Presentation on theme: "The Development of the ASEAN Co-ordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA Centre) The 8th ARF Inter-Sessional Meeting."— Presentation transcript:
1The Development of the ASEAN Co-ordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA Centre) The 8th ARF Inter-Sessional Meeting on Disaster Relief, Banda Aceh, 5-6 Desember 2008 TABRANI Executive Director Interim AHA Centre
2ASEAN Regional Forum Map ASEAN in orange, Dialogue Partners in yellow.
3ASEAN Regional Instruments ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management (ACDM)ASEAN Agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response (AADMER)ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management (AHA Centre)ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF)
4ASEANPromoting Regional Cooperation in the spirit of equality and partnership thereby contributing to peace, progress and prosperity in the Region(Bangkok Declaration, 8 August 1967)
9AADMER Signed on 26 July 2005 by Foreign Ministers of ASEAN XI Parts and 36 articlesThe Regional mechanism for cooperation and collaboration in DM and EREstablishment of AHA CentreEntry into force: After all AMS's have ratified
10PRINCIPLES:Respect the sovereignty, territorial integrity and National unity of the PartiesStrengthen cooperation and coordination in the spirit of solidarity and partnership.The requesting/receiving Party shall exercise direction, control, coordination, supervision of the assistancePriority to prevention and mitigationMainstream DRR into Development Policies, Planning and Programming at all levelsInvolve all stakeholders
11Disaster Risk Identification, Assessment and Monitoring Identify Disaster Risk: Hazard, risk assessment, vulnerabilities and capacitiesNFP communicates to AHA CentreAHA Centre consolidate, analyse and disseminate
12AADMER : PART VIII ASEAN CO-ORDINATING CENTRE FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE ARTICLE 20. ASEAN CO-ORDINATING CENTRE FOR HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE The ASEAN Co-ordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management (AHA Centre) shall be established for the purpose of facilitating co-operation and co-ordination among the Parties, and with relevant United Nations and International organizations, in promoting regional collaboration The AHA Centre shall work on the basis that the Party will act first to manage and response to disaster. In the event that the party requires assistance to cope with such a situation, in addition to direct request to any Assisting Entity, it may seek assistance from the AHA Centre to facilitate such request The AHA Centre shall carry out the function as set out in ANNEX and any other functions as directed by the Conference of the Parties.
13DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Establish Disaster EWCooperate to monitor trans-boundary hazardsPrepare SOP for Regional Cooperation and National ActionConduct Training and Exercise to update SOP
14ASEAN Standby Arrangements For Disaster Relief and Emergency Response On Voluntary basis, earmark assets and capacities for Regional SA for DR and EREmergency Response/SAR DirectoryMilitary and Civilian AssetsEmergency stockpiles of Disaster Relief itemsDM expertise and technologiesCommunicate to AHA CentreAHA Centre consolidate, update, disseminate
15Emergency Response National Emergency Response Joint Emergency Response through the Provisionof AssistanceAHA Centre Could Coordinate and Facilitate the AssistanceIdentify and Notify AHA Centre of Military and Civilian Personnel, experts, equipments, facilities and materials which could be made available for the Assistance
16Technical Cooperation and Scientific Research Undertake Technical CooperationSupport Scientific and Technical ResearchAHA Centre shall facilitate activities for technical cooperation and scientific research
17NFP and Competent Authorities Designate a National Focal Point and Competent AuthoritiesInform AHA CentreAHA Centre regularly provide an update for NFP and CA.
18Standard Operating Procedure for Regional Standby Arrangements and Coordination of Joint Disaster Relief and Emergency Response Operation (SASOP)Guide the Actions of Parties and AHA CentreImplementing ASEAN Standby Arrangements for Joint Disaster Relief and Emergency ResponseProcedures for utilisation of military and civilian assets and capacitiesMethodology for ARDEX (ASEAN Regional Disaster Emergency Response Simulation Exercise)Guidance for establishing, activating, mobilising, on-site coordination, demobilising and reporting of the ASEAN Emergency Rapid Assessment Team (ERAT)
19Host of AHA Centre40th AMM-MANILA 29 JULY 2007 ENDORSED INDONESIA AS A HOST OF AHA CENTREROAD MAP ADOPTED BY THE 9th ACDM MEETING (VIENTIANE, MARCH 2007) ENDORSED BY AMM, THE GOV. OF INDONESIA WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MANAGING THE INTERIM AHA CENTRE
20OCTOBER 2007: INTERIM AHA CENTRE WAS OPERATIONALISED AT BAKORNAS PB, PARTICIPATED IN ARDEX-07/SINGAPORE.10th ACDM MEETING/SINGAPORE OCT.07 NOTED THE PROGRESS OF THE INTERIM AHA CENTRE AND CONGRATULATED INDONESIA.LESSON LEARNED: TO VALIDATE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE START-UP FACILITIES OF INTERIM AHA CENTRE
21THE 12th ACDM MEETING ON 29TH AUGUST 2008 DECIDED TO EXTEND THE SERVICE OF THE INTERIM AHA CENTRE BEYOND DECEMBER 2008, PARTICULARLY WHEN THE RATIFICATION PROCESS BY ALL AMS COULD ONLY BE COMPLETED AFTER DECEMBER 2008.
22Activities ARDEX-07 Singapore In activation stage (receive the Initial Report from the affected country and facilitate request/offer of assistance)
23ARDEX-08 ThailandEstablish and operate a joint reception (RDC) with UNDAC at the airport incl. briefing and de-briefingForm a joint assessment team with ERAT and RDRTParticipate in Camp Management Workshop
24LOCATIONThe Interim AHA Centre utilizes the premises and facilities owned by the Government of IndonesiaLocated at 4th Floor of BNPB (National Disaster Management Agency of Indonesia), JL. Ir. H. Djuanda No. 36, Jakarta Pusat.Phone:Fax:
25FACILITIESThe facilities for interim AHA Centre provided by the GOI and the other donorsFacilities provided by GOI will be used during the interim period and possibly handed over to AHA Centre when it is fully operational (considered by BNPB)
26Next Step Further Study Vision and mission Goal and strategy Role and functionOrganisational structureOperational, technical and staffing requirementsCriteria of premises, facility and ICT capabilitiesMapping of existing mechanism, capacities and linkagesFinancial Plan and Strategy for the operation and sustainability of AHA Centre, including resources provided by host government, other ASEAN member states and external resourcesA five-year work plan and host government agreement