Rebuilding After Emergencies: Challenges and Responses

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Rebuilding After Emergencies: Challenges and Responses

  1. 1. Rebuilding After Emergencies:Challenges and Responses<br />Types of Emergency<br />Natural (earthquakes, typhoons, landslide, flooding, tsunami, etc.) <br />Man-made (armed conflict) – More challenging because of destruction of institutions that will provide services<br />
  2. 2. Rebuilding process: sequencing<br />Humanitarian stage<br />Rehabilitation and reconstruction stage<br /> (back to community of origin or resettlement, conduct of needs assessment, agricultural livelihood projects, CCT and CDD, conduct of labor market survey)<br />Promoting sustained growth and development<br />(Needs 10 years or more for post conflict societies)<br />
  3. 3. Philippine case: Mindanao<br />Ingredients for success:<br />Donor participation<br />Participation of national government<br />Coordination with local government units<br />CDD and community participation<br />Finding a modus vivendi with the rebel group<br />
  4. 4. Lessons learned<br />Seek assistance of international aid agencies<br />Strengthen national government agency assigned to deliver social services<br />Capacity building support and extend resources to local government units<br />Participatory development and CDD<br />Promote transparency and accountability<br />

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