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1 24-26 INTERNATIONAL RECOVERY PLATFORM

2 REPORT Workshop on Recovery Planning Panama September 2012 Organizing Partners

3 Executive Summary The Workshop on Disaster Recovery Planning held at Radisson Summit Hotel in Panama City on September 2012 was one of the 15 workshops covered under the European Commission (EC) funded project titled Strengthening Region-based Capacities in Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning. This project is being implemented by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) through the International Recovery Platform (IRP) in close coordination with the Central America Integration System for Regional Disaster Risk Management (SICA), Coordinating Center for the Prevention of Natural Disasters in Central America (CEPREDENAC), and the Government of Panama. Over 32 officials from national government, local governments, development organizations, and civil society organizations participated in the workshop. The composition of participants was ideal in making sure that the planning process encapsulates local knowledge, regional experience, and international sectoral expertise. The workshop resulted into discussions among representatives from government bodies, national platforms (including CSO members), and IRP partners to further share knowledge and exchange information for recovery planning. UNISDR for the Americas has sought the services of a consultant to further enrich the module adapting more local cases and translation of materials from English to Spanish to scale up the workshop in countries of Central America. Participants coming from universities agreed to discuss measures to promote academic courses relative to recovery planning. Government representatives also expressed interest in integrating recovery concerns in development planning and how to discuss mechanisms of how to bring this interest down to the local levels as well as to other sector of the government that are engaged in recovery planning. For continued partnerships, UNISDR for the Americas and IRP are discussing with CEPREDENAC options to facilitate effective modalities for strengthening the capacities of Central American states in recovery planning. Overall, the workshop enriched participants knowledge of integrating disaster recovery planning into their national DRR plans, UNDAFs, and other planning/programming instruments. E X E C U T I V E S U M M A R Y i

4 Table of Contents Executive Summary... i Table of Contents... ii Background...1 Organizing Partners...2 Participants...2 Workshop Activities...3 Results...5 Way Forward...7 Annex 1: Note of Introduction...8 Annex 2: Module on Disaster Recovery Planning...10 Annex 3: List of Participants...15 Annex 4: Programme...18 Annex 5: List of Workshop Materials...20 Annex 6: IRP Partners that were engaged in the Workshop...21 Annex 7: Scenario for Group Exercise...23 Annex 8: Consolidated Group Outputs...30 Annex 9: Recommended Components for Pre-Disaster Recovery Plans...34 Annex 10: Photos...40 T A B L E O F C o n t e n t s ii

5 Background 1. The Workshop on Disaster Recovery Planning held at Radisson Summit Hotel in Panama City, Honduras on September 2012 was one of the 15 workshops covered under the European Commission (EC) funded project titled Strengthening Region-based Capacities in Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning. This project is being implemented by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) through the International Recovery Platform (IRP). A note of introduction about the workshop is in Annex IRP, on the basis of its mandate, seeks to contribute to the enhancement of postdisaster recovery operations by developing essential capacities through training, experience sharing, and technical exchanges. It addresses the demands of governments, local officials, and leaders who are entrusted with the responsibilities for planning, managing, and executing resilient disaster reduction and recovery activities including pre-disaster recovery planning. 3. The overall objective of the workshop in Panama was to reinforce the capabilities of national governments (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Panama) in disaster recovery planning through the Coordinating Center for the Prevention of Natural Disasters in Central America (CEPREDENAC) in cooperation with government agencies and UNISDR partners. It is expected that the beneficiaries of the workshop could have a seamless access to the expertise within the region, and plan for a better integration of risk reduction concerns in all phases of the recovery process that builds on the existing assessment of risks. Additionally, the workshop was generally aimed at ensuring that risk reduction approaches are systematically incorporated into the design of emergency preparedness, response, and recovery programs in accordance with strategic goal (c) of the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA). 4. The Guidance Notes on Recovery, developed by IRP, served as based material for the workshop. It also served as an additional tool for policymakers and planners to effectively address the issues on recovery. The guidance notes, which compile global case studies on recovery, were explained at the workshop because experiences from large-scale disasters indicate that national and/or local governments are often illprepared to carry out the demanding tasks of planning for effective long term recovery and development. Moreover, governments need to strengthen its capacity in recovery planning because oftentimes the capacity is overwhelmed in the relief and response efforts. 5. The workshop module on pre-disaster recovery planning (Annex 2), developed on the basis of the guidance notes, was adopted to facilitate the workshop. This module covered 11 recovery sectors (i.e. climate change, environment, gender, governance, health, infrastructure, livelihood, pre-disaster recovery planning, psycho-social, shelter, and telling live lessons) where capacity of government officials, who are engaged in longterm recovery, can be strengthened. B a c k g r o u n d 1

6 Organizing Partners 6. With funding support from EC, the workshop was jointly organized by Central America Integration System for Regional Disaster Risk Management (SICA), CEPREDENAC, UNISDR for the Americas, UNDP, and IRP. 7. CEPREDENAC is the regional inter-governmental organization in Central America, which is to continually support member states in capacity building and technical assistance. Staffers at CEPREDENAC have exposures in early recovery and/or reconstruction processes, PDNA, land use planning, public investment systems, and preparedness or contingency planning that are crucial in the workshop. UNDP and UNISDR for the Americas are closely working with CEPREDENAC and Central American states on disaster risk reduction (DRR) efforts. 8. The governments of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Panama were actively involved in mobilizing the participants and in preparing the local case studies for sharing and discussions. The process help ensures ownership of plans and outputs. Participants 9. Over 32 officials from national government, local governments, development organizations, and civil society organizations participated in the workshop (Annex 3). Photo 1 Participants from Honduras and El Salvador O r g a n i z i n g P a r t n e r s 2

7 10. The primary participants of the workshop were functionaries from government and regional organizations which would create a standby capacity at the regional level available to any high risk country desiring Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning (PDRP) support. Other participants were government officials who are engaged in recovery planning - from the national platform, as well as from supporting ministries such as public works, environment, health, welfare, and shelter. 11. In addition to staffers from national and local governments, members of donor community were also represented, linking with the Making Cities Resilient Campaign of the UNISDR. The composition of participants was ideal in making sure that the planning process encapsulates local knowledge, regional experience, and international sectoral expertise. 12. The participants of the workshop are expected to contribute in (i) building a critical mass of professionals in country governments oriented towards resilient recovery, and who can inform the recovery processes in the country as well as advocate for build back better, (ii) improving the knowledge in managing recovery programs based on lessons learned from prior global experiences, (iii) improving global support for more effective management of recovery after major disasters, and (iv) disseminating additional resources on recovery, reflecting the best of global knowledge, which can assist the participants in recovery project development and execution. Workshop Activities 13. The three-day workshop comprised mainly: (i) sharing of stories on recovery initiatives along various sectors and (ii) group exercises on recovery planning. Sharing of Case Studies 14. The case studies covered different sectors of recovery as reflected in the workshop schedule (Annex 4). Lessons drawn from specific case were explained by IRP resource persons/consultants with the aid of PowerPoint presentation. Most of the case studies were taken from the guidance notes, and were presented to provide participants with menu of options in addressing recovery issues. Local participants were encouraged to share local stories and experiences, which will then be added into the online version of the Guidance Notes. 15. Each case study highlighted a unique recovery practice, designed to entice participants to reflect and analyze whether such practice is applicable to their contexts. In presenting a recovery case, three points were emphasized: (i) the unique feature a recovery practice; (ii) the process how such recovery practice is carried out; and (iii) the lessons that can be disseminated to other countries. In most presentations, photos and graphic illustrations were added in the PowerPoint slides. Some slides show detailed information, including related tools, checklists, and web links to guide participants. Examples of PowerPoint slides are shown below. W o r k s h o p A c t i v i t i e s 3

8 Sample Slide 1: Text Sample Slide 2: Diagram Sample Slide 3: Photos Sample Slide 4: Graphic Illustration 16. Printed copies of PowerPoint presentations as well as CDs/USBs containing relevant materials and references on recovery were provided to all participants to be used in workshop. The list of resources contained in the CD/USB is shown in Annex Local partners were engaged in workshop delivery, particularly by sharing case studies relevant to Central America. In particular, Mr. Ivan Morales, Executive Secretary CEPREDENAC; Ms. Lourdes Ardon, National Coordinator COPECO Honduras; Mr. Nelson Rodriguez, Coordinator Red Cross Central America; Mr. Walter Rene Monroy, Director Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Guatemala; Ms. Leonie Arguello, UNDP Nicaragua; Ms. Maria Jesus Izquierdo, Consultant UNISDR Panama; Mr. Pablo Ruiz, UNDP; and Ms. Carolina Dreikorn, UNDP El Salvador made presentations see Photos in Annex 6. Recovery Planning Exercises 18. Post-disaster recovery scenarios from earthquake and floods (Annex 7) were provided to guide participants who were group into four different teams to plan for recovery. The main objective of each team was to suggest appropriate options to be considered in the recovery plan. W o r k s h o p A c t i v i t i e s 4

9 19. Based on their discussions for each recovery sector, the teams came up with basic principles and guidance for a recovery plan. The recovery plan mentioned the key challenges, the basic approach to recovery, and some of the options to address the issues given in the scenario. The consolidated group output is shown in Annex 8. It contains key recommendations for addressing future recovery challenges following a disaster. 20. The session on Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning generated substantive discussions, and participants belonging to same country group together to formulate recommendations on key components to be considered in the plan. Country-specific recommendations on pre-disaster recovery plans for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Panama are shown in Annex At the workshop, each team was given opportunity to present their output (a form of policy paper on comprehensive recovery for the government) to other teams at the plenary. During the group presentation, it was assumed that the Governor/political head of the province were attending the briefing. The group presentations provided opportunity for all participants to ask share and ask questions regarding recommendations. Results Evaluation 22. Feedback on various aspects of the training was drawn from participants evaluation and through informal interactions between training staff and key partners who jointly organized the workshop. The approach of the workshop and the materials used in the training were general regarded as excellent or good. Participants reported that the workshop addressed knowledge gaps on recovery and reinforced governments existing recovery planning initiatives. 23. Some of the specific feedback from the participants are listed below: What would you change or advance in their jobs after this workshop? Sensitize decision-making at all levels Creating a team to lead the process of developing national recovery frameworks Include recovery issues in the National Development Agenda Share knowledge on recovery (lessons and good practice) and replicate where appropriate Promote a Culture of Prevention Involve local authorities R e s u l t s 5

10 What help do you need for that change happen? Depoliticize recovery interventions Support authorities by promoting leadership and commitment Inform local level stakeholders and engage them in decision-making Technical support and documentation for recovery cases Resources for course replication (e.g. workshops on disaster recovery planning) On what topic would you like more information? How to develop the recovery plan - step by step methodology guide Development of a pilot project for understanding the process of pre-disaster planning 24. Overall, the participants expressed that the case studies and examples shared at the workshops were useful for planning exercises. It was suggested that more detailed explanation of the lessons that are focused on regional cases may be promoted. Cases that are not relevant to the situation of the region may be limited, as it might case information overload. Other suggestions concerning the workshop were, Put emphasis on the conceptual framework and terminologies (objectives of the workshop Develop the workshop in Spanish Increase the duration of the workshop Send materials before the event Utilize case studies with examples from the region Build a network and maintain contacts among participants Provide necessary technical support 25. As participants represented key government agencies (e.g. public works, housing, health, civil defense, finance, education, social welfare, and governance), the workshop anticipated rolling out initiatives and interagency coordination in recovery planning. The level of participation indicated that the workshop attracted the right audience whom EC and international development agencies can tap to coordinate long-term recovery efforts. For coordination purposes, the names of participants were added in IRP s Roster of Experts. Capacity 26. The workshop resulted into discussions among representatives from government bodies, national platforms (including CSO members), and IRP partners to further share knowledge and exchange information for recovery planning. The workshop enriched participants knowledge of integrating disaster recovery planning into their national DRR plans, UNDAFs, and other planning/programming instruments. R e s u l t s 6

11 Way Forward 27. UNISDR for the Americas has sought the services of a consultant to further enrich the module adapting more local cases and translation of materials from English to Spanish to scale up the workshop in countries of Central America. 28. Participants coming from universities agreed to discuss measures to promote academic courses relative to recovery planning. 29. Government representatives also expressed interest in integrating recovery concerns in development planning and how to discuss mechanisms of how to bring this interest down to the local levels as well as to other sector of the government that are engaged in recovery planning. 30. For continued partnerships, UNISDR for the Americas and IRP are discussing with CEPREDENAC options to facilitate effective modalities for strengthening the capacities of Central American states in recovery planning. W a y F o r w a r d 7

12 Annex 1: Note of Introduction UNISDR has been awarded with the EC project called "Strengthening Region based Capacities in Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning". The project aims globally at enabling high risk countries to establish the temporal link between preparedness, recovery and sustainable development by strengthening capacities for integrating DRR in disaster recovery planning (both pre- and post disaster) and programming. The key components of the project include: Overall Objective To reinforce the capabilities of national governments through the regional inter-governmental organizations and ISDR partners, in Disaster Recovery Planning so that most high risk countries could have a seamless access to such expertise within their respective regions and plan for a better integration of risk reduction concerns in all phases of the recovery process, building on the existing assessment of risks. Indicator: Each of the five regions (which include the sub-regions) of the world has at least one regional organisation which is able to provide technical support to its member states on disaster recovery planning either directly or through an established network of practitioners from national, regional and global levels Expected Result 1: Representatives of government bodies, National Platform members (including CSOs) and UNCTs in approximately 15 countries globally have the knowledge of integrating of disaster recovery planning into their national DRR plans, UNDAFs and other planning/programming instruments as relevant Expected Result 2: Guidelines developed for integration of DRR into Recovery planning PDNA process Sectorial guidance notes on recovery Monitoring and evaluation of recovery impact Under this component, the project will compile information on existing training material, adapt and translate for specific regional or country needs. Ensure that existing guidance on recovery planning, early assessment of sectoral needs, key experiences on institutional arrangements for recovery and implementation of recovery plans in sectors have integrated disaster risk reduction approaches and expertise are available. Recovery planning is a process that requires involvement of different organisational and sectoral partners. With the central and / or local government in the lead (subject to the scale of the process), it enlists the engagement of regional inter-governmental organisations, UN Country team, national platforms members (as available), the multi-lateral development banks and the European Union. Moreover, the expertise required from different development sectors like health, education, infrastructure, shelter, etc. expects the involvement of different government ministries, departments and sectoral leads from UN and the donor community. A n n e x 1 : N o t e o f I n t r o d u c t i o n 8

13 The primary target group includes functionaries from government and regional organisations which would create a standby capacity at the regional level available to any high risk country desiring recovery planning support. The primary participants would be government officials who will be engaged in recovery planning - from the national platform, as well as from supporting Ministries, such as public works, health, education, etc. In addition, staff from local and city government as well as international and national agencies will be involved, linking with the Making Cities Resilient Campaign. National Platform members and donor community are also potential trainees. Key civil society organizations will also be engaged in the training. For example the Red Cross Red Crescent Societies and other community based actors play a critical role in the relief, rehabilitation and recovery. Engaging them will also enhance their capacities. For the national level trainings we propose a three day event, participants including those who wish to be trained in recovery planning, as well as who can serve on a roster of experts for deployment in the region if the need arises. They will serve as a reserve of recovery experts, both within the country as well as for possible overseas short term deployment, as required by the regional IGO. The training will empower the participants to draw upon global best practices for recovery and reconstruction. Have a look at Each workshop can engage up to 40 participants, all costs, including domestic travel of participants, training material, venue, equipment, resource persons, etc. will be covered. What we hope to achieve, in the very long term, is develop a mechanism for technical assistance to member states of the regional IGO for recovery planning. The mechanism will draw upon a roster of experts in select member states who may be deployed (1, 2-3 persons only) to a member state after a disaster to advise the government on recovery planning, in case the government desires such support. The experts will receive regular updates on the knowledge on recovery planning from IRP so the skills are upgraded. The IGO secretariat can play a coordinating role, with full technical support of IRP and UNISDR. A n n e x 1 : N o t e o f I n t r o d u c t i o n 9

14 Annex 2: Module on Disaster Recovery Planning Method of Delivery: Lecture, discussion, reflection and simulation through scenario Objectives for Day 1: Site visits to witness resilient recovery in practice and to enhance understanding of participants on what resilient recovery can achieve. Objectives for Day 2: Increase participant s knowledge and understanding of the concept of recovery and build back better Discuss some tools and apply to a given scenario as simulation Learn through reflection and discussion of past experiences linked with tools and practices introduced in the session Title Learning Elements Duration 1. Introduction to Disaster Recovery 2. Recovery Planning Process objectives 1. To ensure that the objectives of the workshop are clear 2. To introduce the participants 3. To introduce basic terms and concepts 1. To introduce the scenario on which participants will work over the next three days 2. To show case examples of build back better 1.1 Overview of day s objectives 1.2 Introductions 1.3 Introduction to Key Terms (reference: UNISDR terminology the publication will be distributed on day one this session will clarify any doubts) 1.4 Discussion on Role of Government in recovery responsibilities, legislative requirements, involvement of many departments, inter-sectoral approach to recovery, coordination issues. Session will conclude with participants discussing own experiences with the above issues of recovery. 1.5 Build Back Better disaster and the window of opportunity. Session concludes with a discussion on examples of build back better from experience of participants. Reading Material: 1. UNISDR Terms 2. Guidance notes for Decision Makers 2.1 Introduce Scenario - a disaster situation will be given to participants, who will develop strategies and guiding principles for recovery based on the discussions over the next three days, based on menu of options of different approaches from the thematic sessions and the guidance notes. The link between sustainable recovery and development will be emphasized so the (minutes) A n n e x 2 : M o d u l e o n D i s a s t e r R e c o v e r y P l a n n i n g 10

15 3. PDNA Process 4. Workshop 1: Shelter & Infrastructure (6~8 parallel groups) 1. To introduce the mechanism and partners of the PDNA 2. To provide links to further information on PDNA 1. To introduce menu of options of different approaches to recovery for shelter and infrastructure 2. To show case good practice cases on recovery 3. To utilize the given scenario to discuss, in groups, and formulate strategies and guiding principles for resilient recovery strategies link up with long term development and on going development projects 2.2 Examples of Planning Process from Kobe (Phoenix Plan) & China (Recovery Plan) will be introduced and discussed, with focus on potential for replication Reading Material: 1. Scenario will be distributed 2. Kobe Phoenix Plan 3. The Overall Planning for Post- Wenchuan Earthquake Restoration and Reconstruction from China 4. Housing sector recovery plan from Antigua and Barbuda November 2000 OAS and USAID 3.1 Introduction to the PDNA Process 3.2 Links to PDNAs 3.3 Discussion on participant s experiences with PDNA and/or other methodologies of ex-post assessment of damages and losses Reading Material: 1. Tripartite UN, EC, World Bank agreement on PDNA 2. Knowledge table with display of PDNA documents 3. One recent PDNA will be distributed 4.1 Key Messages from Guidance Notes Shelter and Infrastructure 4.2 Presentation of cases focused on good practices 4.3 Discussion in groups focused on practical strategies and guiding principles for recovery 4.4 Presentations by groups on the strategies and principles they elected to adopt. The groups are expected to defend their stand and to challenge other stands the discussion will facilitate learning through reflection Reading Material: 1. Guidance Notes on Shelter and Recovery IRP 2. Safer Homes, Stronger Communities: Handbook for Reconstructing after Natural Disaster World Bank 3. Guidance Notes on Infrastructure and Recovery IRP (Total 210) A n n e x 2 : M o d u l e o n D i s a s t e r R e c o v e r y P l a n n i n g 11

16 Objectives for Day 3: Discuss tools and apply to a given scenario as simulation Understand some challenges to resilient recovery Learn through reflection and discussion of past experiences linked with tools and practices introduced in the session 5. Workshop 2: Climate Change & Environment (6~8 parallel groups) 6. Workshop 3: Health & Psychosocial (6~8 parallel groups) 7. Prioritizing Recovery Projects 1. To introduce menu of options of different approaches to recovery for environment and integrating climate change 2. To show case good practice cases on recovery 3. To utilize the given scenario to discuss, in groups, and formulate strategies and guiding principles for resilient recovery 1. To introduce menu of options of different approaches to recovery for health and psychosocial issues 2. To show case good practice cases on recovery 3. To utilize the given scenario to discuss, in groups, and formulate strategies and guiding principles for resilient recovery 1. Introduce the dilemma of balancing conflicting demands in recovery, and 5.1 Key Messages from Guidance Notes Environment and Climate Change 5.2 Presentation of cases focused on good practices 5.3 Discussion in groups focused on practical strategies and guiding principles for recovery 5.4 Presentations by groups on the strategies and principles they elected to adopt. The groups are expected to defend their stand and to challenge other stands the discussion will facilitate learning through reflection Reading Material: 1. Guidance Notes on Environment and Recovery IRP 2. Guidance Notes on Climate Change and Recovery IRP 6.1 Key Messages from Guidance Notes Health and Psychosocial issues in Recovery 6.2 Presentation of cases focused on good practices 6.3 Discussion in groups focused on practical strategies and guiding principles for recovery 6.4 Presentations by groups on the strategies and principles they elected to adopt. The groups are expected to defend their stand and to challenge other stands the discussion will facilitate learning through reflection Reading Material: 1. Guidance Notes on Health and Recovery IRP 2. Guidance Notes on Psychosocial issues and Recovery IRP 7.1 Principles & Examples Reading Material: 1. Guidance Notes for Decision Makers IRP 2. Disaster Recovery Toolkit page COSCDA (Total 210) (Total 210) 60 A n n e x 2 : M o d u l e o n D i s a s t e r R e c o v e r y P l a n n i n g 12

17 diversion of funds from on-going development work 2. Suggest methodology to facilitate prioritization Objectives for Day 4: Discuss tools and apply to a given scenario as simulation Learn through reflection and discussion of past experiences linked with tools and practices introduced in the session Understand the different approaches possible for resilient recovery 8. Workshop 4: 1. To introduce 8.1 Key Messages from Guidance Gender & menu of options of Notes Gender and Livelihoods in Livelihoods different Recovery (6~8 parallel approaches to 8.2 Presentation of cases focused on groups) recovery for good practices gender and 8.3 Discussion in groups focused on 60 livelihoods practical strategies and guiding 2. To show case principles for recovery good practice 8.4 Presentations by groups on the cases on recovery 3. To utilize the given scenario to discuss, in groups, strategies and principles they elected to adopt. The groups are expected to defend their stand and to challenge other stands the discussion will 70 (Total 210) and formulate facilitate learning through reflection strategies and Reading Material: guiding principles 1. Guidance Notes on Gender and for resilient Recovery IRP recovery 2. Guidance Notes on Livelihoods and 9. Workshop 5: Governance (6~8 parallel groups) 1. To introduce menu of options of different approaches to recovery for gender and livelihoods 2. To show case good practice cases on recovery 3. To utilize the given scenario to discuss, in groups, and formulate strategies and guiding principles for resilient recovery Recovery IRP 9.1 Key Messages from Guidance Notes Governance in Recovery 9.2 Presentation of cases focused on good practices 9.3 Discussion in groups focused on practical strategies and guiding principles for recovery 9.4 Presentations by groups on the strategies and principles they elected to adopt. The groups are expected to defend their stand and to challenge other stands the discussion will facilitate learning through reflection Reading Material: 1. Guidance Notes on Governance and Recovery IRP (Total 150) A n n e x 2 : M o d u l e o n D i s a s t e r R e c o v e r y P l a n n i n g 13

18 10. Funding Recovery 1. Introduce options for funding the recovery 2. Provide links for further research 11. Closing 1. Vote of Thanks 2. Distribution of certificates to participants 10.1 Options such as CAT Bonds, Insurance, etc Cases of good practice 10.3 Discussion on experiences and replication of good practices Reading Material: 1. From World Bank 2. Resource Person from Bank Note: Coffee/tea will be available in rooms. Participants are free to help themselves during discussion time Useful web links for reference: A n n e x 2 : M o d u l e o n D i s a s t e r R e c o v e r y P l a n n i n g 14

19 Annex 3: List of Participants Participantes al Taller Regional de Entrenamiento en Planificación de la Recuperación Pre Desastres / Ciudad de Panamá, de Sept Name Position/Organization Contact 1. Delmy Castellanos Asistente Subcomisionado Regional; COPECO; Honduras 2. Lourdes Ardón Coordinador Nacional de Albergues COPECO; Honduras 3. Lidia Elizaberh Torres Coordinadora Unidad Gestión del Riesgo; IH Ciencias de la Tierra; Honduras 4. Ramón Hernan Munguía 5. Carlos Humberto Pineda M Enlace UNAH-COPECO; UNAH; Honduras Director General de Ordenamiento Teritorial; SETPLAN; Honduras 6. : Roger Torres Sub-Comisionado; COPECO; Honduras 7. Fidel Antonio Valencia Coordinador, DGPC; El Salvador 8. Alfredo Alvarenga Jefe, Gestion de Riesgos; Alcaldía Santa Tecla; El Salvador 9. Ricardo Gonzalez Coordinador Interinstitucional; DGPC; El Salvador 10. Rafael Artiga Delegado DGPC / San Salvador; Dirección General de Protección Civil; El Salvador 11. Jorge Franco Dirección Municipal de Planificación; Municipalidad Quetzaltenango; Guatemala 12. Vanessa Ligorria Docente / URL; Universidad Rafael Baldizón Lnadivar; Guatemala 13. Walter Rene Monroy Director de Rehabilitación y Reconstrucción; CONRED; Guatemala 14. Gustavo Barrantes Profesor; Universidad Nacional; CSästillo Costa Rica 15. Sergio Escamilla Leiva Ing. Fiscalizador; Comisión Nac. De Prevención de Riesgos y Atención de Emeregencias; Costa Rica 16. Marilyn Astorga Técnico Analistra de Proyectos; MIDEPLAN; Costa Rica Phone: Mobile: Phone: Etx. 312 Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Phone: Ext. 124 Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Phone: (503) Mobile: (503) Phone: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: (506) Phone: Mobile: Phone: A n n e x 3 : L i s t o f P a r t i c i p a n t s 15

20 Name Position/Organization Contact 17. Leonie Arguello Coordinadora area Ambiente y Gestion de riesgos; PNUD; Nicaragua 18. Ana De Obaldía Asistente de Programas; Fondo de Población NNUU: Panamá 19. Lina Maribel Bermudes Evaluadora de Riesgo; SINAPROC; Panamá 20. Yira Campos Directora Prevención y Mitigación; SINAPROC; Panamá 21. Miguel Flores Ing de Mantenimiento; Ministerio de Obras Públicas; Panamá 22. Linda Vergara Ing. Civil; Ministerio Obras Castillo Públicas; Panamá 23. Israel Barrera Jefe de Unidad Coordinadra para CA; Ministerio Economía y Finanzas; Panamá Organizaciones y Agencias Mobile: Phone: Phone: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Phone: Phone: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: Name Position/Organization Contact 24. Carolina Dreikorn Oficial Nacional; PNUD; El Salvador Phone: Karina Lapteva Oficial RDM ; Federación Internacional Cruz Roja; Panamá Phone: Nelson Aly Rodriguez Coordinador Para Centro América, México y Panamá; Federación Internacional Cruz Roja; Guatemala y Honduras 27. Victor Ramirez Coordinador Fortalecimiento Institucional; CEPREDENAC; Panamá 28. Veronica Rodriguez Supervisora Técnica; Secretaría Técnica de la Presidencia; El Salvador 29. Maria Jesus Izquierdo Consultora Reduccion de Riesgos de Desastres y Recuperacion Mobile: Phone: Mobile: / Phone: / Mobile: / Phone: Mobile: Phone: Mobile: A n n e x 3 : L i s t o f P a r t i c i p a n t s 16

21 Facilitadores Name Position/Organization Contact 30. Sanjaya Bhatia UNISDR /Officer International Recovery Platform Phone: Gerald E. Potutan Recovery Expert IRP / Secrertaría Phone: Julio García Oficcial Regional; UNISDR Phone: Mobile: A n n e x 3 : L i s t o f P a r t i c i p a n t s 17

22 Annex 4: Programme Taller Internacional de Entrenamiento en Planificación de la Recuperación Ciudad de Panamá, Panamá, Setiembre 24-26, 2012 Día Lunes 24 de Setiembre Hora Actividad Responsables 08:30 a 09:15 Inscripción y apertura del Evento Sr. Arturo Alvarado (Jefe SINAPROC) Sr. Iván Morales, Secretario Ejecutivo CEPREDENAC Sr. Ricardo Mena (Jefe UNISDR, Oficina Regional Las Américas Espacio para preguntas de los medios de comunicación. 09:15 a 09:30 Avances de CEPREDENAC en procesos de recuperación y la PCGIR Iván Morales; Secretario Ejecutivo CEPREDENAC 09:30 a 10:00 Introducción a la Recuperación de Desastres Sanjaya Bhatia; Knowledge Management Officer, International Recovery Platform UNISDR 10:00 a 10:30 Governance (case studies) Gerald Potutan, International Recovery Platform 10:30 a 10:45 Coffee Break 10:45 a 11:30 Experiencias en recuperación de desastres en la región Centroamericana 11:30 a 13:00 Governance (con t) Infraestructura Representantes Nacionales, Representantes de Gobiernos locales PNUD Gerald Potutan, IRP Sanjaya Bhatia; Knowledge Management Officer, International Recovery Platform UNISDR 13:00 a 14:00 Almuerzo 14:00 a 15:00 Refugios y Vivienda Sanjaya Bhatia; Knowledge Management Officer, International Recovery Platform UNISDR 15:00 a 15:15 Scenario for Planning Gerald Potutan, International Recovery Platform 15:15 a 17:00 Trabajo en Grupo 1: Governance, Refugio e Infraestructura (Incluye pausa para el café y presentaciones de los grupos) Día Martes 25 de Setiembre 09:00 a 10:00 Sector Salud Sanjaya Bhatia; Knowledge Management Officer, International Recovery Platform UNISDR 10:00 a 11:00 Aspectos Sicosociales Sanjaya Bhatia; Knowledge Management Officer, International A n n e x 4 : P r o g r a m m e 18

23 11:00 a 11:15 Coffee Break 11:15 a 12:30 Trabajo en Grupo 2: Salud, Sicosocial y Ambiente Recovery Platform UNISDR 12:30 a 13:30 Almuerzo 13:30 a 15:30 Medio Ambiente Sanjaya Bhatia; Knowledge Management Officer, International Recovery Platform UNISDR 13:30 a 17:00 Trabajo en Grupo 3: Ambiente y (Incluye pausa para el café y presentaciones de los grupos) Día Miércoles 26 de Setiembre 09:00 a 09:45 Financiamiento de la Recuperación Sanjaya Bhatia, International Recovery Platform 09:45 a 10:30 Enfoque de Género Sanjaya Bhatia, International Recovery Platform 10:30 a 10:45 Coffe break 10:45 a 12:30 Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning Medios de Vida Sanjaya Bhatia; Knowledge Management Officer, International Recovery Platform UNISDR Gerald Potutan, International Recovery Platform 12:30 a 13:30 Almuerzo 13:30 a 14:00 Medios de Vida (con t) Gerald Potutan, International Recovery Platform 14:00 a 15:30 Trabajo en Grupo 3: Género, y medios de vida (Incluye pausa para el café y presentaciones de los grupos) 15:30 a 16:00 Clausura (incluye retroalimentación y evaluación) IRP CEPREDENAC UNISDR A n n e x 4 : P r o g r a m m e 19

24 FOLDER Annex 5: List of Workshop Materials DOCUMENT 1. Introduction to Natural Hazards, Unnatural Disasters (The World Bank) Disaster Recovery Learning from Disaster Recovery: Guidance for Decision Makers UNISDR Terminology (English, Russian, and Spanish) Post Disaster Recovery Guidelines (UNDP) 2. Planning Process Hyogo Phoenix Plan (book) Los Angles Recovery and Reconstruction Plan Hyogo Phoenix Plan (ppt) The Overall Planning for Post-Wenchuan Earthquake Restoration and Reconstruction Hope Beyond the Disaster (7 Principles of Tohoku Recovery) Pre-Disaster Recovery Plan of Tokyo Metropolitan Government 3. PDNA Process Basics of PDNA PCNA-PDNA Joint Declaration (EU-UNDG-WB) PDNA Haiti 2010 (and links to all PDNA Reports) 4. Guidance Notes on Recovery (PDF) 5. Power Point Presentations (PPTs) (1) Infrastructure, (2) Shelter, (3) Health, (4) Psychosocial, (5) Climate Change, (6) Environment, (7) Governance, (8) Gender, (9) Livelihoods, (10) Telling Live Lessons, (11) Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning (1) Introduction to IRP & Disaster Recovery, (2) Infrastructure, (3) Shelter, (4) Health, (5) Psychosocial, (6) Climate Change, (7) Environment, (8) Governance, (9) Gender, (10) Livelihoods, (11) Telling Live Lessons, (12) Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning, (13 ) Financing Recovery, (14) Scenario Group Exercises 6. Handouts (1) Introduction to IRP & Disaster Recovery (2) Basics of PDNA (3) Infrastructure (4) Shelter (5) Health (6) Psychosocial (7) Climate Change (8) Environment (9) Governance (10) Gender (11) Livelihoods (12) Telling Live Lessons (13) Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning (14) Financing Recovery (15) Scenario for Recovery Planning 7. Funding Recovery Financing recovery (World Bank Document) Prioritizing Recovery Projects (COSDA document) 8. Evaluation Evaluation Form (English, Russian, Spanish) A n n e x 5 : L i s t o f W o r k s h o p M a t e r i a l s 20

25 Annex 6: IRP Partners Engaged in Workshop Mr. Ivan Morales, CEPREDENAC Ms. Lourdes Ardon, COPECO Honduras Mr. Nelson Rodriguez, Red Cross Central America Mr. Walter Rene Monroy, Guatemala Ms. Leonie Arguello, UNDP Nicaragua Ms. Maria Jesus Izquierdo, Consultant UNISDR Panama A n n e x 6 : I R P P a r t n e r s E n g a g e d i n W o r k s h o p 21

26 Mr. Pablo Ruiz, UNDP Central America Ms. Carolina Dreikorn, UNDP El Salvador A n n e x 6 : I R P P a r t n e r s E n g a g e d i n W o r k s h o p 22

27 Annex 7: Scenario for Group Exercise A n n e x 7 : S c e n a r i o f o r G r o u p E x e r c i s e 23

28 A n n e x 7 : S c e n a r i o f o r G r o u p E x e r c i s e 24

29 A n n e x 7 : S c e n a r i o f o r G r o u p E x e r c i s e 25

30 A n n e x 7 : S c e n a r i o f o r G r o u p E x e r c i s e 26

31 Principles for ex-post Recovery Suggested Timeframe - 60 minutes in each workshop (generally two sectors) Scenario You are a member of a team constituted by the Government to plan the recovery of the area impacted by a disaster. Your specific task is to provide advice and suggest options for recovery. Your aim is to ensure a comprehensive and inclusive recovery, meeting the needs of all members of the community, including those often marginalized. The Government has stated the recovery will follow the principle of build back better, so the pre-existing vulnerabilities and risks are reduced. Exercise Instructions You have been briefed on a menu of options and the different approaches possible to tackle the challenges of recovery. Your team consists of engineers, technical specialists, finance and budget experts and community organizers. Your task in the team is to flag the key issues and the different approaches that can be adopted to address the challenges. Step 1: Nominate one person of the group as rapporteur who will note the points of discussion on the flipchart. A n n e x 7 : S c e n a r i o f o r G r o u p E x e r c i s e 27

32 Step 2: As a team discuss the issues, challenges and options for recovery, based on the information provided in the scenario. You can make assumptions as you go along, to fill in any information gaps, but be sure to mention the assumptions. Step 3: Based on the discussions, for each sector, draft the basic principles and guidance for a recovery plan. The plan may mention the key challenges, the basic approach to recovery and some of the options suggested. This document will form the input of the team to a policy paper on the sectoral recovery for the government. Step 4: One member of the team will present the findings to the plenary. Assume the Governor / political head of the province is attending the briefing. Other teams will cross question and all your team members are free to respond. Facts Province X has a total population of 1,190,000. Of this number, 590,000 are females and 600,000 are males. The province has approximately 490,000 children, not all of which are enrolled in schools. Age varies from 0 to 16 years. Of the population approximately 20% are seniors, aged more than 65 years. A total of 84,000 persons are permanently disabled. There are 220,000 families in the province. The province has been impacted by an earthquake of magnitude 7 Richter. The province is on the coast, with hills rising from the vicinity of the shoreline. The earthquake has triggered landslides, destroying some villages and parts of villages, as well as the communications roads and telephone at places. At certain points the landslides have blocked rivers, causing artificial dams which can burst anytime. The rubble from the landslides in the rivers has also caused floods in many villages and some urban centers. In the urban and industrial areas, the earthquake has resulted in leakage of gas and other chemicals, caused fires and released many industrial effluents onto the streets and flood waters. A minor tsunami hit part of the coast, destroying mangroves and forests, as well as a fishing village. Alternate scenario: The province was impacted by a typhoon making landfall along the coast line. The sea surge caused flooding up to 5 km. inland, as the land is low lying. Additionally, the heavy rainfall accompanying the typhoon raised water levels in the rivers, causing floods in the region. The heavy rainfall destabilized the soil in the hilly areas, causing landslides. In the urban and industrial areas the floods caused leakage of chemicals and effluents into the flood waters, polluting the residential and commercial areas. Note: It was noted by locals that the storm surge and flood levels have shown an increasing trend over the past few years. The response has been completed. A n n e x 7 : S c e n a r i o f o r G r o u p E x e r c i s e 28

33 Mountains Villages Industrial area River Towns Coast line A n n e x 7 : S c e n a r i o f o r G r o u p E x e r c i s e 29

34 Annex 8: Group Outputs Initial Recommendations for Disaster Recovery Plan (Consolidated Group Outputs) Sector Recommendations INFRA-STRUCTURE Evaluación del territorio con expertos técnicos para establecer riesgos del territorio para definir un sitio seguro Establecer las prioridades de recuperación de infraestructura (agua, saneamiento, vías de comunicación etc.) Medidas de mitigación Cuantificación de los daños financieramente Asistencia técnica Priorización de la infraestructura básica que se establezcan a los medios de vida resistente a multi amenazas. En Líneas Vitales reconstruirlas de una forma que reduzca considerablemente su vulnerabilidad, priorizando las mas criticas. Las construcciones deben ser reconstruidas de una manera mejorada y resistente, comparada con la anterior. SHELTER Tomar medidas para que la población participe de todos procesos de reconstrucción de infraestructura y motivar impulsar medios de vida a través de método de efectivo o especies. Hacer una evaluación de condiciones de la área de afectación por medio de boletas de evaluación de daños para determinar viviendas habitables y inhabitables. Identificación de sitios seguros para el nuevo asentamiento. Teniendo una evaluación adecuada nos generara la base de datos para identificar cuales son aquellos casos que serán beneficiados con el apoyo del gobierno. Tomar en cuenta los códigos de construcción. Socializar la solución habitacional que será implementada con la comunidad. Establecer programas para mejores practicas de prevención de violencia inclusión familiar, protección de ecosistemas. GENDER Ser equitativos y reconocer las capacidades independientemente del genero. Incentivar que el rol de las mujeres sea mas activo: promover campañas donde se visibilice el rol de la mujer Enfoque representativo del genero en los procesos de planificación predesastres Participación de las mujeres en la toma de decisión Incorporar especialistas en el tema en el comité de recuperación Trasversalizar el tema de genero en todos los aspectos de la recuperación ( políticas públicas) Capacitación y acceso a financiamiento Participación activa de la mujer en el desarrollo del proceso de recuperación. (Planificación, eje, seguimiento y monitoreo). Fortalecimiento de Capacidades de los grupos beneficiados. Fortalecer intercambio de experiencia con otros grupos. A n n e x 8 : G r o u p O u t p u t s 30

35 Sector Recommendations GOVERNANCE Análisis de amenazas vulnerabilidad y capacidades. Definir responsabilidad y roles de los actores involucrados. Tener una estrategia participativa de las comunidades para asegurar la participación en todos los procesos con enfoque culturalmente adecuado. Campaña estratégica de información y comunicación. La recuperación tiene que ser con enfoque al desarrollo para la reducción de riesgo. Rendición cuentas (contabilidad, continuidad y sostenibilidad). Estrategia para restablecer los medios de vida temprana y tener resilencia entre las comunidades. Desarrollar un plan de recuperación en línea con el plan de recuperación de desastres, adaptadas al contexto nacional. Sistema de alerta temprana multi amenazas Reconcomiendo de las Capacidades Nacionales y locales. Mapeo de actores para identificar roles y responsabilidades (Organismos Gubernamentales y no Gubernamentales/ Empresa Privada) Nombramiento de una Comisión Técnica para que brinda las pautas de la recuperación y reconstrucción. Participación de la población afectada: En el Diseño Reconstrucción (autoconstrucción) Auditoria Espacios publicitarios en los medios escritos, televisivos y hablados al Estado para brindar la información oficial y así evitar las especulaciones. Identificar los lideres locales para difundir la información apropiada y en su idioma tanto en los medios Locales como Regionales. Garantía de Bienes públicos y privados. LIVELIHOODS Hacer un análisis de mercado Que las acciones sean orientadas a promover, impulsar y orientar delos medios de vida Incluir un enfoque desarrollando las capacidades Aprovechar las oportunidades que ofrece el territorio y diversificación de los medios de vida. Promoción de encadenamiento productivo para la generación de mejores ingresos. Uso de mejores técnicas productivas Subsidios a medianos y pequeños productores Incentivos para la recuperación agrícola (semillas, fertilizantes, huertos, mercados) Procesos de autoconstrucción Consideración de aspectos culturales en la recuperación del agro. Asegurara procesos de seguridad alimentaria Desarrollo de capacidades organizativas ( cooperativas, asociaciones, mercados) Identificación de fuentes de financiamiento. Participación incluyente, genero y capacidades disminuidas. Visión mediano plazo Diagnostico de Línea Base Estrategia: Plan Priorización Mapeo Actores Clave (Def. Roles y/o funciones) A n n e x 8 : G r o u p O u t p u t s 31

36 Sector Recommendations HEALTH Estrategia basada en las normas que establece la OPS y la OMS. Prioridad en atención a personas con capacidades especiales. Clínicas móviles. Plan de emergencia para el manejo de cadáveres. Alianzas estratégicas entre el sector salud publico y el sector salud privado. Control de vectores / evitar epidemias Evaluación de la infraestructura hospitalaria. Equipamiento Hospitalario Voluntariado especializado. Restablecer la infraestructura de manera resiliente, tanto de la atención básica y especializada de salud. Establecer unidades periféricas resilientes de salud general y especializada. Sistema de vigilancia y control de epidemias Programas de vacunación. Fortalecer el recurso humanos que pueda ofrecer servicios de salud, y promover campañas de sensibilización en las temáticas de salud y saneamiento. Aprovechar el conocimiento y la estructura existente de la comunidad. Incorporar los protocolos de seguridad industrial en las normativas y programas de prevención y concientización. Plan de atención no generalizado, sino acorde a las necesidades de la población afectada. Restablecimiento de los programas de salud existentes (nutricional, vacunación, atención prenatal, adultos mayores, etc ). PSYCHOSOCIAL Formación de voluntarios apoyo psicosocial. Base de datos /profesional especializado. Disposición de recursos. Planes y protocolos de atención. Restablecer o mejorar los medios de vida. Estrategia de capacitación para comunicadores. Programas creación de espacios para esparcimiento y recreación. Formación de miembros de la comunidad en apoyo psicosocial inmediato. Alianzas estratégicas con las instituciones académicas y ONGs con competencia en la temática. Atención se tiene que dar en el marco de los protocolos nacionales de salud. Que el apoyo psicosocial sea adaptado al contexto cultura de la comunidad. Establecer programas de apoyo de acuerdo a las necesidades específicas de la población. Establecer programas de atención para las personas involucradas en la intervención. ENVIRONMENT & Diagnostico ambiental. CLIMATE CHANGE Plan de Gestión Ambiental derivado del diagnostico. Mapeo de actores clave. Definición de roles y responsabilidades. Presupuesto. Estrategia de monitoreo y seguimiento. Asistencia técnica externa. A n n e x 8 : G r o u p O u t p u t s 32

37 Sector Recommendations Manejo de sustancias toxicas y contaminantes químicos. Manejo de aguas residuales. Análisis de impacto ambiental e implementación de metodologías y tecnologías para la restauración de los ecosistemas degradados. Realizar un análisis de fragilidad ambiental Programa de manejo de desechos y residuos Promover el reciclaje y el uso de los desechos para las nuevas construcciones Implementar medidas de recuperación de los sistemas ambientales, con enfoque de reducción de riesgo. Visibilizar los beneficios de la restauración ambiental. Tener enfoque territorial, más que municipal. Ejemplo: cuenca hidrográfica. Promover mejores prácticas sostenibles ambientalmente de generación de medios de vida. Impulsar iniciativas hacia investigaciones de mejores prácticas ambientales. Vincular todas las medidas con la adaptación al cambio climático. A n n e x 8 : G r o u p O u t p u t s 33

38 Annex 9: Recommended Components for Pre-Disaster Recovery Plans 1. Panama Annex 9: Recommended Components for Pre-Disaster Recovery 34

39 2. El Salvador Annex 9: Recommended Components for Pre-Disaster Recovery 35

40 3. Costa Rica Annex 9: Recommended Components for Pre-Disaster Recovery 36

41 4. Honduras Annex 9: Recommended Components for Pre-Disaster Recovery 37

42 Annex 9: Recommended Components for Pre-Disaster Recovery 38

43 5. Guatemala Annex 9: Recommended Components for Pre-Disaster Recovery 39

44 Annex 10: Photos A n n e x 1 0 : P h o t o s 40

45 A n n e x 1 0 : P h o t o s 41

46 A n n e x 1 0 : P h o t o s 42

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