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Rebuilding After Emergencies: Challenges and Responses

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

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