So how do we plan to achieve this? Not only through the sharing of mutual knowledge, but also of tools, data and systems through case studies alongside identification of standards, preparedness and capacities’ of relevant stakeholders’ to respond and anticipatory action.
- Co-learning information management practices / process that informs planning, operations and reporting of CSO activity supporting communities to build resilience against disaster events / risks.
- Supporting CSOs in developing their information tools for disaster response and anticipatory action.
- Improving visibility of local responders and linking with national, regional, and international response mechanisms.
- Understanding the local sensitisation of humanitarian support in different contexts (e.g. rural vs urban), different parts of the response timeline (resilience, preparedness to respond, anticipatory action, post event response and early recovery), and in different environments and drivers for emergency.
- Supporting the Sustainable Development Goals and the Sendai Disaster Risk Reduction Framework, as well as supporting the delivery of the Grand Bargain outputs including the drive to true localisation, subsidiarity of decision making and the wider implications from the United Nations Climate Change Conference or COP.