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CAPACITY BUILDING IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT WAY FORWARD DR. ARASU SUNDARAM Ho. D/ Programme Director CAPACITY BUILDING IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT WAY FORWARD DR. ARASU SUNDARAM Ho. D/ Programme Director Disaster management Cell Anna Institute of Management -State ATI Chennai arasus [email protected] com

 DISASTER MANAGEMENT ACT- 2005 l Paradigm shift – relief centric approach to a DISASTER MANAGEMENT ACT- 2005 l Paradigm shift – relief centric approach to a proactive regime l A holistic and integrated approach l Building strategic partnerships at various levels l Preparedness and Capacity development in all spheres l Consolidation of past initiatives and best practices l Identification, assessment and monitoring of disaster risks l Build disaster resilient structures and habitat for ensuring safer living. 2

 DISASTER MANAGEMENT CYCLE 3 DISASTER MANAGEMENT CYCLE 3

DISASTER MANAGEMENT APPROACH l Promoting a culture of prevention l Multi level , Multi-sectoral DISASTER MANAGEMENT APPROACH l Promoting a culture of prevention l Multi level , Multi-sectoral and Multi discipline synergy l DM related skills to all stakeholders l Top Down and Bottom Up Approach PREDISASTER • PREVENTION • PREPRADNESS • MITIGATION DURING DISASTER POST DISATSER • REHABILITAION • RECONSTRUCTION • DEVELOPMENT 4

 EXISTING SCENARIO l Frequency and intensity of disasters and impacts - increase of EXISTING SCENARIO l Frequency and intensity of disasters and impacts - increase of risk l Poverty , Population density and growth l Urbanization and migration-More habitations in disaster prone areas l Post disaster approach – adhoc basis - Relief oriented –reactive l Resources allocated for immediate and post disaster activities l Lack of education, awareness and capacity at all levels l Single disaster approach rather multi disaster approach l Lack of preparation and implantation of disaster management plans l Lack of capacity - stakeholders like departments , First responder- communities, etc l Inadequate database and early warning system l Absence of HVRA studies l Corporate sectors /Industries - Social responsibility- Lack of clarity in DM l Lack of mainstreaming of DM activities 1

NEW TRAINING AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS IDENTIFIED • Due to location – prone to more NEW TRAINING AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS IDENTIFIED • Due to location – prone to more hazards - disasters l Kumbakonam school tragedy( 2004 )- Training and Awareness - SDMP l Tsunami Impact ( 2004 )- CRZ - Early Warning System - INCOIS - Training and Awareness l Thane Cyclone ( 2011) - impact- departments - Gap analysis- power and communication failure- last mile connectivity- EOC’s - CDRR - SDRF l Chennai Flood (2015 / 2016 )- impact - Training and Awareness -prevention/ preparedness l Multi disaster construction practices- capacity building to engineers, architects , etc l SDMP , SOP’s on Natural Disasters and HVRA studies in districts l MHA industries – risk assessment studies- mock drill l Infusion of Latest Technology - GIS and Remote Sensing in Data Management l IEC material preparation and distribution 5

SCOPE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMMES l Hazard specific - Natural and Man-made - SCOPE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMMES l Hazard specific - Natural and Man-made - training l Multi sector and Multi level preparedness and prevention l Emergency First Responders – specialised skill training l Community based Disaster Risk Management and Risk Reduction l Multi disaster construction practices l GIS and Remote Sensing Technology based – Hands on training- HVRA analysis l Need based disaster management training l Sector specific Disaster Management Plan preparation l Awareness , sensitisation and capacity building training 6

Institutional Capacity Development • Capacity of Disaster Management Cell/Centres -ATI’s * Faculties , Staff Institutional Capacity Development • Capacity of Disaster Management Cell/Centres -ATI’s * Faculties , Staff and Infrastructure * Capacity of in-house faculties • Funding Mechanism- GOI-MHA-20014 – 14 Finance Commission- SDRF- 10 percent – CP of DM/ Training -Research Project 7

 FUNCTIONAL AREAS l Training and Capacity Building l Research and Guidance in the FUNCTIONAL AREAS l Training and Capacity Building l Research and Guidance in the area of DM l Policy advocacy and expertise to government and departments l Preparation of DM plans, SOP’s, Manuals, Guidelines, etc. l Developing a resource repository l Linkage with training, academic, research and other institutions l Development of Training Modules and Curriculum and IEC materials 8

TYPE, LEVEL AND METHODS OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT TRAININGS l Type of trainings o o TYPE, LEVEL AND METHODS OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT TRAININGS l Type of trainings o o o Induction Refreshment Skill Up gradation Orientation TOT l State , District and Field levels l Methods o o o o PPT Presentation Discussion Movie/video clippings Role play Hand on experience/ Practical training Simulation/ Table Top exercise Mock drills, etc 9

ESTABLISHMENT OF A CHAIR l Coastal cities – Climate Change Impact- unpredictable nature –quantum ESTABLISHMENT OF A CHAIR l Coastal cities – Climate Change Impact- unpredictable nature –quantum of rainfallwind velocity l Vulnerability variation - place and time- across the country l Require special coping capacity in city management l Specific study required – micro level planning/ location specific plans- preparation and mitigation l Deal with critical issues in disaster management and provide practical solution l Chairs can be established in all the DMC – across the country l Expert from a reputed institution/ agency l Linkage across the country – serve as resource base for all stakeholders l Chair may be created – funded by NIDM – GOI or departments or private agency. Centre of Excellence in Disaster Management 10

l E- Learning Course on Disaster Management- Volunteers l Capacity Building of Stakeholders-CBDM- Sectors- l E- Learning Course on Disaster Management- Volunteers l Capacity Building of Stakeholders-CBDM- Sectors- ULB’s l Deputation of Officers l Research and Development l Documentation of Best Practices l Knowledge Management l Training Need Analysis l Feedback Mechanism 11

THANKS 13 THANKS 13