Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) through the South-South Learning Facility of its Asian Preparedness Partnership (APP) is collaborating with Center for Disability in Development (CDD) in Bangladesh to organize a webinar on ‘The Partnership Approach: Preparing Local Leaders for COVID-19 Sensitive DRR in Bangladesh’.
ADPC through its Academy department organized a virtual alumni forum on ‘Keeping Close Amidst the Distance: Training and Capacity Development in the Era of COVID-19’ to shape global, regional, and national agendas on education through a dialogue-based discussion.
Sri Lanka recently joined the group of 6 countries who are currently implementing the Strengthening Institutionalization of the Program for Enhancement of Emergency Response (PEER) in South Asia to build national and regional capacities in disaster risk reduction and management through disaster preparedness training.
ADPC through its Asian Preparedness Partnership (APP) organized a webinar on ‘The Leadership Lens – Fostering Innovations for COVID-19 Sensitive DRR’ which explored how local leaders are pioneering innovative solutions and decisive actions for preparedness and response amidst the pandemic.
ADPC publishes “A Pre-Strategic Plan Study on Indonesia Disaster Management Education and Training Center” that identifies the emerging challenges and opportunities for creating an active culture of disaster awareness and training in Indonesia, and guides the direction for the actual strategy to be developed by country authorities.
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