Regional Conference on Localisation: Intro and Session 1 – Localising Disaster Emergency Preparedness

Project: AlertBetter Dialogue Better Information Better Action (CDAC-N)Financial EnablersLearning ProjectLinking Preparedness Resilience and ResponseProtection in PracticeTransforming Surge Capacity 26th July 2017

Intro and Session 1: Localising Disaster Emergency Preparedness

DEPP Asia Regional Learning Conference Opening Remarks: Roselle Rasay, Executive Director, Caucus of Development NGO Networks – the Philippines Dr Meshesha Shewarega, Executive director, a network of local civil society organisations in Ethiopia. Setting up: Shahida Arif, Regional Learning Advisor AsiaImproving humanitarian response where it matters most – Learnings from the PhilippinesFacilitator: Alexandra Pura, Christian AidIntroduction:DEPP Footprints in the Marawi Humanitarian Response, a ‘Video documentary’Reflections from DEPP initiatives – Alert, Communicating with Communities, Financial Enablers, Linking Preparedness, Response and Resilience, Protection in Practice, and Transforming Surge

Posted by Humanitarian Leadership Academy on Monday, 17 July 2017

Opening Remarks: Roselle Rasay, Executive Director, Caucus of Development NGO Networks – the Philippines Dr Meshesha Shewarega, Executive director, a network of local civil society organisations in Ethiopia.

Setting up: Shahida Arif, Regional Learning Advisor Asia

Improving humanitarian response where it matters most – Learnings from the Philippines

Facilitator: Alexandra Pura, Christian Aid

Introduction: DEPP Footprints in the Marawi Humanitarian Response, a ‘Video documentary’ Reflections from DEPP initiatives – Alert, Better Dialogue, Better Information, Better Action, Financial Enablers, Linking Preparedness, Resilience and Response, Protection in Practice, and Transforming Surge Capacity

Video Credit: Thanks to the Humanitarian Leadership Academy in the Philippines for offering their services in live-streaming this event.

 

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