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Contingency Planning and Response Preparedness Recent developments and approaches www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds.
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement § § www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies “International Federation” § ICRC National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies “National Societies” International Committee of the Red Cross “ICRC”
Disaster Management Continuum Emergency preparedness is essentially a humanitarian endeavour that requires a long- term approach… www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds.
CP - Key Lessons Learned § § § CP should not be a complex task undertaken only by specialists – simple, participatory, practical, realistic. Preparedness actions that are identified as a result of the CP should be addressed. Regular updates, simulations. Contingency planning should be done in the context of well articulated preparedness framework – not in isolation. Senior managers and decision makers involvement/buy-in is essential during the process Funding for contingency planning and preparedness should be considered a core organisational activity. Joint scenario development and planning can lead to more coordinated and complimentary humanitarian action. www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds.
Contingency Planning § CP guide in the final stage of revision after last global workshop § Field tested in five countries and feedback being incorporated § Training package developed simultaneously § Interactive E-learning module on CP planned § Global RP group being set up and workshop planned www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds.
Global Response Preparedness Workshop § Finalise the CP guide and training material § Adopt the response preparedness matrix/ framework § Agree on the long term approach for CP and develop a plan of action § Select priority countries – practical CPs, Preparedness Plan § Simulation strategy – Global/Regional pool of Simulation Managers, National Level exercise § National response preparedness – NDRT, NDPRM etc § Performance and accountability indicators for dissemination of early warning against the actual preparedness action taken www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds.
WPNS § Develop baseline, indicators and measure impact with regards to EP initiatives (national, regional and global) § Knowledge sharing § Can be used as a tool for contingency planning § Harmonized and integrated approach to planning § Establish short, medium and long-term trends in relation to EP § Enables NSs to compare their status to global, regional and/or subregional trends www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds.
Well Prepared Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies (WPNS) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Emergency preparedness, policy, plans and laws Damage, needs, hazard/risk/vulnerability and capacity assessment Coordination Information and report management Resource and response mobilization Community-based disaster preparedness, mitigation and disaster risk reduction Advocacy WPNS 2009– 2011. docx www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds.
National - Regional - Global Response Continuum National l l Network of local branches Trained staff & volunteers Local first aid & rescue teams Systems, assets Early warning Regional l l www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds. Network of National Societies Trained staff & volunteers Regional Disaster Response Teams Systems, assets DMIS links Global l l l l Movement FACT DREF ERU DMIS Appeal Logistics Security
Response Preparedness Matrix § § § § § Policy, Strategy, Mandate Early Warning, Risk Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation HR, Training and Teams Materials, Logistics, Procurement, Warehousing, Systems and Procedures Finance, Resource Mobilisation, Emergency Funds Needs Assessment Coordination, Pre-agreements, Contingency Planning, So. P, Simulations Information Management, Database, Reporting Safety and Security Recovery Preparedness Response Preparedness Matrix. docx www. ifrc. org Saving lives, changing minds.