8 December 2018

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The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030 ushered in a paradigm shift from managing disasters to managing disaster risk, and solidified the role of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in the fulfillment of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.


Achieving the goals of risk prevention, risk reduction, and resilience-building requires a strategic approach that is led by the national government but includes all stakeholders. To reflect the urgency of developing these plans, Target ‘E’ of the Sendai Framework sets a deadline of 2020 for countries to have their national and local disaster risk reduction strategies.

The consultative workshop, being organized following the ISDR-Asia Partnership (IAP) Forum, will focus on building a common understanding of how countries and sub-national governments can develop DRR strategies that enable them to achieve the goals of the Sendai Framework. ADRRN will deliver the opening remarks to provide an overview of  inclusive DRR strategies from the civil society perspective.

Click here for the program agenda.


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Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network is a network consists of 52 national and international NGOs from more than 20 countries across the Asia-Pacific region. With a strong footprint in the region, the network members are constantly engaged with local communities strengthening their ability to combat disasters, providing humanitarian aid like food, water, shelter and health care, protecting critical facilities like schools and hospitals, creating awareness, advocating for policy changes and improving the capacity of community based organizations.

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