Presentation on theme: "WRC 2 World Reconstruction Conference 2 Resilient Recovery- an imperative for sustainable development Conference Objective To advance consensus on resilient."— Presentation transcript:
World Reconstruction Conference 2 Resilient Recovery- an imperative for sustainable development Conference Objective To advance consensus on resilient recovery as an imperative for sustainable development and poverty reduction Organisers: GFDRR World Bank, EU, IRP, UN/UNDP/UNISDR
World Reconstruction Conference 2 1.Link to a General Presentation n WRC that explains the event https://www.dropbox.com/s/xtqo8j84hh7j3yo/WRC_RoadShow Presentation.pptx?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/xtqo8j84hh7j3yo/WRC_RoadShow Presentation.pptx?dl=0 2. Link to the DRF Guide https://www.gfdrr.org/sites/gfdrr/files/publication/DRFGuide_F INAL_small_REVISED_FULL-disclaimer.pdf https://www.gfdrr.org/sites/gfdrr/files/publication/DRFGuide_F INAL_small_REVISED_FULL-disclaimer.pdf 3.Explanation presentations. Link to follow.
World Reconstruction Conference 2 Early and better planning for recovery and reconstruction Early: ASAP, progressively detailed, responsive Better: Realistic, affordable, strategic, qualitative Assessment + Planning and Implementation PDNA + DRF
World Reconstruction Conference 2 PDNA: Post Disaster Needs Assessment DRF: Disaster Recovery Framework
1. Planning for recovery Promote and ensure efficient, inclusive, and effective recovery and reconstruction interventions and measures through the institutionalization of post disaster needs assessments and recovery frameworks across regions and all levels of government.
2. Financing for recovery Provision for sufficient financial reserves and resources within government to manage and respond to disasters triggered by natural hazards, and formalized strategic and resource commitments towards equitable recovery planning, implementation and performance management; promoting more dependable and predictable international financial mechanisms for financing recovery.
3. Tools and capacities for Planning Recovery Strengthening mechanisms for cooperation with services in areas of recovery and reconstruction that include standardized approaches for post-disaster needs assessments and recovery planning frameworks, and other support services such as sharing of information, data bases and rosters of experts, best practices, capacity building, tools, bi-lateral, regional and multilateral support to countries, and progress monitoring.
4. Capacities, roles and responsibilities to Implement Recovery Strengthening readiness and capacity for recovery planning, implementation, and monitoring across regions and all levels of government, and establishing clear roles and responsibilities for all actors in a recovery setting.
5. Institutionalization: Sendai DRR, SDGs Consider further consultations in the development of a “Draft Voluntary Commitment in Support of Recovery and Reconstruction in the Post-2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction” (Annex I) at Second Preparatory Committee Meeting and the Third UN World Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction, and other events ahead of the Third UN World Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction to be held in Sendai, Japan in March 2015
WRC 2 priorities The role of Government Shelter/ Housing/ Urban Self Recovery
Working Documents 1. Post Disaster Needs Assessment (revised) A: Overall B: Thematic: Housing, community infrastructure, employment, environment, 2. Disaster Recovery Framework 3. Case studies: 11 Countries
Post Disaster Needs Assessment (revised) From quantitative counting hardware assets To qualitative understanding systems: social, economic, physical, institutional From losses to capacities
Post Disaster Needs Assessment ‘Community Infrastructure’ 3. Information of the governance aspects of community infrastructure, including community-based management processes, social processes, social organizations and institutions including NGOs and CBOs involved with decision-making, design, construction and financing as well as day-to-day maintenance of community infrastructure 5. Information on the community infrastructure portfolio: All types of community-led, non-government-funded common assets, all officially implemented infrastructure and prospective, adopted plans. Planned interventions are particularly important to register, as they could be adopted and used in the recovery process.’
Post Disaster Needs Assessment Housing ‘Assess coping mechanisms and recovery sources and capacity’
Post Disaster Needs Assessment Housing ‘After a major disaster occurs, a decision may be taken to protect dwellings and other buildings and settlements against the possible occurrence of similar phenomena in the future. The cost of land stabilisation, flood protection and structural reinforcement should be estimated as part of the described change in economic flows associated with the event, and presented as part of the housing reconstruction plan.’
Post Disaster Needs Assessment Housing ‘If the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) cluster system has already been activated, the Shelter Cluster Leads and their coordination team should ideally be consulted in the PDNA process very early in order to best utilize their expertise, avoid duplication, and to engage them in the development and implementation of the Recovery Roadmap and the recovery action plans’
How are we taking part in the development of this process? How will we take part in testing and developing this in the next crisis opportunities? Are we ready? Are there priorities we want to work on to contribute to this process? (Technical assistance? Assessments? City recovery frameworks)
London 25 November 2014 UCL and Habitat For Humanity Introducing and discussing the DRF with World Bank Emergency and development NGOs and civil society stakeholders.