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HFA Monitoring & Review

The Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) Monitoring and Progress Review process will facilitate monitoring, evaluating and reporting on the implementation of disaster risk reduction measures at the national, regional and global levels.


Regional reporting begins online, 14 March 2014


National reporting for 2014-2015 begins online, 17 February 2014. In the interim, please use offline template available from the National HFA Monitor section.


The second cycle of the Local HFA Self-Assesment will close on
19 December 2014.

Objective

Capture key trends and areas of progress and challenges at all levels with regard to achieving the strategic goals of the HFA.

Benefits

Developing benchmarks and indicators that monitor, evaluate and report on progress in implementation of disaster risk reduction measures have evident benefits at the local, national, regional and global level:

  • Identification of existing problems/ gaps and increasing their importance on the political agenda
  • Promoting solutions through new or strengthened policies, programmes, plans, capacities and resources
  • Developing systematic, comprehensive data and information management systems with regard to disaster reduction
  • Establishing generic standards for implementing disaster risk reduction actions at all levels

Stakeholders

The online National HFA Monitor tool has been accessible by designated national authority/ HFA focal points since May 2008. The designated focal points will be assigned new access details from the UNISDR secretariat to initiate the progress review process for 2013-2015. National focal points are encouraged to involve multiple stakeholders in the progress review process.

Official Communications



Create your own view of country national HFA progress by selecting, sorting and comparing the data and information you wish to see. View it online or download a spreadsheet.

Regional, national and local reports on the progress of the implementation of the Hyogo Framework for Action.