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This presentation is on India Disaster Resource Network of Ministry of Home Affairs, India, developed by UNDP under GoI- Disaster Risk Management Programme.

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  • 1. Ministry of Home Affairs Government of India An initiative of Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India , National Informatics Center & United Nations Development Programme Online inventory of resources for disaster response preparedness Presented By: Sujit Mohanty Manager – Disaster Information Systems GoI- UNDP DRM Programme XXI ALL INDIA BAI CONVENTION
  • 2. The biggest problem for disaster managers to respond to disasters is quickly mobilizing equipments, human resources and critical supplies to the emergency spot.
  • 3. When disasters strike:
    • Disaster managers needs lot of specialized equipments and skilled human resources for quick response.
  • 4. When disasters strike:
    • Delay in response may result in increased loss of lives and livelihoods.
  • 5. When disasters strike:
    • There is a lack of knowledge of whereabouts of these resources either in the neighboring District or State.
  • 6.
    • Online resource inventory for disaster management
    • National initiative under the Govt. of India-UNDP DRM programme in collaboration with National Informatics Center, Government of India.
    • Online database for capturing the countrywide inventory of equipments and skilled human resources for emergency response.
    • A database to minimize emergency response time by effective decision making on mobilization of human & material resources.
    • Systematic data collection & collation from Govt. line departments ,Public Sector Units, Corporate sector etc at the district level.
  • 7. CII- more than 5000 members BAI- more than 33000 members Corporate Sector
  • 8. The Progress…
    • Decentralized resource inventory being managed by the districts.
    • 80000 records from 565 districts of 35 States/UTs already been captured.
    • Districts are updating their inventory quarterly.
    • Partnership with Builders’ Association of India (BAI) for Corporate Sector resource inventory.
    • The IDRN web portal has been extended to accommodate BAI members (33000 approx.)
  • 9. Why Corporate Sector?
    • It is a known fact that majority of emergency resources are with the corporate sector.
    • Corporate sector has been assisting the administration effectively with equipments and skilled human resources in disasters.
    • Thus the corporate sector has a major role in building this National inventory of resources.
  • 10. Web Address: http://www.idrn.gov.in User Manual can be downloaded from IDRN Site
  • 11. Live Demonstration