To better safeguard aid and development against disasters, this high-level dialogue will explore how to scale up and sustain funding and implementation of disaster and climate risk programs to advance post-2015 resilience goals.
In most disasters, capital inherent in the community is not mobilized effectively in disaster response and recovery processes. This session looks at some possibilities of enhancing and strengthening community’s social capital with case studies of Japan, the Philippines and Myanmar.
Creating relations with casual acquaintances during peace times is crucial in reducing the extent of damage and loss of lives during a disaster. This session will report on the activities on the ground in the affected regions and will include an idea-exchange discussions session too.
The workshop describes the path towards Inclusive Resilience and Territorial Safety by the Province of Potenza, Italy (#weResilient). The aim is to provide a worldwide platform for experiences exchanges and new transnational cooperations.
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Japan CSO Coalition for 2015 WCDRR
JCC2015 Secretariat Member Organization :
Peace Boat Disaster Relief Volunteer Center
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