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1 Disaster Risk Management - Status Review & Proposed Plan R. Krishnamoorthy UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS Chennai, India

2 Our Strengths Expertise in the School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences [Depts. of Geology, Applied Geology & Geography] Expertise in the School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences [Depts. of Geology, Applied Geology & Geography] Scientific data on tsunami hazards and earthquake risk / prediction studies Scientific data on tsunami hazards and earthquake risk / prediction studies Center for Natural Hazards & Disaster Studies [CNHDS] funded by MHRD, GOI Center for Natural Hazards & Disaster Studies [CNHDS] funded by MHRD, GOI

3 Our Strengths (Contd.) International Collaborations International Collaborations Tsunami modeling - Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, IRD, "Géosciences Azur", IRD-CNRS-UNSA-UPMC, France Tsunami modeling - Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, IRD, "Géosciences Azur", IRD-CNRS-UNSA-UPMC, France Coastal Zone Management - Kyoto University Coastal Zone Management - Kyoto University

4 Our Strengths (Contd.) Recent Initiatives – collaborative projects in process Recent Initiatives – collaborative projects in process Community Based Coastal Zone Management: Towards Pro-active Risk Communication Strategy for Effective Tsunami Mitigation in the Coastal Areas of India under - India-Japan Cooperative Science Programme (IJCSP) jointly with Kyoto University Community Based Coastal Zone Management: Towards Pro-active Risk Communication Strategy for Effective Tsunami Mitigation in the Coastal Areas of India under - India-Japan Cooperative Science Programme (IJCSP) jointly with Kyoto University Emergency Tsunami Reconstruction Project: Preparation of ICZM plan and coastal vulnerability map for Tamil Nadu – The World Bank Emergency Tsunami Reconstruction Project: Preparation of ICZM plan and coastal vulnerability map for Tamil Nadu – The World Bank Establishment of National Early Warning System for Tsunami & Storm Surges in Indian Ocean – The Ministry of Earth Sciences, GOI Establishment of National Early Warning System for Tsunami & Storm Surges in Indian Ocean – The Ministry of Earth Sciences, GOI

5 INSTITUTIONS IIT MADRAS APPLIED GEOLOGY UNoM LOYOLA COLLEGE CAS-MB Annamalai U MSE TASKS 08: Mathematical Modeling 15: Bathymetry 19: Coastal Protection Coordinating in tasks 4, 7, 14, 16, 20 05: Land Capability Assessment 16/20: Training Programmes 21 : Video Programme for Awareness Creation 23: Video Documentation (English/ Tamil) 12: Ecological data 14: Ecologically Sensitive Areas 19: Bioshield (Coordination with IIT) 12: Socio-economic data 20: Training on ICZMP 22: Awareness Workshop (Coordination with IOM, AU) MSSRF MIDS TRINET 16: Stakeholder Management 20: ICZMP 21: Video programme for awareness 22: Street Plays/ Workshops 23: Video Documentation

6 ANNA UNIVERSITY IOM GEOLOGY IRS CES TASKS PROJECT COORDINATION 03: Secondary data (~50 yrs) for natural hazards 11: GIS Database 13: Conflict resolution 14: ICZM Plan Preparation 16: Training modules 17: Detailed ICZM Plan 18: CRZ Recommendations 20-25: Overall Coordination 04: Geology/ Geomorphology 07: Relevant data collection for Task 4 01: Baseline Maps 02: Land Use Plan 09: Cadastral Maps 08: Mathematical Modeling (Coordinating with OEC, IIT Madras) CDMM 06: Mitigation Measures (Coordinating with IOM) 20: Training on ICZM

7 Our Strengths (Contd.) Publications Publications Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) – The Global Challenge (February 2007) Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) – The Global Challenge (February 2007) Research Publishing Services Research Publishing Services Disaster Management – The Global Challenges and Local Solutions (March 2008) Disaster Management – The Global Challenges and Local Solutions (March 2008) Orient Longman India Orient Longman India

8 Our Weakness Not much in capacity building activities Not much in capacity building activities Guidance / Funding Guidance / Funding

9 MU – KU – METU (Proposed Plan) Capacity Building Activities Capacity Building Activities 1. Basic courses for graduate students 1. Basic courses for graduate students 2. Short-term course for practitioners 2. Short-term course for practitioners 3. Training for the trainers 3. Training for the trainers 4. International training workshops 4. International training workshops 5. Web-based courses 5. Web-based courses Collaborative Research Project Collaborative Research Project

10 MU – KU – METU (immediate tasks) Finalization of MOU [January 2007] Finalization of MOU [January 2007] Preparation of proposals for short-term courses & training for trainers [March 2007] Preparation of proposals for short-term courses & training for trainers [March 2007] 2 ST courses for practitioners/Stakeholders [20 practitioners] 2 ST courses for practitioners/Stakeholders [20 practitioners] 2 TFT [at MU or METU & KU] 2 TFT [at MU or METU & KU] [ = 15 Trainers] [ = 15 Trainers] [5 Trainers on visit] [5 Trainers on visit] 2 Expert visits from KU, WBI & ISDR 2 Expert visits from KU, WBI & ISDR [5 Experts on visit] [5 Experts on visit] Funded by WBI and ISDR

11 MU – KU – METU (tasks) International training workshop [May 2008] International training workshop [May 2008] 5 participants from METU region [WBI/ISDR funding] 5 participants from METU region [WBI/ISDR funding] 15 participants from India [self supported] 15 participants from India [self supported] 15 participants from SA countries [facilitate funding from APN, IHDP, etc.] 15 participants from SA countries [facilitate funding from APN, IHDP, etc.] 5 participants from developed countries 5 participants from developed countries MU will host and provide University guesthouse, MU will host and provide University guesthouse, training hall, field visits & preparation training materials training hall, field visits & preparation training materials

12 MU – KU – METU (tasks) Joint collaborative research project Joint collaborative research project Preparation of first draft – February 07 Preparation of first draft – February 07 Final draft and submission – April 07 Final draft and submission – April 07 Opportunities Opportunities Students / young scholars exchange visits Students / young scholars exchange visits Fellowship for young scholars leading to Ph.D. Fellowship for young scholars leading to Ph.D. Funded by WBI & ISDR Funded by WBI & ISDR

13 MU – KU – METU (tasks) Post-graduate diploma course in the University curriculum [ ] – self supported Post-graduate diploma course in the University curriculum [ ] – self supported Web-based courses [ ] – WBI/ISDR Web-based courses [ ] – WBI/ISDR 2 end user workshops / brainstorming sessions [2009] – WBI/ISDR 2 end user workshops / brainstorming sessions [2009] – WBI/ISDR

14 University of Madras 2010 Adequate strength in capacity building Adequate strength in capacity building Generation of action oriented research outputs Generation of action oriented research outputs Extramural resource generation through funding projects Extramural resource generation through funding projects


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