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SHELTER AND SETTLEMENT
TRAINING SURVEY
FRED KRIMGOLD & KARIMA BENBIH
VIRGINIA TECH ADVANCED RESREARCH INSTITUTE
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OBJECTIVES
• Who needs to be trained to do what?
• What do we need to accomplish that?
o Collecting existing material
o Review of contents
o Interviews of key individuals
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TITLE
SPONSOR
FOCUS
Shelter After Disaster
Oxford
Brooks(Collaboration
CARE Intl)
Relief phase shelter, shifts
to recovery
CORE
Common
Operational
Recovery
Essentials
Shelter Centre/ECHO/DFID
Common humanitarian
technical training.
Foundation course
Humanitarian Shelter for
Managers
ECB
Strategy, Approach and
modalities in shelter
interventions
Decision-makers,
general Managers,
Multiple
International training
course on earthquake
vulnerabiliy reduction
ADPC
Capacity Building,
partnership
Decision-makers, Local
national admin. , urban
planning actors
Bangkok, Thailand
Basics of construction in
Humanitarian missions
(French)
BIOFORCE
Processes for conducting a
construction operation in a
mission
Humanitarian actors,
logistitians
Lyon, France
Shelter and Settlements in
Disasters
University of
Copenhagen
(Collaboration of
IFRC)
Shelter in disasters from
relief to recovery
People with
experience and/or
interest in shelter
after disaster
University of
Copenhagen
Green recovery and
reconstruction
WWF
Training toolkit for
humanitarian Aid
NGOs, Individuals
Online
Shelter Essentials
RedR
Training toolkit for
humanitarian Aid
Professionals and
specialists
London, UK
Elderly in shelters
IFRC - HelpAge
Guidance on including
older people in emergency
shelter programmes
Professionals and
specialists
Introduction to Disaster
Response and Recovery
University of Copenhagen
Disaster response and
recovery
Students, Health
specialists
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AUDIENCE
People with
experience and/or
interest in shelter
after disaster
All humanitarian
stakeholders
Government
Development
Humanitarian
Academic
Private
VENUE
Oxford Brooks
Training has taken place
in: Bangladesh, India,
Indonesia, Myanmar
Nepal, Thailand,
University of Copenhagen
SCOPE OF ANALYSIS
• TOPICS COVERED
• INTENDED AUDIENCE
• DELIVERY MECHANISM
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INITIAL FINDINGS
• DEVELOPMENT CONTEXT
• URBAN CONTEXT
• DRR IN RECOVERY
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TRAINING FORMAT: 111
• 1 Day: Executives / Communications
• 1 Week: Managers / Country officials
• 1 Month: Practitioners
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SUGGESTED TOPICS TO COVER
S&S Training Themes (For discussion purposes)
BACKGROUND AND HISTORY
Introduction to disasters: History and typology
Anthropology of disaster
Recovery phases
Urban/ Rural Vulnerabilities and assessment
Recovery Theoretical framework
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Urban planning: land use, Infrastructure, health and education
Design Concepts for Emergency Shelters
Design Concepts for Transitional Housing
Design Concepts for permanent reconstruction
Continuum of emergency shelter to permanent reconstruction
Local Building Practices and Vernacular Architecture
Urban transitional Sites (Camps)
Urban Infrastructure: transportation, Water, Sanitation, Energy, Communication
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SUGGESTED TOPICS TO COVER
PLANNING – POLICY ISSUES
Urban issues in developing countries
Capacity building
Non Structural solutions: Hosting, Rental.
Concerns for renters
Working with host/local governments
Policy context: Property rights, Finance, Subsidy, Infrastructure, Regulation
Post-disaster new forms of planning and policies
House, Land and property
COORDINATION, ASSESSMENT AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
Assessment methodologies
IASC, OCHA, GSC and Field Clusters - Roles and responcibilities
Data collection and Information management
Pooled fundings (CERF, CHF, Flash Appeal)
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SUGGESTED TOPICS TO COVER
SHELTER PROPOSALS
USAID/OFDA shelter proposal requirements
Shelter grant management
COMMUNITY INVOLVMENT
Community enumeration processes
Individual recovery and livelihoods
Non Structural solutions: Hosting, Rental.
Informal settlements
Social and Psychological and cultural dimensions
Post-Disaster social dynamics
Community based DRR
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SUGGESTED TOPICS TO COVER
MAINSTREAMING AND INTEGRATION
Targeting the most vulnerable population - Gender, children, elderly and disabled
Environmental concerns
Protection
Livelihood
WASH
Early recovery
VULNERABILITY AND RESILIENCE IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Urban- rural Vulnerability
Building resilient cities
Vulnerability and development; facing change of economic statuses
MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP
Strategies of work in conflict situations
Concerns for renters Advocacy
Construction management
Monitoring the recovery process
Institutional Recovery/ local government-neighborhood
Management of field training
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A plea for assistance
• As a knowledgeable group, please
provide
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Information on training programmes we
have missed
Evaluation of trainings programmes from a
field perspective
Suggestions for new contents
CONTACT INFORMATION
Karima BENBIH
Fred KRIMGOLD
[email protected]
[email protected]
Main: +1 571-858-3307
+1 202-997-5077
Advanced Research Institute
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and state University,
900 N. Glebe Rd. Arlington, Va 22203 USA
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