HOST(S): Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC)
Type: Training Course Date: 21 - 25 Aug 2017 Location: Thailand (Bangkok)
This course aims to enhance the understanding of mainstreaming disaster risk reduction (DRR) into the development planning processes through building the capacities of government officials, development partners and stakeholders to implement disaster resilient development.
The specific objectives of the course include:
Module 1: Introduction to disaster risk reduction
The purpose of the first module is to provide participants with the basic knowledge on disaster risk reduction (DRR) that is required to support a detailed understanding of mainstreaming. The module will cover terminologies related to DRR, discuss the comprehensive link between disasters and development, and provide a basic outline on risk assessment and how to use risk information to guide development decisions.
Module 2: Mainstreaming disaster risk reduction into the development planning process
This module will form the core of the training and will start by providing a detailed explanation of what is mainstreaming and provide a broad framework for mainstreaming DRR. The subsequent session will then aim to break down the development planning processes into key components and suggest the approaches for mainstreaming DRR into the respective component.
Module 3: Enabling environment for mainstreaming
The final module will introduce actions required to initiate and sustain the process of mainstreaming DRR into development. Topics covered include advocacy, monitoring and evaluation for mainstreaming, and financing options for DRR.
The course is particularly useful for government officials responsible for disaster risk reduction policy and planning, national development planning, land-use planning, local development or finance; representatives of national forums on the Sustainable Development Goals; and related agencies.
The course will also benefit development professionals from development agencies (e.g., UN agencies, bilateral and multilateral agencies and nongovernmental organizations), working closely with government agencies on issues related to development policy, planning, and programs.
Package A without accommodation: USD 1,575
Package B with accommodation: USD 2,025
The standard course fee of USD 1,575 covers course tuition, training materials, refreshments; two breaks and lunch daily (Monday-Friday) during the training, and study visits. Participants will be responsible for their own travel expenses and arrangements, airport transfers, visa application, lunch on weekends, all dinners, health and accident insurance, and other personal expenses.
Participants who want to stay at the hotel where the course will be conducted can choose an alternative course fee package B with accommodation.
To ensure the quality of the delivery of sessions, we are limiting the availability of seats. Interested participants are requested to fill in the application online here by July 21, 2017.
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