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InfoRM is a collaboration of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Task Team for Preparedness and Resilience and the European Commission.
'Countries at risk from humanitarian emergencies that could overwhelm current national response capacity, and therefore lead to a need for international assistance'
Why manage risk?
InfoRM Principles Global coverage Open source Continuous Transparent Flexible
Theoretical framework Component and indicator selection Pre- processing Building the index
Results – Global list
Results – Country profile
Results – Trends
Results – National models
Analysis – vs HDI Source: Human Development Report (UNDP)
Analysis – Humanitarian appeals Source: OCHA World Humanitarian Data and Trends 2013
Analysis – DRR funding Source: Kellet and Caravani 2013 (ODI/GFDRR)
Using InfoRM Just some examples of how organisations using InfoRM...
Website: inform.jrc.ec.europa.eu Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
OHRI towards an Open Humanitarian Risk Index A comprehensive, widely-accepted and open evidence base with which to reach common understanding and coordinated.
Countries or areas of countries at risk from humanitarian emergencies that could overwhelm national response capacity and lead to a need for international.
National Disaster Risk Management Program NDRMP Belgrade, March
Commissioning Research and Evaluation – a commissioner’s perspective Ivan Grimes Assistant Director Southern & Eastern Regional Assembly.
Disaster risk reduction – How did we get here?
IASC SWG on Preparedness Five Country Initiative Progress 29/06/2009.
LIVING WITH RISK : AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO REDUCING SOCIETAL VULNERABILITY TO DROUGHT ISDR AD HOC DISCUSSION GROUP ON DROUGHT ISDR TF April 2003.
UNICEF LAC RO and Colombia February 11, 2016 InfoRM is a collaboration of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Task Team for Preparedness and Resilience.
Pan American Health Organization Inter-American Mechanism for Disaster Response Where do we go? Dr. Jean Luc Poncelet Area Manager Emergency preparedness.
This Programme is funded by the European Union Programme implemented by Eptisa, Parsons Brinckerhoff, ICET, ITC, GIRHIMPROM and REC Caucasus Programme.
Australian Humanitarian Partnership Briefing - 17 May 2016.
The EU Bioeconomy Observatory Meeting with RRM Group Brussels, 2 nd April 2014 Damien PLAN JRC Unit A2 Scientific support to Innovation Union
Regional GBV Task Force East, Central and Southern Africa Inter Agency GBV TASK FORCE.
Coordination and Net Working on DRR Rapid Emergency Assessment and Coordination Team (REACT) Bishkek November, 2009.
Excellence in public administration for competitiveness
Meeting of the ISDR Asia Partnership March 2010 A Presentation by David Verboom and Thearat Touch EUROPEAN UNION AND DISASTER RISK REDUCTION (Photo.
Session 1 Setting the Context. Objectives At the end of this session, you will be able to: Understand current humanitarian trends and issues and the implications.
Humanitarian Context: Current trends and expectations Session
Session 271 Comparative Emergency Management Session 27 Slide Deck.
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