THE IMPACT OF MULTI-HAZARD THREATS TOWARDS MULTI-SECTORAL HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE

23 November 2020

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Humanitarian Forum Indonesia, Human Initiative, Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network, and International Council on Voluntary Agencies will be organizing “The impact of multi-hazard threats towards multi-sectoral humanitarian response” to highlight resilient capacity by the community to deal with multi-hazards, to identify mitigation and preparedness actions needed until community level toward types of hazards occur during pandemic situation, to obtain strategy for humanitarian actors (in particular CSOs and NGOs) to strengthen their role and resiliency for both organization and staffs to deal with multi hazard obstacles and vulnerability in various sectors and to share lesson learnt of multi-stakeholder humanitarian operation implemented by CSOs and NGOs by highlighting coordination and cooperation to empower local leadership.


Host organization:

Humanitarian Forum Indonesia, Human Initiative, ICVA and ADRRN


Expected output:

1. CSOs and NGOs are able to identify mitigation and preparedness action needed until community level toward types of hazards occur during pandemic situation.
2. CSOs and NGOs are able to obtain strategy for humanitarian actors (in particular CSOs and NGOs) to strengthen their role and resiliency for both organization and staffs to deal with multi hazard obstacles and vulnerability in various sectors.
3. Dialogue between CSOs and NGOs in sharing their lesson learnt of multi-stakeholder humanitarian operation, by highlighting coordination and cooperation to empower local leadership.


Date and time:

25 November 2020, 13:00-15:00 (Western Indonesia time) / 13:00-15:00 (Bangkok time)


Registration link:

http://bit.ly/5thinternationalwebinar

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