Poetsma icrc crdr.disaster.symp.panel.isprm11

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  • 1.
  • 2. National authorities
    and local organizations
    National authorities
    and local organizations
    SFD
    PHYSICAL REHABILITATION CONTINUUM
    Different phases
    Pre-crisis Acute Crisis Chronic crisis Post Crisis Development
    SFD
    ICRC
    Differentresponsibilities
    National authorities
    and local organizations
    Nat. auth.
    and
    local org.
    ICRC
  • 3. ICRC PRP Projects
  • 4. SFD-SUPPORTED PROJECTS2011: 59 projects in 27 countries
    SFD AS
    16 projects
    3 countries
    2 expat and
    5 nat staff
    SFD EUR
    1 project
    1 country
    0.2 expat
    SFD AM
    19 projects
    10 countries
    2 expat and
    3 nat staff
    SFD AF
    23 projects
    13 countries
    5 expat and
    6 nat staff
  • 5. Access to
    Rehabilitation
    Services
    Impairment
    FOR LIFE
    FOR LIFE
    Poverty, and (post-)situations of crisis, conflict or violence have a direct effect on:
    • general health
    • 6. health/social system
    • 7. security
    • 8. economy
    Reminder:
  • 9. The Rapid Deployment Mechanism(RDM)
    • When where and what?
    • 10. professionals, standards, processes and equipment!
    • 11. meeting within hours chaired by HoR
    • 12. staff in <24H for 30days
    • 13. since 2008, 300 staff deployed in 16 events
  • SFD OBJECTIVES
    accessibility to services
    quality of provided services
    long term functioning of
    rehabilitatoon centres
  • 14. TWO-PRONGED APROACH
    • Structure-oriented
    • 15. Capacity building through:
    • 16. Technical / managerial support and training
    • 17. Supporting national bodies
    • 18. Financial / material support
    • 19. People-oriented
    • 20. Promote access through:
    • 21. Information
    • 22. Identification, referral and follow-up
    • 23. Reimbursement of services
    • 24. Transport, accommodation and food
  • ICRC HOSPITAL SUPPORT
    • 24 countries
    • 25. Main area's: Pakistan, Afghanistan, Chad, Iraq, Somalia and Palestinian territory.
    • 26. Goal: maintaining and reinforcing key hospital services in area's affected by conflict
    • 27. Some statistics (2010):
    • 28. 500,000 patients
    • 29. 16,400 weapon wounded (1,700 mine victims)
    • 30. Majority of mine victims: Afghanistan
    • 31. 130,700 surgical operations
    • 32. 22 warsurgery seminars; 19 emergency room trauma courses
  • Persons with disabilities are particularly vulnerable to disasters and crises, both on account of disability and poverty; yet they are often ignored or excluded at all levels of disaster preparedness, mitigation and intervention. More than half a billion people with disabilities live in countries often affected by conflicts and natural disasters.
    “Reaching the most vulnerable 30-31 May, 2011 - Oslo, Norway”