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    Dipechoun premonsoon wks final Dipechoun premonsoon wks final Presentation Transcript

    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS If planning does not embrace the value that  everyone should survive, they will not” h ld i h ill ”
    • The most vulnerable when the disaster strikes… Do we see them,  do we hear their voices , their issues raised  in DMC meetings,  in orientation sessions,  in DP planning activities,  p g , in emergency committees?
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS … are they less prepared ?
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Because inclusiveness saves  lives,  and to be in accordance  d b i d with basic international  human rights standards,   human rights standards Nepal DRR stakeholders  have two main frameworks  to address inclusiveness…
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS HYOGO Framework for Action: A  gender perspective should be integrated into all disaster  risk management policies, plans and decision­making  processes; Cultural diversity, age and vulnerable groups should be  p gf taken into account when planning for disaster risk reduction, , as appropriate.
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS The National Strategy on Disaster Risk Management Ensures that gender and social inclusion is mainstreamed into all stages of disaster risk management. g The action agenda for DRR will actively follow these principles at every stage from conceptualization, design and implementation.
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS So the question is HOW we can include these  frameworks in our District planning frameworks in our District planning Guidance Note For Let’s go through  District Disaster Preparedness Planning Workshop or Meeting the Guidance  Note  As Endorsed by and find some of  Government of Nepal the scope  …  Ministry of Home Affairs y May 2009
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS 1st principle of inclusion:  REPRESENTATION & PARTICIPATION  for an inclusive DECISION­MAKING • In First Preparedness Meeting Participation  • In District Disaster Relief Committee In District Disaster Relief Committee  • In VDC level Flood Response Committees Disabled concern groups Women’s associations HIV/AIDS support groups Youth clubs Specific social groups associations etc.
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Examples and challenges from the field  of inclusion  into District level DRR In Humla 74% of interviewed persons Humla, with disability during screening process declared they want to participate in DRR activities. active participation versus figurative role active participation versus figurative role
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS 2d Principle of inclusion : 2d Principle of incl sion  DISAGGREGATED DATA BY SEX, AGE AND  SPECIFIC CONDITION Population Estimation for Minimum Preparedness % of Pop.(use dist.% Total affected population Total displaced population indicators if available) Male Female Total Male Female Total Total Affected Population 100,000 # of households Av 6/ h 16,700 Women in reproductive age 25% 25,000 #elderly people, Population above 60 y yp p , p years of age # children up to 19 years 46% 46,000 Adolescent 10-19 yrs 22% 22,000 # of pregnant disable women #persons experiencing severe social stigma (e.g. Dalit), detainees #extremely poor people, #people with pre-existing, severe physical, neurological or mental disabilities or disorders, #persons suffering from chronic illness HIV/AIDS infected population # pregnant and breastfeeding women 5% 5,000 # Pregnant women 2.3% 2,300 Estimated # of deliveries/months 0.25% 250 Estimated # of infants/months 0.25% 250 Expected # of women with EOC/months 0.038% 38 Expected # of infants with complications/ month 0.025% 25 #children 6-9 years 11% 11,000 #children U5 13% 13,000 # children 6-11 months 1% 1,000 # children12-23 months 3% 3,000 #children 24-59 months 8% 8,000 #children 6-59 months 12% 12,000 Malnourished children 6-59 months (GAM) 13% 1560 -In district reports Moderately acute malnourished 6-59 months Severely malnourished children 6-59 mnths 10% 3% 1200 360 -In district demographic information -In community mapping, etc.
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Who What Where in Mapping of I/NGOs and UN program: gender‐based violence reproductive health HIV/AIDS disability di bilit ageing children social rights Etc.
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS 3d Principle of  inclusion: INFORMATION TO  ALL Public Information Campaign: if we want to reach ALL the  public, messages may need to be passed in more than a single  y ,p g, way to reach children, persons with hearing, visual or  intellectual impairments, using diverse channels to reach  women, men, youth and elderly people, being disseminated  by representative civil society groups: HIV/AIDS support  by representative civil society groups: HIV/AIDS support groups, Disabled Concern Groups, Women’s associations,  Dalit groups, etc.
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS 4th Principle of inclusion:  IDENTIFICATION AND ADDRESS OF  SPECIFIC NEEDS In identification of shelter f f In chapter on Needs assessment and analysis In FORMATS 2 and 3
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Specific additional guidelines, tools  or  S ifi dditi l id li t l commitments  used in DRR activities  in Nepal  used in DRR activities in Nepal Gender ‐‐IASC Gender Handbook in Humanitarian Action, Women, girls,  boys and men, Different needs equal opportunities, Dec. 2006. boys and men Different needs equal opportunities Dec 2006 ‐‐ IASC Guidelines on Gender­Based Violence Interventions in  Humanitarian Settings ­­ http://www.humanitarianinfo.org/iasc ‐ subsidiary bodies,  p // g/ y , Gender, several resources .
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Specific additional guidelines, tools  or commitments  used in DRR activities  in Nepal (2) Disability  Convention on the Rights of Persons with disabilities, Art. 11,  ratified by Nepal in Dec. 2009. Dhulikhel Declaration, April 2008. Training Manual on Mainstreaming disability into DRR, HI,  Training Manual on Mainstreaming disability into DRR HI 2009. Guidelines on Barrier Free Emergency Shelter, HI, updated  and translated into Nepali 2010.
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Specific additional guidelines, tools  or commitments  used in DRR activities  in Nepal (3) p ( ) HIV / AIDS Guidelines for HIV/AIDS in emergency settings. Updated in  December 2009 with Nepali version available at the end of  April 2010. Training proposed in May 2010. April 2010. Training proposed in May 2010. Regional Induction manual on Integrating HIV into  Humanitarian Action in Asia and the Pacific  (includes training  Humanitarian Action in Asia and the Pacific (includes training curriculum), June 2009.  http://www.humanitarianinfo.org/iasc, subsidiaries bodies,  HIV/AIDS, several resources .
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Specific additional guidelines, tools or commitments used in DRR activities in Nepal (4) Human Rights o PROTECTING PERSONS AFFECTED BY NATURAL DISASTERS, IASC Operational Guidelines on Human Rights and Natural Disasters, June 2006. An A over arching d hi document on th rights of all victims of natural t the i ht f ll i ti f t l disasters, including special protection.
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Inclusiveness is at the heart of the NSDRM, Inclusiveness is at the heart of the NSDRM let’s not shift it into a footnote in our pre‐monsoon planning p p g
    • DIPECHO Partners in Nepal in collaboration with OCHA/UNAIDS Next steps to strengthen  Next steps to strengthen inclusion/ crosscutting issues in DRR activities  in Nepal: What How When Who? p •Ensure all contingency plans have been reviewed through an Inclusion lens, taking into consideration Gender, HIV/AIDS, disadvantaged groups, disability, etc.? •Separate workshop on Inclusion in emergency settings? •Create an inter-agency working group on Inclusion for the 2010 planning p p g process? •Integrate inclusion sessions into future DP and DRR workshops and trainings? • Wider dissemination of the existing Guidelines? Training?