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HFA Monitoring and Progress Reporting. 2007-2009 Results of First HFA Biennial Review of Progress Shefali Juneja UNISDR, Geneva.

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1 HFA Monitoring and Progress Reporting

2 Results of First HFA Biennial Review of Progress Shefali Juneja UNISDR, Geneva

3 Global HFA Review Process Territorial Dimensions: National: 62 countries, online HFA Monitor tool Regional: 10 inter-governmental organisations Global: More than 30 ISDR system partners and platforms Thematic Dimensions: Early warning: WMO Environment: UNEP Urban risk: EMI Gender: UNISDR, Gender Network Recovery: UNDP BCPR, OCHA, IRP

4 Key components of HFA Monitor 3 strategic goals: assess current national priorities 5 priorities for action: assess progress on 22 core indicators against five levels of progress 5 drivers of progress: assess level of reliance on key catalysts for risk reduction 3 future outlook statements: re-assess current priorities and project future strategies

5 … and levels of progress Level 1: Minor progress with few signs of forward action or policy commitment Level 2: Some progress, but without systematic policy and/ or institutional commitment Level 3: Institutional commitment attained, but achievements are neither comprehensive nor substantial Level 4: Substantial achievement attained but with recognised limitations in capacities and resources Level 5: Comprehensive achievement with sustained commitment and capacities at all levels

6 Findings of the Global HFA Review Significant progress: HFA Priority 1, 5 Strengthening institutional capacities, systems, policies and legislation for disaster risk reduction; technical and institutional capacities for disaster preparedness, contingency plans Consistent progress: HFA Priority 2 Identification, assessment and monitoring of disaster risks; enhancement of early warning systems Weak progress: HFA Priority 3 and 4 Knowledge, innovation and education, raising awareness; in particular mainstreaming of disaster risk reduction into economic, social, urban, rural, environmental, infrastructure planning

7 Progress reported by Income classification

8 Progress reported by Regions Consistently high progress: Europe, Pacific Consistent but unsatisfactory progress: Asia, Latin America, Pacific Weak progress: Africa


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