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Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction
Session 6.1: Integrating Protection into
Disaster Risk Reduction
(Place) – (Date)
Overview
Protection throughout the disaster
phases
Components of disaster preparedness
Assessing the context and challenges
National frameworks and local
coordination
Disaster Phases
Disaster preparedness
Disaster response
Situations of prolonged displacement
and/or relocation
Early recovery/reconstruction
Disaster Risk Reduction
Reducing disaster risks through systematic
efforts to analyze and manage the causal
factors of disasters
Hyogo Framework for Action
International Strategy for Disaster Reduction
Preparedness components
Public awareness of hazards
Communication of early warnings
Emergency plans at community level
Mapping of hazards, vulnerabilities
Shifting focus
From response to hazard risk management
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Starting with the community
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Adopting a whole-of-government approach
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Developing National Action Plans
From external intervention to national capacity
building
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Training programmes
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Transfer of knowledge and skills
Human Rights and
Disaster Preparedness
Protection of
Life, Security,
Physical
Integrity and
Dignity
Protection of
Rights
related to
Basic
Necessities
of Life
Protection of
Economic,
Social and
Cultural Rights
Protection of
Civil and
Political Rights
• Security
• National
Disaster
Management
Plans
• Early Warning
• Information and
Training
• Contingency
and
Response
Plans
• Risk
Assessments
• Land, Housing
and Property
• Reconstruction
• Compensation
• Finances
• Documentation
• Tracing
• Complaints
Mechanisms
Assessing the Local Context
Frequency and trends of disasters
Disaster types
Magnitude
Vulnerabilities
Resources
Potential Challenges
Remote locations
Cultural and linguistic diversity
Damaged infrastructure
Lack of baseline data
Response capacity overwhelmed
Poor linkages between government
structures
Influx of international assistance
Increased Vulnerability
Climate change - increase in extreme weather
events
 Uncontrolled urban development
Growing environmental degradation
Loss of traditional adaptation practices
Disaster response:
National laws and policies
National Level Frameworks:
• Relevant Laws
• Relevant Policies
• Disaster Risk Reduction and Response
Plans
Coordination with Regional and Local
Actors
Disaster response:
National to local coordination
National
Province/Region
Local
 Regular and emergency organization
 Emergency response plans
 Supplies reserve & delivery system
 Disaster mitigation
 Education and awareness programmes
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