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Disaster Risk Preparedness & Sustainable Housing

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Disaster Risk Preparedness & Sustainable Housing
Presented by:
Mr. Byrone Benson Barrinuevo – Head, Assessment and Planning, DSWD - National Resource and Logistics Management Bureau, Philippines
Ms. Kanykey Djumanalieva – Youth Branch Coordinator / PA Regional Center of Expertise for Education for Sustainable Development of Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyzstan
Mr. Ram Bista – Ward Member (Elected) / Ward Office 13 / Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Mediator / Mediation Council Nepal, Economics Lecturer / Caribbean School of Management
Mr. Syed Zaheer Hussain – GIS Specialist at Punjab IT Board, Government of Punjab, Pakistan, Sr. Researcher at IT University Lahore, Pakistan
2019 ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme
24-30 November, 2019

Published in: Government & Nonprofit
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Disaster Risk Preparedness & Sustainable Housing

  1. 1. Disaster Risk Preparedness & Sustainable Housing 2019 ProSPER.Net Leadership Programme Group #2
  2. 2. Group #2 Information: The group consists of representatives from: • Kyrgyzstan, Kanykey Djumanalieva • Philippines, Byrone Benson B. Barrinuevo • Pakistan, Syed Zaheer Hussain • Nepal, Ram Bista
  3. 3. Background • Central Asia is located in the heart of Eurasia and includes the five post-Soviet republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan • The region is very vulnerable to natural disasters such as earthquakes, snow, rock and mud avalanches, floods, heavy rain, storms, cold and heat waves and droughts • In recent years, the intensity and range of disasters have increased dramatically • Climate change is fostering this development
  4. 4. Objectives • Prepare & activate early actions • Test and refine a pilot • Provide affordable housing • To make an adequate plan for the capacity building of the implementing project • Understand risk scenarios and carry out the forecasting • Involve all of the stakeholders in the capacity building and select the beneficiaries (per stakeholder impact assessment) • Train the volunteers, local leaders, children and intermediaries • Conduct field studies and evaluation
  5. 5. Information on natural disasters in Kyrgyzstan 2007 to 2016: Information on natural disasters in Tajikistan 2007 to 2017: Events: Number: Tremor 447 Floods 185 mudslides 1372 avalanches 550 landslides and falling rocks 229 drought 58 wind 119 Snow and frost 83 Heavy rain and storms 53 epidemies 99 Total: 3195 Events Number: Tremor 264 Floods & mudslides 1129 avalanches 529 landslides 280 falling rocks 40 wind 274 Snow and frost 84 Heavy rain and storms 75 Total: 2675 Data Source: Official website of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan Sources: UN OCHA and COEs
  6. 6. Source: The World Bank / IBRD / IDA. The Report on Poverty in Central Asia. Oct 17, 2019
  7. 7. Challenges and Problems • Extreme weather • The infrastructure • The barriers of the internal migration
  8. 8. Measures on Preparedness • Daily weather monitoring (early warning system) • Protocol (evolving policy plans program) • Basic life support (water, food, heat) • IEC materials (Publications, booklets, videos) • Central Community and Command Center • Ambulance Staging Areas • Incidents community system
  9. 9. Methodology Effective practices applicable to the learning process: • Social mobilization • Pre-construction trainings • Field based activities • Reflection activities • Rescue operations • Planning / decision rules • Vulnerability mapping • Ownership approach For construction process: • Conduct a System of Boundaries within the regional context • Make a market research for the materials selection and the process management • Measure the average of input and output ratio within the system • Identify potential problems (efficiency and effectiveness concerns) • Conduct the average pollution and the total environmental impact from human activities • Identify risks to Climate and Geophysical Disasters (social-infrastructural vulnerability)
  10. 10. The sustainable housing • Comprehensive land use plan • Effective Information Dissemination • Effective distribution of help • Energy • Waste management • Recovery capacity (specify and reuse the materials, ending disposal)
  11. 11. Timeline • Arranging the contact with all the stakeholders • The preparation of the concept and the program of the project • The preparation for trainings • The tender for the housing building • The logistics, construction • The provision of the trainings • The mid-report on activities • The evaluation of the potential of the local communities • Share policy discussions • Create alliances • Improve the infrastructure in the region
  12. 12. Conclusion • Ensure project management and development • Share policy level discussions • National and international capacity building • Form Global and Regional Alliances for Action • Provide scientific research and support
  13. 13. References: • World Bank, 2019, Oct17, Report on Poverty in Central Asia • Official website of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan • UN OCHA and COEs, for the statistics on Tadjikistan • The map was taken from the Pamir Mountains Travel Blog

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