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1 Training Report on Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR) Submitted to CBM Country Office House 12(GA), House 2/A,Block F, Banani, Dhaka, Bangladesh Submitted By Moloy Chaki Course Coordinator

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS executive Summary... 2 Title of the training... 2 Broad objective... 3 Specific objectives... 3 Course contents... 3 Methodology... 4 Training materials and equipment... 4 Key learning of the sessions... 4 Conclusion... 7 ANNEXURE 1. Course Schedule 2. Participants list 1

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The South Asian region is very prone to disaster due to its unusual geo physical setting. The great Himalayas in the north, the vast Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal in the south and unfavorable topographic pattern have made the region a hot spot for multi hazards. Every year in this region thousands of people are killed due to natural disasters. Cyclone, storm surge, tornado, flood, drought and earthquake are common phenomenon in South Asian countries like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It is widely speculated that due to climate change the intensity and frequency of hydro metrology related hazards are likely to increase in South Asia. Although the risk of disaster can be minimized to an extent through structural developments but unfortunately the prevailing poor socio economic condition in most of the South Asian countries has made this an unfeasible option. Moreover, the high population density is further aggravating the problem. Persons with Disabilities are more vulnerable to disasters than others. The socio economic and physical vulnerabilities make them very susceptible to disasters. Surprisingly, still the issue of persons with disabilities has not been addressed in development planning. Natural disasters cannot be prevented, but the disaster risk can be alleviated by enhancing capacities and reducing vulnerabilities. Disaster risk reduction is the systematic development and application of policies, strategies and practices to minimize vulnerabilities and disaster risks throughout a society, to avoid (prevention) or to limit (mitigation and preparedness) adverse impact of hazards, within the broader context of sustainable development. As a sign of support and belief in the concept of disaster risk reduction, numbers of projects have been initiated by different development agencies in South Asian region. But the inclusion of persons with disabilities in disaster risk reduction has not been addressed yet. Considering the reality, CBM and CDD jointly organized and conducted a ten day training course titled Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction. The objective of the training course was to mainstream disability inclusive disaster risk reduction in development planning. Representatives of CBM partner organizations and CBM SARON participated in the training course. The training course was conducted by adapting participatory training methodology and tools. The training course was not only confined within the closed walls of the classroom but also included visits to different agency and community for practical learning. During the training course, the participants had the scope to interact with different stakeholders like the representative of policy/decision makers, key personnel of Upazila (Sub district), Union and Ward disaster management committee and senior officials of Cyclone Preparedness Programme (CPP). At the end of the training course, participants expressed their high level of satisfaction and pledged to implement disability inclusive disaster risk reduction programme within their own country context. Each of the participants were presented with a certificate and a CD containing course materials. A dinner was organized where high level government officials and representatives from different INGO and national NGO were present. The Director General of the Disaster Management Bureau graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. 2

4 Title of the training Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR) Broad objective To mainstream disability inclusive disaster risk reduction in development planning Specific objectives To enhance capacity of the personnel in CBM SARON and partner organizations on disability inclusive disaster risk reduction To develop contingency plans for the partner organizations; Course contents The major contents of the training course are given below: Basic Terminology on Disaster Management Disaster Risk in South East Asia Climate Change and its Impact in South East Asia Disaster Management practices in South East Asia Disaster Risk Reduction Volunteerism and Disaster Risk Reduction (CPP Case Study) Understanding Disability Vulnerabilities of persons with disabilities in Pre, During and Post Disaster Periods Measures to Reduce Risks of persons with disabilities. Disability movement in Bangladesh Disability inclusive DRR projects of CBM partners Brief on Bangladesh Pilot Project Indigenous knowledge and its importance in DRR Community based Disaster Risk Management Community Risk Assessment (CRA) Development of Disaster Risk Reduction Plan Disaster Risk Reduction and Advocacy Emergency Response, relief and rehabilitation Purchase and Procurement Policy Development of Contingency plan. Mock drill 3

5 Methodology The methodologies adopted in the training courses are as follow: Brainstorming Sessions Lecture Discussion Small Group Discussion Participatory Discussion Experience Sharing Group Planning Pair Learning Feedback Simulation Games / Icebreakers / Energizers Self Analysis Case Study Field Visit Training Materials and Equipment The different supportive materials used are as follow: White board and Marker VIPP board VIPP card Flipchart board Flipchart Poster paper and Permanent markers Laptop Multimedia projector Maps Flip charts and Posters Flash Cards 4

6 Key learning of the sessions Title of the Session Basic Terminology on Disaster Management Disaster Risk in South Asia Climate Change and its Impact in South Asia Disaster Management Practices in South Asia Disaster Risk Reduction Volunteerism and Disaster Risk Reduction (CPP Case Study) Understanding Disability Key Learning There are many ways to define disaster and terminologies commonly used in disaster risk reduction practices depending on the scientific and professional purpose, organizational background and needs of the authors or practitioners. In achieving consistency, it is best to look into common elements in the definitions as well as how definitions are incorporated into practice. Due to its geophysical setting, poor socio economic condition and high population density, South Asian countries are vulnerable to geological and hydro metrological hazards such as cyclone, storm, storm surge, tornado, flood, river bank erosion, drought and earthquake. The frequency and intensity of natural disasters are increasing in South Asia due to climate change. Till now disaster management falls under the category of post disaster in most of the South Asian countries. Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka are little bit ahead than other regional countries in terms of systematic disaster management by incorporating disaster management issues in policies and practices. Natural disaster cannot be prevented, but disaster risk can be minimised by enhancing capacities and reducing vulnerabilities. Disaster is not an isolated issue in development. As a cross cutting issue, it is integrated with other development sectors. So disaster risk reduction should be mainstremed with development plan. Volunteerism is very important in disaster risk reduction. Cyclone Preparedness Programme (CPP) is an example of community participation in disaster risk reduction. A volunteer can play a vital role in pre, during and post disaster situations through awareness raising, risk reduction planning, warning dissemination, rescue & evacuation, shelter management, first aid and damage assessment. Disability results from the interaction between persons with impairments and attitudinal and environmental barriers that hinders their full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others, Persons with disabilities include those who have long term impairments, for example, physical, psycho social, intellectual and who cannot get involved in society because of different reasons, such as attitudes, language, stairs, and laws, which prevent people with disabilities from being included in society. 5

7 Title of the Session Vulnerabilities of persons with disabilities in Pre, During and Post Disaster Periods Measures to Reduce Risk of Persons with disabilities Communitybased Disaster Risk Management Community Risk Assessment (CRA) Key Learning Persons with disabilities tend be ignored in emergency preparedness & registration systems. Persons with disabilities are often excluded from disaster preparedness response efforts. Persons with disabilities may lack awareness and understanding on disaster and its consequences. Persons with disabilities are particularly affected by changes in terrain resulting from disaster. Because of inadequate physical accessibility, mobility aids or appropriate assistance, PWDs are often deprived from rescue and evacuation services, relief access, safe location/adequate shelter, water and sanitation and other services. Emotional distress and trauma caused during a crisis situation often have long term consequences on persons with disabilities. Misinterpretation of the situation and communication difficulties (like what happened? what do I do? where is my Family? etc) make Persons with disabilities are more vulnerable in disaster situation. Actively engage persons with disabilities: (a) through mainstreaming the needs of persons with disability into policy development and (b) inviting input from persons with disability at local, regional and national levels. Training of non governmental organizations, government agencies and other stakeholders in order to improve "disability confidence". Dissemination of information regarding the needs of persons with disabilities and also that persons with disabilities are not one homogenous group who are in need of the same treatment. Recruitment of professional staffs specialized in disability. Making persons with disabilities an asset by making use of their particular skill and talent. It is necessary to undertake Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction to develop resilient people living within resilient environments in the resilient countries. The steps of community based disaster risk management are as follow. Initiating the process to work with the community Conducting community risk assessment Participatory disaster risk reduction planning Community managed implementation Participatory monitoring and evaluation Community Risk Assessment (CRA) uses participatory action research methods to place communities in the lead role for the assessment, active planning, design, implementation and evaluation of activities aimed at reducing the community s risk to disaster. CRA focuses on identifying the most vulnerable groups in a community, and explores what local CAPACITIES can be used to enhance the resilience of the community members. 6

8 Title of the Session Development of Disaster Risk Reduction Plan Key Learning Disaster Risk reduction is not an individual s business, as a cross cutting issue it is integrated with other development sectors also. So participation of different stakeholders is very important in risk reduction planning. Based on the findings of community risk assessment, an effective disaster risk reduction plan can be developed by involving different stakeholders including the community. Disaster Risk Reduction and Advocacy Community themselves can identify their hazard, risk, vulnerabilities and capacities and also can develop risk reduction plan. But community does not have adequate resources for the implementation of risk reduction plan. In this regard it is very important to link disaster risk reduction with local as well as national development plan. Advocacy is an effective tool which can draw the attention of specific policy/decision makers or specific agencies/organizations related to disaster risk reduction. It is essential to advocate for disaster risk reduction to ensure that today s hazard don t turn into tomorrow s disasters. Emergency Response Emergency response is an important component of disaster management. Early warning dissemination, emergency needs assessment, rescue & evacuation, shelter management and relief distribution are the major components of emergency response. Emergency response is a technical job which requires trained and skilled responder, necessary logistics & materials with effective and realistic contingency plan. Development of Contingency plan Organizations that decide to act after the onset of an emergency usually involving immediate humanitarian relief, and which may vary in duration depending on the crisis must have a contingency plan for emergency response. The contingency plan should be developed participatorily and consider the strength and weaknesses of the organization. A contingency plan may cover information on the organization, local context, existing resources, different interventions, responsible people, detailed roles, required resources and time line. In addition to the contingency plan the participants also drafted organizational disability inclusive disaster risk reduction plan based on a suggested format. The contingency and the DiDRR action plan will require more time to formulate and require participation of different staff members of the participating organizations. 7

9 Conclusion Inclusion of persons with disabilities in disaster risk reduction is not an easy task. It requires technical skill, knowledge and positive attitude of the people who are closely working with this issue. An appropriate training programme can ensure and generate such kind of technical skills, knowledge and positive attitude. Organizing and conducting an international training course on Disability inclusive DRR was an experimental one held for the very first time in Bangladesh. The active participation and comments of the participants indicate the success of the training course. But to make this achievement a sustainable one, a training module should be developed on the basis of the experiences gathered and learned from this training course so that it could be replicated in South Asian Countries. Refreshers course for the participants can also be considered. 8

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12 ANNEXURE 11

13 Regional Training on Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR) Participants: Selected Personnel of CBM Partner Organizations Date: June 2010 TRAINING SCHEDULE Annex 1 Day Time Title of the session Contents Registration Inaugration and objetive breafing 9:00 Pre training Activities Introduction among the participants Training expectation Hazard, Disaster, Risk, Vulnerability, Capacity, 10:00 Minimum Development Goal 11:00 Tea and Snacks Basic Terminology on Prevention, Mitigation, Preparedness, Coping, Disaster Management Resilience, Hyogo Framework for Action and 21 June June :30 1:00 Lunch 2:00 Disaster Risk in South East Asia Climate Change and Impact in South East Asia Natural Hazards in South East Asia Causes History Vulnerability of South East Asia Concept Causes Impact Measures 3:30 Tea and Snacks 4:00 Continuation of previous session 5:00 End of first day training session 9:00 Review of previous day training Disaster Management Government policy 9:30 practices in South East Role of NGOs Asia 11:00 Tea and Snacks Concept 11:30 Disaster Risk Reduction Importance Steps of disaster risk reduction 1:00 Lunch Volunteerism and Concept of CPP 2:00 disaster risk reduction Background (CPP Case Study) Present activities 3:30 Tea and Snacks 4:00 Contention of previous session 5:00 End of second day training session 12

14 Day Time Title of the session Contents 9:00 Review of previous day training Definition Types 9:30 Understanding Disability Barriers to inclusion and participation Disability approaches Situation in South East Asia 11:00 Tea and Snacks 23 June :30 National and International documents on disability that address disaster 1:00 Lunch Vulnerabilities of PWDs 2:00 in pre, during and post disaster situation 3:30 Tea and Snacks Background Disability Act and Proposed Law UNCRPD Government circulars addressing Disability in Disaster Situation Socio economic vulnerabilities Structural vulnerabilities Service related vulnerabilities Measures to reduce risk 4:00 Practice in South East Asia of PWDs 5:00 End of third day training session 24 June June June June 2010 Day long Journey to Bogra 9:00 Community based Disaster Risk Management 11:00 Tea and Snacks 11:30 Community Risk Assessment (CRA) 1:00 Lunch 2:00 Continuation of previous session 3:30 Tea and Snacks 4:00 Brief on CDD Project 5:00 Day long End of third day training session CRA practice at Gaibandha 9:00 Review of previous day training 9:30 Development of disaster risk reduction plan 11:00 Tea and Snacks 11:30 Disaster risk reduction and advocacy Concept Importance Component and activities Methodology and tools Objective Steps Methodology and tools Social mobilization Linking with GO, NGO development initiatives Awareness raising Hazard identification Risk estimation Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment Identification of risk reduction measures Identification of stakeholder Development of risk reduction plan Integration with local development plan Definition Importance 13

15 Day Time Title of the session Contents Characteristics Process to identify issue Stakeholders Importance of peoples participation 1:00 Lunch 2:00 Emergency response Concept of emergency response, Sphere Standard and Humanitarian Accountability Partnership (HAP) Components of emergency response CBM policies in emergency response 3:30 Tea and Snacks 4:00 Continuation of previous session 5:00 End of first day training session 28 June 2010 Morning Session Afternoo n session Interaction with local government bodies Awareness raising Interaction with UDMC Interaction with UzDMC Implementation of mock drill Review of mock drill 29 June June 2010 Day long Journey to Dhaka 9:00 Review of previous day training 9:30 Purchase and procurement policy 11:00 Tea and Snacks 11:30 Development of Contingency plan 1:00 Lunch 2:00 Continuation of previous session 3:30 Tea and Snacks 4:00 Post training activities 5:00 End of Training Course Concept Objectives Basic Requirements Tender Administration Policies Contracting Method Payment Procedure Disciplinary Action Vendors/Suppliers/Service Providers evaluation Concept Steps Development of organizational contingency plan 14

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