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Agenda version 6 nov 2013


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Agenda version 6 nov 2013

  1. 1. South-East Asia Regional Delegation AGENDA Practitioners’ Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction “Inclusive DRR toward resilience in South East Asia” Venue: The Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel, 122 Sukhumvit Soi 22 Day 1: Wednesday 13 November 2013 08:15-08:45 Guests arrival and Registration Opening Remarks 08 :45- 08 :55 08 :55- 09 :05 09 :05- 09 :15 Welcome by Ms. Indira Kulenovic, the IFRC’s South East Asia Regional Delegation Opening Remarks by Mr. Edward Turvill, ECHO DRR Advisor Inaugural Address by Dr. Amnat Barlee, the Thai Red Cross Opening Session 09 :15- 09 :30 Overview of ECHO intervention in South East and East Asia, by ECHO Regional Office 09 :30- 09 :45 Workshop Introduction and Expected Outcomes, by IFRC South East Asia Regional Delegation 09:45- 10: 15 Coffee Break 10:15- 12:00: Session 1- Advocacy, Awareness and Accountability- Session Moderator: Christine Apikul How Advocacy can influence DRR Agenda in Viet Nam- by JANI Viet Nam Advocacy at community level in risk reduction planning and implementation- experiences from South Dagon, Yangon, Myanmar From pilot model to integration in government safer housing program in Viet Nam- by DWF Viet Nam 12:00- 13:00 LUNCH
  2. 2. South-East Asia Regional Delegation 13:00– 15:00 : Session 2: Community Mobilization and Inclusive Approach- Session Moderator: Christine Apikul Inclusive Approach (Elderly, Children, People with Disability and Women)- the case of Myanmar- by Myanmar Consortium for Community Resilience (MCCR)- Action Aid Myanmar Integration of inclusive DRR into the government planning and budgeting- by Handicap Indonesia Mainstreaming of inclusive CBDRR into local development planning process- by Action Against Hunger Philippines Community Mobilisation- by Thai Red Cross 15:00-15:15: Coffee Break 15:15-17:15 : Session 3 : School Safety & Youth Empowerment in Risk Reduction- Session Moderator: Christine Apikul Youth empowerment in risk reduction- the story from Timor Leste- by Timor Leste Red Cross Encouraging the effective participation of people with disability in DRR activities at community and school- by Handicap Indonesia Safe School- Three Pillars practices from Cambodia- by Plan Cambodia Child- Centered DRR and Education- by UNICEF 18:30: Welcome Dinner Reception in Panorama 1
  3. 3. South-East Asia Regional Delegation Day 2: Thursday, 14 November 2013 08:45-09:00 Synthesis of Day 1 by Sanjeev Kafley 09.00– 10:15: Session 4: Early Warning- Early Action- Session Moderator: Christine Apikul From piloting to establishment of Early Warning System- by Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical & Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) Tsunami alert in Indian Ocean- Case study from Indonesia Red Cross by Indonesia Red Cross 10:15- 10:30- Coffee Break 10:30- 12:00: Session 5: DRR & Livelihoods- Session Moderator: Christine Apikul Enhancing Capacities for DRR in Agricultural Production- Case study from Cambodia and the Philippines- by FAO Lessons learned from the implementation of Livelihoods in Viet Nam- by Swiss Red Cross in Viet Nam 12:00-13:00 Lunch Break 13:00-16:00: Areas for future direction- Session Moderator : Christine Apikul  Advocacy; Awareness; and Accountability  Inclusive Approach and Community Mobilisation  School Safety and Youth Empoerment in Risk Reduction  Early Warning Early Action  DRR and Livelihoods  Urban Risk Reduction  Post HFA 16:00-17:00: Evaluation and Closing- Session Moderator: Hung Ha Nguyen