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  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    Asian Disaster Preparedness CenterAsian Disaster Preparedness Center

    ADPC Activities and Overview

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    Established in 1986 at the initiative of UNOCHA at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), in Thailand.

    Served as Outreach Center of AIT, 1986-1999. Became an independent foundation in July 1999. Attained Inter-governmental status in February 2005. 68 Staff, 18 Nationalities. Signing of MoU between

    AIT and UNDRO

    VISION: Safer communities and sustainable development through disaster reduction.

    MISSION: To reduce the impact of disasters on communities and countries in Asia and the Pacific by :

    raising awareness and enhancing knowledge and skills,

    strengthening sustainable institutional mechanisms,

    facilitating exchange of information, experience and expertise.

    Historical OverviewHistorical Overview

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    ADPC GOVERNANCEADPC GOVERNANCE

    Board of TrusteesBoard of Trustees Chairman – H.E. Prof. Dr. Krasae Chanawongse

    Vice-Chair – Mdm Corazon De Leon 23 member board – 12 Ambassadors

    Advisory CouncilAdvisory Council 56 members representing

    16 countries from a range of agencies

    Regional Consultative CommitteeRegional Consultative Committee 30 members from 25 countries

    H. E. Prof. Dr. Krasae Chanawongse

    Chairman, ADPC BoT

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    Membership: 30 Heads of NDMOs from 25 Asian Countries

    Roles Roles

    H.E. Vice Prime Minister of the

    Socialist Republic of Vietnam at the 5th RCC Meeting

    The 5th RCC Meeting, Hanoi, May 2005

    Identification of disaster-related needs and priorities of Asia-Pacific countries Promotion of regional and sub-regional co-operative programs

    Development of regional action strategies for disaster reduction

    • Southeast Asia – Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam

    • South Asia – Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bhutan

    • East Asia – China, Korea, Mongolia • Central and West Asia - Georgia, Kazakhstan, Iran, Jordan • Pacific - PNG, East Timor

    ADPC Regional Consultative Committee on ADPC Regional Consultative Committee on Disaster Management (RCC)Disaster Management (RCC)

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    •Southeast Asia – Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam

    •South Asia – Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Maldives

    •East Asia – China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia

    Collaboration through SOPAC

    •Central Asia - Georgia, Kazakhstan •West Asia - Iran, Jordan • Pacific - PNG, East Timor

    Limited Engagement Limited Engagement

    Support to the PacificSupport to the Pacific

    Countries of Asia and the Pacific

    Primary SubPrimary Sub--regionsregions

    ADPC Geographical CoverageADPC Geographical Coverage

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    106 Partners: • 21 UN Partner Organizations including FAO, ITU, UNDP, and WHO

    • 85 Non-UN partners including AusAID, DANIDA,OFDA/ USAID,NOAA/USA,

    NORAD, SIDA, and SNV

    ADPC Projects and Programmes: • 57 projects and programmes are implemented in close collaboration with a

    wide range of partners at local, provincial, national, regional and

    international levels.

    ADPC Training Courses: • 30 training courses are being offered by ADPC to help strengthen the

    capacity of countries, organizations, communities and individuals to reduce

    the impact of disasters through enhancing their knowledge and skills to

    promote and adopt disaster reduction practices.

    ADPC HighlightsADPC Highlights

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    ADPC Organization Chart

    Board of Trustees 23 members

    International Advisory

    Council (IAC) 56 members

    Executive Committee Selected Members from the BoT

    Secretariat Special Advisor

    Regional Consultative

    Committee (RCC) 30 members

    Urban Disaster Risk Management (UDRM)

    Public Health in Emergencies (PHE)

    Disaster Management Systems (DMS)

    Office of the Executive Director (OED)

    Administration, Finance, Human Resources, Information Dissemination, Information and Knowledge Management,

    Monitoring and Evaluation, Partner Relations, Public Awareness & Education, Training

    Climate Risk Management (CRM)

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    ADPC StructureADPC Structure

    Urban Disaster Risk ManagementUrban Disaster Risk Management (UDRM)

    Crisis Management TrainingTraining Resource Group

    Public Health in Emergencies, Emergency Medical Service (EMS)

    Public Health in Emergencies (PHE)

    Building National and Provincial Disaster Management Systems (BNPS); Community- Based Programs, Trainings and Activities

    Disaster Management Systems (DMS)

    Climate forecast applications, local adaptation to climate change, institutionalization of end-to-end early warning system

    Climate Risk Management (CRM)

    Monitoring & Evaluation, Finance, Human Resource, Administration, Information & Knowledge Management

    Office of the Executive Director

    TECHNICAL AREASTEAMS

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    Training Resource Group (TRG)Training Resource Group (TRG)

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    Disaster Management Course (DMC) 33 courses

    Community Based Disaster Risk Management

    Course (CBDRM) 13 courses

    Flood Disaster Risk Management (FDRM-7)

    (from all regions of the world, ADPC Alumni > 6000)

    Core ADPC Training Courses

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    CBDRM courses Bangladesh, Fiji, Afghanistan, China, Philippines & Indonesia

    DMC in Afghanistan, Philippines & Indonesia

    ToT in Cambodia, East Timor and Afghanistan

    Flood Disaster Risk Management in Vietnam, China, Afghanistan & Philippines

    National Training CoursesNational Training Courses

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    Training Courses in 2005

    165Thailand (Bangkok) Afghanistan (Kabul, Heart, Jalalabad and Kunduz)

    Flood Disaster Risk Management

    Five

    150Afghanistan (Heart, Kunduz, Kabul and Jalalabad provinces)

    Emergency Response Management

    Five

    Afghanistan (Kabul)

    Afghanistan, Indonesia, Fiji and Thailand

    Afghanistan, Indonesia, Pakistan and Thailand

    Training Venue

    90Earthquake Vulnerability Reduction

    Three

    210Community Based Disaster Management

    Seven

    140Disaster ManagementFour

    No of participants

    Name of CourseNo of courses

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    Training Courses in 2005

    36Afghanistan (Kabul)Curriculum Adaptation (Workshop)

    One

    60Afghanistan (Kunduz, Kabul provinces)

    Training of TrainersTwo

    Thailand (Bangkok)

    In Four provinces of the Thailand

    Training Venue

    •• TOTAL OF FIFTY TWO (52) COURSESTOTAL OF FIFTY TWO (52) COURSES •• TOTAL OF 997TOTAL OF 997 PARTICIPANTS RECEIVEDPARTICIPANTS RECEIVED TRAINING AND BECAME ADPC ALUMNITRAINING AND BECAME ADPC ALUMNI

    26Disaster Mental Health with collaboration of Disaster Mental Health Institute, University of South Dakota USA

    One

    120Crisis ManagementFour

    No of participants

    Name of CourseNo of courses

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    AIT BangkokTwo Weeks17 - 28th July

    Community Based Disaster Risk ManagementCBDRM-146

    AIT Bangkok

    Three Weeks6 - 24th NovemberDisaster ManagementDMC-348

    AIT BangkokTwo Weeks16 - 27th October

    Flood Disaster Risk Management FDRM - 87

    Ranong ThailandThree Days6 - 8th MarchCrisis ManagementCM-65

    DDPM BangkokTwo Days27 - 28th February

    Damage Assessment and Needs AnalysisDANA-24

    Satun ThailandThree Days14 - 16th FebruaryCrisis ManagementCM-53

    DDPM BangkokTwo Days6 - 7th February

    Damage Assessment and Needs AnalysisDANA-12

    AIT Bangkok

    Three Weeks16th Jan - 3rd FebDisaster ManagementDMC-331

    LocationLocationDurationDurationDateDateCourse TitleCourse Title Course Course CodeCode

    S S ##

    TRAINING SCHEDULE FOR 2006 (Local Trainings)

  • Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

    Muzaffarabad PakistanMay

    Damage Assessment and Needs AnalysisDANA-PAK3

    Mansehra PakistanMay

    Damage Assessment and Needs AnalysisDANA-PAK2

    The Netherlands 24th April-12th MayDistance Learning

    Trainings/ Workshop1

    Kabul AfghanistanJuneDisaster ManagementDMC-AF7 KarachiJune

    Earthquake Vulnerability Reduction for citiesEVRC-PAK6

    Karachi PakistanJuneDisaster ManagementDMC-PAK5

    Abbottabad PakistanMay

    Damage Assessment and Needs AnalysisDANA-PAK4

    LocationLocationDateDateCourse TitleCourse Title Course Course CodeCode

    S S ##

    TRAINING SCHEDULE FOR 2006 (National Trainings)

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