CORPORATE SUPPORT
    • CDRN offers sponsorship roles to Corporates for Brand Building. Such sponsorship benefits the organization with an increase in Brand Equity, Brand Recall and Visibility.
    • Preparedness sponsorships in the form of shelter, water purification plants, food programmes, pharmaceuticals and clothes.
  • 13. Principles of CDRN
    • Inclusive for all Users
    • Neutrality
    • De-mediation
    • Transparency
    • User driven
    • Promotion of Quality
  • 14. http://www.cdrn.org.in
  • 15. Disaster Communication Template Disaster Hits NGOs Donors and Suppliers Hand -holding NGOs Situation analysis report to Business Partners Informing Donors and Suppliers about Needs of NGOs Business Partners Media Situation analysis Press Brief Marketing Team Communication Team
  • 16. Communication Plan Leveraging CDRN and its partners through timely communication with print and online media via press briefs, newsletters, social networking sites, in publications/columns such as: Outlook Business: Snippets/Business Diary The Economic Times: Emerging Business, etc Business Today: Trends in Business Business India: Infotech page Business Standard: Social Enterprise page Mint: Looking Glass/ Leading the News/ New Business Outlook: Making a Difference India Today: Off Track
  • 17. CDRN Evolution
    • Public Private Partnerships for Disaster Management Conference in 2008
    • Learning and discussions with conference stakeholders ongoing
    • Bihar (Kosi) floods, Assam floods and Orissa floods saw 62 Relief Agencies come online during the disasters (2008-2009)
    • CDRN officially launched on November 7, 2008, under auspices of Corporate Task Force, NDMA
    • Mr. J K Sinha, Honorable Member, NDMA, is the lead thought leader and driving force
  • 18. Status Quo
    • April 28, 2009: Inaugural CDRN Round Table held at NDMA
    • April 29, 2009: Orissa State Launch of CDRN
    • Facilitate participation of private agencies and organizations in any capacity in which they could be associated with the project.
  • 19. TOTAL USERS - 1193 Type of Users Jan-May Jun-Sept Donors and Suppliers 297 723 NGO 100 73
  • 20. PRODUCT-WISE Number of Donors and Suppliers – Product Wise Jan-May Jun-Sept Health and Medicines 33 90 Heavy Machines 24 28 Search and Rescue 104 188 Shelter 39 203 Water 16 40 Food 81 174
  • 21. State-Wise Donors and Suppliers States Jan-May Jun-Sept Delhi 71 128 Andhra Pradesh 5 29 Assam 4 0 Bihar 1 16 Chandigarh 0 1 Dadar Nagar & Naveli 0 1 Goa 2 1 Gujarat 21 60 Haryana 13 39 Himachal Pradesh 1 8 Jharkhand 1 0 Karnataka 18 33 Kerala 4 3 Madhya Pradesh 3 5 Maharashtra 63 190 Orissa 2 0 Punjab 7 29 Rajasthan 1 3 Tamil Nadu 21 86 Uttar Pradesh 14 57 J & K 0 3 Uttaranchal 1 5 West Bengal 44 26 Grand Total 297 723
  • 22.  
  • 23. VOT - HOW YOU CAN HELP
    • Example: Assam Floods, July 2009
    • Floods in Assam’s North Lakhimpur district have affected a population of over 98,600 in more than 86 villages.
    • Medentech, manufacturer of Aquatabs water purification tablets, donated 32,000 tablets through CDRN to IGSSS and NEDSF.
    • IGSSS has placed an order for 100,000 more Aquatab tablets.
    • 1,60,000 Water Purification Tablets donated by Aquatabs to CDRN Users for Pre Positioning.
  • 24. Value of Transaction When: Augsust 15 - September 9 VOT Focus Who: 43 Suppliers agree to VOT Donations in various models Where : Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Haryana, West Bengal What : Food, Tents, Medicines, Shelter, Water
  • 25. Government Integration: Assam – Leading State
    • Interactions with Principal Secretary and SDMA officials of Assam had
      • expressed interest primarily for the Asset Registry model
      • agreed to have all DCs create logins and pwds
      • Expressed interest to post Tenders on CDRN website
    • Interactions ongoing with AIDC, Assam Chamber of Commerce and other industry to coordinate PPP
    • Next Step
      • Coordination Meeting Sept / October
      • State Launch November
      • CDRN launches in o ther States - Delhi, West Bengal, and Bihar
    • Ministry of Home Affairs, Disaster Management Division, Director, NDM-I appraised and request made to share information.
  • 26. CDRN Road Ahead
    • Awareness of National and State Industry Federations
    • Awareness of State-level Government Departments
    • Training through presentations to Relief Agencies and Donors
    • Directly targeting critical disaster needs for:
      • Preparedness
        • Pre-Positioning
        • Search and Rescue
      • Recovery
      • Rehabilitation
  • 27. Actionable for all of us Increase and sustain growth for :
    • Needs of Relief Agencies
    • Suppliers/Donors
    • Value of Transactions
    • Technology Upgradation
    • Partnerships/Sponsorships
  • 28. Chandrasekhar Rout Email: [email_address] Mb- +91-9868566178 Website: www.cdrn.org.in THANK YOU