2011 11 05 05 ifrc presentation 112011-2

908 views

Published on

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
908
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
5
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
18
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Water treatment units - small & mobile. Provides clean drinking water for up to 5,000/days - storage & distributionEmergency Water Supply (water treatment unit – 5000 people/days)Emergency Shelter (tool kits, Tarpaulins, kitchen set…)Sanitation (latrine slabs, hygiene kits, hygiene promotion material)Vector Control (equipment for destroying larvae & mosquitoes, mosquito nets)Experienced and trained aid workers:Assessment, WatSAN, shelter, logistics, RFL, Communications, Psycho-social support, RecoveryDelegates in Solomon Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati Red CrossAustralian Volunteers for International Development:Volunteers in Solomon Islands, Fiji and Micronesia Red Cross.Training events national society staff & aid workers:Emergency Community Health Module Training , shelter technical training, Disaster Response Team Training, Disaster Management Officer Induction
  • Branches - (Mangaia, Aitutaki, Mauke, Mitiaro, Atiu, Palmerston, Rakahanga, Manihiki, Penrhyn, Pukapuka, Nassau)Satellite phones in (Manihiki, Pukapuka, Penrhyn, Rakahanga, Nassau, Palmerston)
  • 2011 11 05 05 ifrc presentation 112011-2

    1. 1. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific FRANZ Annual Meeting 7-8 November 2011 in Canberra IFRC Pacific Regional Delegationwww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    2. 2. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Overview  Secretariat Response and Preparedness Global Zone - Asia Pacific Region - Pacific  Prepositioning stocks through Container Programme  National Society Capacitieswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    3. 3. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Secretariat Capacities and Roles  Global Level Disaster Response Emergency Fund (DREF) Emergency Appeals Field Assessment and Coordination Teams (FACT) Emergency Response Units (ERU)www.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    4. 4. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 The Local to Global Response Tools FACT Global Geneva ERU IT PHE / Logist LeadersRegional Regional Telec WatSan DM Deleg. RDRT National Logistic, Relief, PHE, Watsan, Assessment NDRT (PDRT) Count Basic Training Volunteers Del/ NS Local ERTwww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    5. 5. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Secretariat Roles (Asia Pacific Zone) Disaster Management Unit in Kuala Lumpur Support and coordination to disaster response in the zone, including Pacific Technical assistance in relief management, assessments, WatSan, shelter and early recovery Coordinate international support (Emergency Appeals, DREF) Surge capacity and coordinate HR support in emergency Maintain a 24/7 disaster monitoring system Standardize training in all areas of emergency response Monitor the quality of disaster management and response efforts in region Promote National legal preparedness to request and receive international disaster assistancewww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    6. 6. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Secretariat Roles (Asia Pacific Zone)  Regional Logistics Unit in Kuala Lumpur  Coordinates logistics in the region  Provides technical and training support for logistics and logistics systems  Goal: to be in a position to deliver relief for 5,000 beneficiaries in the Pacific within 48 hours and relief for a further 45,000 in 5 days  Supports the procurement of standard non-food relief items for national societies  MOUs with Australian and New Zealand Red Cross for the procurement of relief itemswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    7. 7. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Secretariat Capacities  Pacific Regional Office  First line of contact for national societies  Provides national societies with technical support in building capacities in disaster response and preparedness  Delivers regional aspects of Pacific Disaster Management Partnership Programme (HR and prepositioning)  Supports Government through legal preparedness studies for strengthening international disaster response  Coordinates with internal (RC movement ) and external partners in the region (PHT, Pacific Disaster Risk Management Partnership)www.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    8. 8. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Red Cross Containers in the Pacific  Japanese Red Cross/ARC  Containers/storage places across Pacific with emergency relief items  8 core items: Blankets, tarpaulins, rope, kitchen sets, buckets, water containers, hygiene set, lightning  Secretariat looking for closer coordination with partnerswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    9. 9. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 13 National Societies  Australian Red Cross  Solomon Islands Red  New Zealand Red Cross Cross  Vanuatu Red Cross  French Red Cross  PNG Red Cross  Fiji Red Cross  Samoa Red Cross  Cook Islands Red  Tonga Red Cross Cross  Tuvalu Red Cross  Kiribati Red Cross  Palau Red Cross  Micronesia Red Crosswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    10. 10. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Australian Red Cross  Pacific Disaster Management Partnership Program (PDMPP)  Rapid Response Team – Brisbane warehouse (1000 HH) for:  Emergency Water Supply - Emergency Shelter – Sanitation - Vector Control  Experienced and trained aid workers (Assessment, WatSAN, shelter, logistics, RFL, Communications, Psycho-social support, Recovery) - Delegates in Solomon Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati Red Cross  Australian Volunteers for International Development - Volunteers in Solomon Islands, Fiji and Micronesia Red Cross.  Training events national society staff & aid workerswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    11. 11. Australian Red Cross (…) Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011  Experienced and trained aid workers:  Assessment, WatSAN, shelter, logistics, RFL, Communications, Psycho-social support, Recovery  Delegates in Solomon Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati Red Cross  Australian Volunteers for International Development:  Volunteers in Solomon Islands, Fiji and Micronesia Red Cross.  Training events national society staff & aid workers:  Emergency Community Health Module Training , shelter technical training, Disaster Response Team Training, Disaster Management Officer Inductionwww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    12. 12. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 New Zealand Red Cross  Warehouse in Auckland  Emergency response support through qualified human resources (relief, watsan, health…)  ERU: IT & T  Emergency desalination units + operators  Support national societies through partnership agreement for core costs  IT&T support to national societies (technical and material)  First Aid trainingwww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    13. 13. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 French Red Cross  Warehouse in Noumea  Emergency response support through qualified human resources (watsan, basic health care volunteers..)  ERU: WatSan  Logistics capacity building programme  Together becoming resilience programme with Vanuatu and Solomon Islands RC  Providing Vanuatu RC with technical support on the strategic planning.www.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    14. 14. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Fiji Red Cross  HQ in Suva – 14 branches  Disaster management team in HQ, disaster management coordinator to be recruit  14 Emergency Response Teams (ERT)  14 locations with emergency relief items (containers, storage)  NOMAD water purification system  17 satellite phones, 12 VHF radios and two repeaters  Black packs – blankets, clothing for family, towels, mini 1st Aid kit, plastic sheeting, mosquito repellant, disaster survival informationwww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    15. 15. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Solomon Islands Red Cross  Headquarters in Honiara  Disaster Management officer, DRR officer, CCA officer  Branches and sub-branches in Guadalcanal, Western, Tomotu and Malaita provinces with DM focal points  Emergency Response Team (ERT) at HQ and branches  4 containers with emergency relief items (Honiara, Gizo, Auki and Lata)  Satellite phones and VHF radios with repeaterswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    16. 16. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Vanuatu Red Cross  Headquarters in Port Vila  Disaster Management Officer, Disaster support officer, 2 provincial branch managers  ERT in 6 provincial branches and sub- branches  5 containers with emergency relief items (Port Vila, Santo, Tafea)  6 satellite phones and 12 VHF radios and two repeaters  DMO runs training: ERT and First Aid instructor trainingwww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    17. 17. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 PNG Red Cross  Headquarters in Port Moresby  14 branches with ERT volunteers  Newly employed disaster risk management officer  Trained volunteers for response to cholera outbreak  Warehouse in Port Moresby and 24 containers (as of 2010) across the country  NOMAD water purification system  5 satellite phones and VHF radios and repeaterswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    18. 18. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Cook Islands Red Cross Society  Headquarters in Rarotonga  Disaster Management, DRR and CCA officers  11 Branches on outer islands ERT trained volunteers  New office, warehouse and cyclone shelter in Rarotonga  12 emergency items storages (NHQs and outer islands)  NOMAD water purification system  Satellite phones in HQ and 6 outer islands and VHF radios and repeaters  WatSan programme in Pukauka and Mitiaro with a support of a delegate (Norwegian RC/NZRC)www.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    19. 19. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Samoa Red Cross Society  Headquarters in Apia  Disaster management coordinator, CCA officer  Warehouses, containers and stocks (NHQ, Tuasivi, Savaii, Manono, Lefaga, Fagaloa, Lepa) with emergency relief items  7 satellite phones and12 VHF radios and 2 repeaters;  2 ambulances + 4 new vehicles;  NOMAD water purification system;  62 First Aid Teams in the country.www.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    20. 20. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Tonga Red Cross Society  Headquarters in Nuku’alofa  Disaster Management Officer  2 Branches Vava’u and Ha’apai (plans to build a branch in Eua)  3 Containers with emergency relief items (Tongatapu, Ha’apai and Vava’u), storage in Niutoputapu  9 satellite phones (7 in Tongatapu, 1 Ha’apai, 1 Vava’u) and VHF radios and repeaters  3 ERT trainings (Eua, Vava’u, Ha’apai 2011)  National Society programme review is in processwww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    21. 21. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Tuvalu Red Cross Society  Headquarters in Funafuti  New Secretary General (September 2011) with heavy disaster management background  Disaster Management Officer (vacant) – 6 active volunteers in main island.  Red Cross volunteers on each islands  2 containers located in Funafuti and Vaiputu with emergency relief items  13 satellite phones, VHF radios and repeaterswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    22. 22. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Micronesian Red Cross  Headquarters in Pohnpei  Disaster Management Officer  5 containers (2 Pohnpei, Chuuk, Yap and Kosrae) for emergency relief items  7 Satellite phones, VHF radios and repeaters  Community based disaster response team (5 training 2011)www.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    23. 23. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Kiribati Red Cross  Headquarters in Tarawa  Newly employed Secretary General (October 2011)  Disaster Management Officer  1 container for emergency relief items  Disaster management capacities under developmentwww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    24. 24. Red Cross disaster response capacities in the Pacific - 2011 Palau Red Cross  Headquarters in Koror  Disaster Management Officer  Personnel trained in 1st Aid  1 Container for emergency relief items  14 satellite phoneswww.ifrc.orgSaving lives, changing minds.
    25. 25. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON RED CROSS DISASTERRESPONSE CAPACITIES IN THE PACIFIC,PLEASE CONTACT:IFRC PACIFIC REGIONAL OFFICE – Suva - FIJIYSABEAU RYCX – DISASTER MANAGEMENT COORDINATORTEL. : +679 999 2509EMAIL: ysabeau.rycx@ifrc.orgTHIS PRESENTATION IS PUBLISHED BYINTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OFRED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT SOCIETIESP.O. BOX 372CH-1211 GENEVA 19SWITZERLANDTEL.: +41 22 730 42 22FAX.: +41 22 733 03 95

    ×