Preparing For Shock: How do we Ensure that Investments in Preparedness are Sustainable? – Video

Project: Age and Disability Capacity Programme (ADCAP)AlertBetter Dialogue Better Information Better Action (CDAC-N)External partner: HLAExternal Project: Local to Global ProtectionFinancial EnablersImproved Early Warning Early Action EthiopiaLearning ProjectLinking Preparedness Resilience and ResponseProtection in PracticePublic Health Preparedness in GambellaShifting The PowerStrengthening Emergency Preparedness Systems in MyanmarTalent DevelopmentTransforming Surge CapacityUrban Early Warning Early Action 15th March 2018

This interactive panel session, involving an audience Q+A, will address some of the following questions:
– How can enhancing engagement between humanitarian and development actors support sustainable investment solutions?
– What must agencies, governments and donors consider during the preparedness stage in order to ensure long-term resilience?
– Building local capacity to promote sustainability: are we doing it right?
– Are approaches and debates to localisation at the international and country levels complementary?

Our first panel discussion today asks: How do we Ensure that Investments in Preparedness are Sustainable? On our panel we have: – Mohammed Amad, Chairman, NHN in Pakistan (discussion chair); – Augustin Gang Karhume, Director, Rebuilding Hope in Africa (RHA), CCONAT local network, DRC; – Melissa Pittoti, Head of Policy/Interim Director of Programme and Policy, ICVA, Switzerland; – Khalid Mahmoud, Joint Secretary and Director of Planning, Department of Disaster Management, Disaster and Relief Ministry, Bangladesh; – and Esteban Bong Masagca, Director, People's Disaster Risk Reduction Network Inc., Philippines. #PreparingforShock #DEPP

Posted by Start Network on Thursday, March 15, 2018


Panel:
– Mohammed Amad, Chairman, NHN in Pakistan (discussion chair); 
– Augustin Gang Karhume, Director, Rebuilding Hope in Africa (RHA), CCONAT local network, DRC; 
– Melissa Pittoti, Head of Policy/Interim Director of Programme and Policy, ICVA, Switzerland; 
– Khalid Mahmoud, Joint Secretary and Director of Planning, Department of Disaster Management, Disaster and Relief Ministry, Bangladesh; 
– and Esteban Bong Masagca, Director, People’s Disaster Risk Reduction Network Inc., Philippines. 

Thank you to the Start Network for live-streaming this event.

For a full list of the plenary session videos go here
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