National focal points for disaster risk reduction, national platforms for disaster risk reduction, local platforms for disaster risk reduction
This official public consultation version is a product of a long and detailed process of drafting, consultation and review. This document will be on PreventionWeb for public review during 3 months and has the purpose to ensure we haven’t overseen aspects that are important to consider.
The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction charts the global course over the next 15 years. During the consultations and negotiations that led to its finalization, strong calls were made to develop practical guidance to support implementation, ensure engagement and ownership of action by all stakeholders, and strengthen accountability in disaster risk reduction.
Paragraph 48 (c) of the Sendai Framework calls upon “the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), in particular, to support the implementation, follow-up and review of this framework through […] generating evidence-based and practical guidance for implementation in close collaboration with States, and through mobilization of experts; reinforcing a culture of prevention in relevant stakeholders […]”. In order to support the process, a number of targeted Sendai Framework implementation guides shall be developed.
These implementation guides build upon the experience of the development and use of the similar “Words into Action” guide created during the Hyogo Framework for Action decade, which ran from 2005 to 2015.
Mindful that the guides should support the Sendai Framework implementation, the “Words into Action” guides may focus on a specific topic, sector, or stakeholder group. For example, there is a demand for further guidance on: aligning and measuring targets and indicators; meeting the priorities for action; development of risk-informed plans and strategies; investment opportunities; areas for innovative action and implementation since HFA; working with relevant partners and stakeholders.