This course is the successor of the 50th Disaster Management Course held by the Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) on the 13.11.-24.11.2023. The course offers skills and knowledge on disaster risk management and adopts a multi-hazard, multi-level, multi-agency and multi-disciplinary approaches for DRR and risk-informed sustainable development. The course incorporates new relevant concepts and topics such as risk-informed development planning, transparency and accountability, monitoring and evaluation through case study discussion and field visits.
The course is aimed at IFRC/ ICRC; international and local NGOs; NGOs involved in disaster risk reduction response and recovery; staff from training institutes and other agencies responsible for knowledge dissemination and training of trainers on disaster risk reduction and management; persons involved in coordination of disaster management activities e.g., defense forces and emergency services; and UN agencies. Government officials and decision-makers are also encouraged to participate so they can better support DRM efforts.
The course consists of seven modules and its result will be a tailored DRM action plan for sustainable development that participants will work on when they return to their organization.
It will take place as a hybrid event; the first three modules will be held as online classes, while the rest will be face to face modules in Bangok, Thailand.
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