People-Centered Approach Towards Resilience in Disasters and Emergency Action


DECEMBER 7 - 9, 2022 (GMT+7) // UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE CENTER, BANGKOK

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REDCON Asia's Upcoming Webinar to Celebrate Int'l Day for Disaster Risk Reduction


"Partnership for the Framework 2030: Creating an Enabling Environment for Cooperation to Support Developing Countries"



The Sendai Framework has seven strategic targets and 38 indicators for measuring progress on reducing disaster risk and losses. These indicators align the implementation of the Sendai Framework with the implementation of the SDGs and the Paris Agreement on climate change. The target spotlighted for 2021 is Target F: "Substantially enhance international cooperation to developing countries through adequate and sustainable support to complement their national actions for implementation of the present Framework by 2030."


 

OBJECTIVES OF THE WEBINAR:

  • To discuss the current state of international cooperation in DRR
  • To analyze the global monitoring for Target F and its indicators
  • To identify cooperation success stories and how this can be replicated to scale for impact
  • Identify opportunities to strengthen North-South and South-South cooperation

About REDCON ASIA

Asia-Pacific (APAC) accounted for USD 1.3 trillion – or 44 percent – of the decade's total as catastrophic earthquake, tsunami, inland flood, and tropical cyclone events battered the region. And this is just accounting for natural disasters. The 2020 pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on the region – not only on the lives lost as well as the socio-economic costs – but its cascading impact on other sectors has ground the planet to a halt. This is why efforts to reduce disaster risks and implement effective emergency response to disasters must be systematically integrated into policies, plans and practices with recognition of the issues relating to sustainable development, climate change and poverty reduction.


REDCON Asia provides the much-needed platform to engage all stakeholders: government, private sector, non-profits, international organizations, academic and research institutions and social innovators, among others; in the value-chain of Disasters and Emergency Management - from problems to solutions that go beyond risk reduction and towards resilience

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