There is a need for significant changes-in paradigm, concepts, and practices paving the way to reduction of the impacts of natural disasters. The disaster management should readily and actively adjust its operational strengths to address the evolving developments in disaster risk management by structuring its technical focus on climate risk management, disaster management systems, urban disaster risk management and public health in emergencies. The communities and countries should be better prepared, safer, and more resilient in face of disasters. The training course will equip the trainees to acquire appropriate skills and competencies to handle disasters.
The programme is accredited by the United Kingdom reputed awarding body CPD and certificate will be issued to learner for their professional development.
- Basic Concepts of disaster management
- Disaster Management Systems
- Climate risk Management
- Public health in emergencies
- Role of Local Authorities in Community-based Disaster Risk Management
- Community Based Risk, Needs And Damage Assessment
- Community Disaster Reduction Planning
- Community-Managed Implementation
- Mainstreaming Gender in Disaster Risk Reduction
At the end of the training the participants will be able to:
- Develop understanding of concept of disaster management
- Handle climate risk management and public health emergencies
- Appreciate the role of the local authorities in disaster management
- Guide community participation in disaster management
- Develop understanding of importance of gender mainstreaming.
It will be a mix of methods like Interactive Lecture, Brain Storming, Group work and presentation, Role play/Activities, use of work sheets, case studies and field visits.
Who Should Participate ?
DRR is a specialized course addressing to the competency and knowledge needs of operation level practitioners who are or will be involved in the design and implementation of DRR projects and programs in their organizations. Participants from policy and senior management levels of government, UN, donor organizations and INGOs are welcome to learn about how DRR is operationalized.
The course is open for participants from various sectors including
- local government departments, NGOs, INGOs,
- United Nations agencies
- National emergency response agencies
- Private sector
||£ 50 per participant.
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