Presentation on theme: "IAP Day 1 PM: Progress in voluntary commitments - Private Sector."— Presentation transcript:
IAP Day 1 PM: Progress in voluntary commitments - Private Sector
Overview: Private Sector commitment 6AMCDRR ActionTargetsBreakdown of indicatorTime frame I. Improved collaboration of the private sector in DRR Qualitative improvement “Long Term” Quantitative increase # of private sector participants # of events with private sector by AMCDRR 2016 # of relationships with governments # of relationships with CSOs # of relationships with academia “Long Term” # of new members 20% by WCDRR 2015 20% by AMCDRR 2016 # of guidance and examples # of strong ambassadors by AMCDRR 2016 Improved risk information sharing # of risk information sharing examples 2 by AMCDRR 2016
Overview: Private Sector commitment 6AMCDRR ActionTargetsBreakdown of indicatorTime frame II. Increase knowledge and capacity in among the private sector Reduce business failure related to disasters method to monitor business failure reduction of business failure by AMCDRR “Long Term”, i.e. 2020 …by building the capacity of SMEs in BCM/BCP # of BCM/BCP case studiesby AMCDRR 2016 # of local governments approached“Long Term”, i.e. 2020 …by building capacity of SMEs in basic business planning # mentorships on business planning # of case studies of above “Long Term”, i.e. 2020 # mentorships in BCM/BCP …via toolkits# new translations of APEC toolkit # further adoption of above toolkit by AMCDRR 2016 “Long Term”, i.e. 2020 # new toolkits“Long Term”, i.e. 2020 # companies mentorships in BCM # associations mentorships in BCM (not indicated)
Overview: Private Sector commitment 6AMCDRR ActionTargetsBreakdown of indicatorTime frame III. Promote standards and reporting for resilience Develop standards and certification 1 hotel certification programme by WCDRR 2015 1 baseline studyby AMCDRR 2016 Inclusion of DRR in business reports reporting guidelines for SMEs(not indicated) # of DRR mentions in reporting “Long Term” We have two targets to fulfil by WCDRR 2015 increase in number of PSP members launch of Hotel Resilient certification programme
Progress – increase in membership … with HQ in Asia-Pacific among 67 global DRR-PSP 6AMCDRR: 14 companies Commitment Target: by WCDRR 2015: 20% increase in A-P membership = 3 new A-P companies Numbers are met We now have additio nal 5 new companies from Asia-Pacific InterRisk Research Institute & Consulting Inc. Japan Conservation Engineers Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) Mitsubishi Research Institute Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance However, sector/ country representation needs improvement
Progress – Hotel Resilient Programme Joint effort from UNISDR, GiZ/GIDRM and PATA Worked with a range of stakeholders, including governments, tourism and disaster management authorities and hoteliers Clear support for the program Commitment Target by WCDRR 2015: Market Survey on hotel needs to be presented We are now at Development of governing mechanisms (Steering Committee) Implementation plan to develop standards Market Survey in Thailand A certification scheme for hotels and resorts to reduce climate and disaster risks and strengthen resilience across tourism destinations in the Asia-Pacific region. This programme will focus on the development of a set of standards and guiding principles
Concluding remarks Many targets have been set for timeframe 2016. To meet these targets, work is underway to… Formalizing and linking Global and Regional PSP structures Organizing a Private Sector Engagement Strategy for the Asia- Pacific regional PSP. In the meanwhile: Concrete ideas from AMCDRR commitments supported Major Group Business & Industry’s input to HFA II, and were reflected in Zero Draft, Member States’ statements and suggestions.