ENHANCING CNDR PROGRAMS ANDSERVICES USING MICROSOFTSHAREPOINT 2010By :   Hilda T. Cleofe       Executive Director       Co...
Outline         Brief Background about CNDR 1           CNDR SharePoint Project – Application to CNDR     2     Programs  ...
BriefBackgroundabout CNDR
DISASTER SITUATION IN THE PHILIPPPINESThe Philippines at the Western Pacific Rim                             Vulnerable to...
DISASTER SITUATION IN THE PHILIPPPINES1990 Luzon Earthquake 23 provinces in  6 regions 228,000  families  affected 1,28...
The Corporate Network for Disaster ResponseBirth of a Coordinated Business Response    Private Sector realized that     i...
The Corporate Network for Disaster ResponseBuild the capacities of the business sectorand Filipino communities to effectiv...
Member Servicing Increasing preparedness of the  business sector through the  conduct of awareness activities  such as fo...
Community Based Disaster Risk Management                                      Provide capacity                            ...
Emergency ResponseMobilize the private sector to provide timely and effective response during and after disasters
CNDR MEMBERS as of Jan 2011• 37 members                                 – Nestle Philippines, Inc.  – ABS CBN Foundation, ...
Challenges to CNDR Operations                • Limited participation of members (only 60% Members          of members are ...
Challenges to CNDR Operations             • Need to document and share best practices on               business sector and...
CNDR SHAREPOINT
Project Overview –PARTNERS
Project ObjectivesTo increase participation of the private sectorbefore, during and after disaster situationTo enhance par...
Software Licenses donated byMICROSOFT 55 Licenses of MS Office 2010 Professional Plus 55 Licenses of Windows 7 Professio...
Use of MS SharePoint      CNDR’s tool for      Knowledge      Management
Posting of                Announcements                 and Invitations   Disaster  Monitoring,                      Shari...
Posting of Invitations
Sharing of Best Practices
Posting of Guidelines and Standards onDisaster Risk Management
On-line Surveys
Community of Practice On line network of disaster practitioners /experts  and CNDR members to share and learn from one  a...
Disaster Monitoring, Coordination andResponse System (DMCRS) A system within the SharePoint that will focus on mobilizing ...
Social           NetworkingCNDR       Other          Document                         Managementprofile          Features ...
Steps on Setting up CNDR SharePoint
Key Considerations• Need to identify use of SharePoint -  Prioritize• Availability of technical  support/resources• Follow...
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CNDR for MS Sharepoint by Ms. Hilda Cleofe

  1. 1. ENHANCING CNDR PROGRAMS ANDSERVICES USING MICROSOFTSHAREPOINT 2010By : Hilda T. Cleofe Executive Director Corporate Network for Disaster Response
  2. 2. Outline Brief Background about CNDR 1 CNDR SharePoint Project – Application to CNDR 2 Programs Key Features of CNDR SharePoint 3 4 Setting up of CNDR Sharepoint and Key Considerations
  3. 3. BriefBackgroundabout CNDR
  4. 4. DISASTER SITUATION IN THE PHILIPPPINESThe Philippines at the Western Pacific Rim Vulnerable to:  Earthquakes  Volcanic Eruptions  Typhoons  Floods  Landslides  Tsunamis
  5. 5. DISASTER SITUATION IN THE PHILIPPPINES1990 Luzon Earthquake 23 provinces in 6 regions 228,000 families affected 1,283 deaths 2,786 injured P12.23B cost of damages PHIVOLCS photo bank
  6. 6. The Corporate Network for Disaster ResponseBirth of a Coordinated Business Response  Private Sector realized that it had resources that the government had little or none of.  There is need to have formal coordinating mechanisms among responding companies and also vis-à-vis the government  Formation of CNDR in 1990
  7. 7. The Corporate Network for Disaster ResponseBuild the capacities of the business sectorand Filipino communities to effectivelyprepare for and deal with disasters.
  8. 8. Member Servicing Increasing preparedness of the business sector through the conduct of awareness activities such as fora and company specific trainings Increasing awareness of members by providing regular disaster updates Sharing of best practices on business continuity planning, emergency response and community based disaster preparedness programs Linking CNDR members to other partners for disaster preparedness and emergency response activities in the communities
  9. 9. Community Based Disaster Risk Management Provide capacity building activities to high risk communities to increase disaster resilience and reduce vulnerabilities Activities include: trainings and workshops on disaster risk reduction;strengthening the local DRRMC, hazard and vulnerability mapping;contingency planning; installation of early warning system,implementation of small scale mitigation projects, promotion of safeschool campaign and community drills
  10. 10. Emergency ResponseMobilize the private sector to provide timely and effective response during and after disasters
  11. 11. CNDR MEMBERS as of Jan 2011• 37 members – Nestle Philippines, Inc. – ABS CBN Foundation, Inc. – Johnson & Johnson Phils., Inc. – American Chamber Foundation, Inc. – Petron Foundation, Inc. – Ayala Foundation, Inc. – Phil. Business for Social Progress – BPI Foundation, Inc. – Phil. Investment Management – Mead Johnson Nutrition Phils., Inc. – Philippine Transmarine Carriers, Inc.- – Business Profiles, Inc. Carlos Salinas, – CalEnergy International Services, Inc. Jr. Foundation (PTC-CSJF) – Pilipinas Shell Foundation – Chevron Geothermal – Quezon Power (Phil.) Inc. – Chevron Holdings, Inc. – San Miguel Corporation – Coca Cola Foundation Philippines, Inc. – SGV & Co. – Dole Asia Co., Ltd. – Smart Communications, Inc. – Globe Telecom – The Andres Soriano Foundation Inc. – IBM PHILIPPINES – Unilab – Lopez Group Foundation Inc. – Zuellig Foundation, Inc. – Mabuhay Vinyl Corporation – Makati Business Club - PASAR Foundation – Management Association of the - TV 5 Philippines - Philex Mining – Manila Water Company, Inc. – Microsoft Philippines, Inc. – Marsman-Drysdale Foundation Inc.
  12. 12. Challenges to CNDR Operations • Limited participation of members (only 60% Members of members are active)Participation • Need to increase CNDR membership • CNDR should improve its visibility • CNDR should focus on building public-private Programs partnership in disaster risk reduction and • CNDR should integrate multiple hazards approach • CNDR should focus on strengthening capacities of Services members to conduct emergency response and link members with high risk communities
  13. 13. Challenges to CNDR Operations • Need to document and share best practices on business sector and community based Knowledge preparednessManagement • Need to continuously provide timely information before, during and after disasters • Need to provide opportunities for CNDR members to interact with disaster practitioners/expertsResources • Limited financial and manpower resources
  14. 14. CNDR SHAREPOINT
  15. 15. Project Overview –PARTNERS
  16. 16. Project ObjectivesTo increase participation of the private sectorbefore, during and after disaster situationTo enhance partnership between the public andprivate sector in the provision of information andprograms to high risk communitiesTo improve collaboration among CNDR membersand/or between CNDR Secretariat and members
  17. 17. Software Licenses donated byMICROSOFT 55 Licenses of MS Office 2010 Professional Plus 55 Licenses of Windows 7 Professional 1 SharePoint Server 2010 1 SharePoint Server for Internet Sites 20 SharePoint Standard CALs (Device) 20 SharePoint Enterprise CALs (Device) 1 Windows Server 2008 R2 64 Bit 55 Windows Server CALs (Device) 1 Visual Studio Premium 2010
  18. 18. Use of MS SharePoint CNDR’s tool for Knowledge Management
  19. 19. Posting of Announcements and Invitations Disaster Monitoring, Sharing of Coordination Bestand Response Practices System Key Features of CNDR Sharepoint Feedback/Communityof Practice Online surveys Posting of Guidelines and Standards on disaster risk management
  20. 20. Posting of Invitations
  21. 21. Sharing of Best Practices
  22. 22. Posting of Guidelines and Standards onDisaster Risk Management
  23. 23. On-line Surveys
  24. 24. Community of Practice On line network of disaster practitioners /experts and CNDR members to share and learn from one another Initially, the CoP of CNDR will focus on earthquake preparedness The CoP is integrated in the CNDR SharePoint Experts from Phivolcs have agreed to be member of CoP
  25. 25. Disaster Monitoring, Coordination andResponse System (DMCRS) A system within the SharePoint that will focus on mobilizing resources from private sector for emergency response to disaster affected communities Some of the key information that will be uploaded are as follows: - Affected communities - Number of affected families - Number and location of evacuation centers - Damages - Needs of affected communities - Capacities of affected communities - Assistance that have been mobilized from all sectors - etc
  26. 26. Social NetworkingCNDR Other Document Managementprofile Features System Profile of other partners of CNDR
  27. 27. Steps on Setting up CNDR SharePoint
  28. 28. Key Considerations• Need to identify use of SharePoint - Prioritize• Availability of technical support/resources• Follow recommendations for Hardware Specs• Familiarization with other Microsoft Products• Engaging the right partners

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