Risk Reduction Objectives-final (1).pdf - Risk Reduction Objectives Towards a Safer Environment Plan 6125 Ishrat Islam PhD Department of URP BUET Seven

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2/14/2018 1 Towards a Safer Environment Plan 6125 Ishrat Islam PhD Department of URP, BUET Risk Reduction Objectives Seven risk reduction objectives (CARDIAC) 1. C. = Communicate understanding of vulnerability 2. A = Analyze vulnerability 3. R = Focus on reverse of PAR model 4. D = emphasize sustainable development 5. I = Improve livelihood 6. A = Add recovery 7. C = extend to culture Risk Reduction Objectives: 1 Understanding and communicate the nature of hazards, vulnerabilities and capacities. Firstly, acquisition of knowledge concerning the nature of hazards, vulnerability and capacities. Secondly, to build capacities that allow patterns in daily life to change in ways that increase personal and social protection. Public awareness followed by informed action is the foundation of resilient household and societies. Risk Reduction Objectives: 1 Short term hardship is required for long term safety. Organizations at various levels are required for risk communication. Governance at national level that encourages action by civil society. Public awareness strategies that focus on institutions than individuals. Risk communication in the form of dialogue not monologue. Local knowledge and trust are two important factors.
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2/14/2018 2 Conduct risk assessment by analyzing hazards, vulnerabilities and capacities. Integrated hazard and capacity/vulnerability analysis (CVA) rarely happens. Risk assessment is synonymous with “ hazard mapping” Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies now practice Vulnerability and capacity analysis (VCA). Risk Reduction Objectives: 2 Citizens’ Disaster Response Network in Philippines uses a Hazard, Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment Matrix to structure discussion at local level. Risk Reduction Objectives: 2 Risk Reduction Objectives: 2 Hazard Assessment 1. Hazard type 2. Warning signs 3. Forewarning 4 Speed on onset 5. Frequency 6. When 7. Duration Vulnerability Assessment 8. Extent 9. Elements at risk and why elements at risk 10. People at risk 11. Locations of people at risk Capacity Assessment 12. Recourse left and capacity for disaster response Risk Reduction Objectives: 2 Dominant Approach Citizen based and development-oriented disaster response 1. Unforeseen, disrupt normal life and need outside assistant.
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