The workbook is meant to be used by government officials in the Asia-Pacific to enhance their skills on mainstreaming weather and climate information application for agro-ecosystem resilience in a changing climate.
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) shared the results of risk assessments conducted in 16 public hospitals in Dhaka, Chittagong, Sylhet, Mymensigh, Gazipur and Tangail in Bangladesh as part of an ongoing effort to strengthen disaster preparedness in the country.
Representatives of over 30 stakeholder agencies joined the inception meeting of a World Bank funded project titled The Community Landslide Risk Mitigation in Sri Lanka to discuss the methodology and goals of the initiative.
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) and its partners conducted a four-day training course on Training of Trainers: Community-based Disaster Risk Management in Beihai, Guangxi Autonomous Region, P.R. China from 21-24 March 2017.
Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) brought outstanding alumni from their Hospital Preparedness for Emergencies (HOPE) courses and government representatives from Bangladesh on a study visit to Kathmandu, Nepal, from 19 – 23 March 2017.