The 2016 DEPP Learning Report, produced by the Learning Project at Action Against Hunger, explores the extent to which the Disasters and Emergencies Preparedness Programme is leading to the changes it has set out to make. In the past year, the DEPP has transitioned from its initial set-up phase to active implementation, and projects are now beginning to collect evidence around what works and what does not work in building national capacity for emergency preparedness.
The DEPP Learning Project has conducted a short webinar to present the results of this year’s DEPP Learning Report. This is the Power Point presentation that was used in the webinar video. The webinar highlights key learning, reflections, successes and challenges from the 14 projects that make up the DEPP. The intended audience of the webinar are DEPP stakeholders, but the topics presented are also relevant to other humanitarian actors with a vested interest in emergency preparedness and response.
You can view the full Webinar here
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