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  1. 1. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS/EARLY WARNING WORLD VISION INTERNATIONAL, PAKISTAN
  2. 2. WORLD VISION PAKISTAN & DRR
  3. 3. PROJECTS LEAD BY WORLD VISION MUZAFFARGARH CRP (Community Resilience Project) PPEP (Pakistan Paindabad Education Project) WASH (Water & Sanitation Hygiene ADH-4) ADVOCACY MNCH(Mother & Newborn Child Health)
  4. 4. DRR AS INTEGRATED APPROACH DRR were integrated mostly in (after 2010 flood) early recovery projects 2012 - Provinces - Sindh, Punjab and Khyber Pukhtoonkhuwa Integration In: WASH Education
  5. 5. NATIONAL/ ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL National Disaster Preparedness Plan Monsoon/ Flood Contingency Plan National Rapid Response Team Capacity building of staff on DRR & Emergency response, IPACS at all level Member of national DRR forum Member of Pakistan Humanitarian Forum
  6. 6. COMMUNITY RESILIENCE PROJECT(CRP) PROJECT DURATION: APRIL 2013 TO SEPTEMBER 2014 Project Goal: To increase community resilience in MEER with an emphasis on children, through mainstreaming of DRR/CCA across development programming
  7. 7. TARGET COMMUNITIES Union Council Nohan Wali(7 Villages and School) 1. Jhandeer Wali 2. Hassan Shah 3. Mehar Shah 4. Basti kandh 5. Suhanra Shah 6. Chattay Wala 7. Chandia
  8. 8. Union Council Bait Meer Hazar(3 Villages and Schools) 1. Basti Hamdani 2. Basti Dadda 3. Basti Shareef Wala
  9. 9. COMMUNITY PREPAREDNESS Formation of DMC in each village Identification of volunteers Community training on DRM, CBDRM, First Aid, (gender sensitivity), CCA etc Assign responsibilities to volunteers COVACA & CDPP with community DRR kits distributed in target villages IEC material on DRR (Leaflets, Brochures, workbook) distributed Community members during COVACA and I-PACS Simulation/mock drills with volunteers Joint Simulation. Mock drill with 1122 Rescue
  10. 10. CONTINUE. DRR awareness sessions and simulations with children COVACA & School Disaster Preparedness Plan with children Mock drill with children, children and community Teachers training and simulation Distribution of IEC material e.g. workbook for schools children's Etc. Children during Fire Simulation Community and teachers during grand simulation
  11. 11. EARLY WARNING Orientation on EW and HVA Conducted Hazard Vulnerability Assessment in villages along with communities Installation of Early Warning System in target villages Establishment of warning dissemination mechanism Assigning responsibilities to the volunteers for EW EW kits distributed Radio sets, manual siren, water level gauge, loud speakers, torch etc. Developed and distributed note books with DRR messages among school children
  12. 12. During bandage of patient During SAR
  13. 13. First aid of children
  14. 14. Participated in external meetings actively with stakeholders (1122, Education department, Civil Defense, DDMA, NDMA, Local NGOs) to enhance coordination and networking Activated District DRR Forum and arrange frequent meetings with Forum Participated in National & International DRR Day
  15. 15. National Offices integrate advocacy at local and national government levels in DRR/CCA across different sectors with a focus on children's participation Arranged one day advocacy orientation for community, children and Govt. officials
  16. 16. Achievements: 10 committees in target villages are formed Lobbying for District DRM structure at national level Reactivate District DRR Forum Connected District DRR-Forum with National DRR forum. Effective use of EWS in villages by community trained volunteers Small mitigation measures has been identified by community after COVACA exercise
  17. 17. CHALLENGES Resource mobilization (Late hiring of team members such as Master Trainers) Limited budget No separate vehicle Long summer vacations in schools Project duration (short) Complex system Procurement/ commodities Reporting separate format for region Separate format for NO Security situation in country Poverty & Low literacy rate in the area
  18. 18. LESSON LEARNT Project implemented only in one province long term strategy required (CRP extension) Allocation of budget for Resilience work in area Project design need to be reviewed Focus is required on mainstreaming DRR In other sectors Strong coordination required at all levels with government Registration of DMCs as CBOs or existing CBOs capacity strengthening Capacity building of staff IPACS DRR Emergency Response
  19. 19. THANKS