• A Study of Vulnerable Flood Affected Districts of the State of West Bengal (India): Community Based Disaster Preparedness/Risk Reduction (I.E. Cbdp/Cbdrr) - a Proposal of Life Saving Strategic Disaster Preparedness Model.
    the change of mindset is visible in the sustained behavioural change in every family. According to the guidelines of NGOs, 30 % of the funds allocated for response or rehabilitation is to be set apart for preparedness. The creation of a safer and disaster resilient State is the development of a...
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  • Rohit
    post-disaster situation. Even as the extensive participation of non-governmental organisations is sought, it is necessary that the modalities of ensuring the quality of the participation be built into the rehabilitation programme. The role of the corporate sector NGOs and donor agencies needs to be...
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    Working Group for Mainstreaming DRR in Development 83 Members of the Extended Group for the Preparation of the Guidelines on Role of NGOs in Disaster Management 84 vi 51 List of Participants at the National Conference on the Role of Ngos in Disaster...
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  • Role and Performance of Government and Ngos in Relie F
    sources initiated massive rescue and relief activities in the area. (ERRA, Annual Review 2005 to 2006) Both, government of Pakistan and NGOs played important role in relief distribution and rehabilitation activities. Government of Pakistan established the central coordination office for rescue and...
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  • Ngos in Bd
    calamities, International and local NGOs turned their efforts to longer term development in the absence of state capacity to deliver welfare. By the mid 1980s still lacking a strong state, NGOs were faced with the challenge/opportunity to deliver social services into the long term and became the...
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  • Bangladesh Country Paper-Diaster Report
    , NGO Affairs Bureau | 〃 | XXIX | Director General, Disaster Management Bureau - | 〃 | XXX | Director General, Relief and Rehabilitation | 〃 | XXXI | Secretary General, Bangladesh Red Crescent Society | 〃 |   The following officers shall attend the meetings on invitation: Director, Department...
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  • Disaster Management
    development programmes. * Strengthening disaster preparedness, mitigation and effective response in state and districts. * Setting up working groups on specific themes to include broad-based participation of civil society organisations. Advisory/Advocacy Role * Coordination with...
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  • Ngos in Rural Bangladesh
    . 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15 16 17 18 19 Introduction Objectives of the study Methodology of the study Theoretical discussion Concept of NGOs Historical background of NOGs in Bangladesh Types of NGOs Functional coverage of NGOs Role of NGOs behind the rural development Advantages and disadvantages...
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  • Management of Disasters and Crisis Situations in India with Focus on the Poor
    development of a Disaster Warning System for rapid and direct dissemination of warning through satellite. The MOHA has prepared a framework for disaster management and has initiated several actions for mitigation, preparedness, response and rehabilitation. Keeping in view the need for creating a...
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  • Ngo Development
    NGOs and Development in Bangladesh:  Abstract From its birth as an independent nation in 1971, Bangladesh became a site for Non Government Organisations.  Initially focussed on relief and rehabilitation activities following the War of Liberation and succeeding natural calamities...
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  • Proshika Ngo
    can understand the importance of NGOs in a developing country like Bangladesh. Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) have emerged as an integral part of the institutional structure for addressing poverty as well as rural development, gender equality, environmental conservation, disaster management...
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  • Defining Humanitarian Aid
    Development (OECD) Development Assistance Committee (DAC) reporting criteria, humanitarian aid has very clear cut-off points – for example, ‘disaster preparedness’ excludes longer-term work such as prevention of floods or conflicts. ‘Reconstruction relief and rehabilitation’ includes repairing pre...
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  • South Asian Communities Coping with Disaster
    . • More people are living in high-risk areas prone to natural hazards, and development plans fail to tackle this problem. • Spending on relief and rehabilitation has increased substantially. • South Asian countries continue to adopt very different attitudes and responses to disaster issues. Consulting...
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  • Dis Mgmt
    holders involved in Disaster Mitigation and Response programs 5, Multi-stakeholder participation of Corporates and NGOs in the Disaster Relief, Rehabilitation, Mitigation and Risk Reduction work 6. A National Executive Committee (NEC) was constituted under the NDMA with Union Home Secretary as the...
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  • Csr Gujarat 2001
    . Disaster Management and Sustainable Development Considering that the magnitude of the impact from natural disasters on the private sector has seen the drastic increase and that more and more of the multinational corporations start to invest and operate in hazard-prone developing countries, the...
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  • Communication Facilities for Disaster Management System
    carry out their respective activities efficiently. NON-GOVERNMENT VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS Emerging trends in managing natural disasters have highlighted the role of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) as one of the most effective alternative means of achieving an efficient communication link...
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  • Disaster Management in Bangladesh
    director general of disaster management bureau (DMB) to coordinate the disaster related training and public awareness activities of the government, ngos and other organizations. 8. Focal point operation coordination group of disaster management (FPOCG) headed by the director general of DMB to...
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  • Pakistan and Turkey Relationship
    contribution. Role of Turkey with the help of Unicef UNICEF Pakistan Support to Recovery and Rehabilitation of Basic Social Services for the Earthquake-Affected Population 2007-2008 1 SUMMARY Pakistan suffered its worst ever natural disaster on the morning of 8 October, 2005...
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  • THE ROLE OF WORLD VISION PHILIPPPINES IN NATION-BUILDING
    making it a better organization. D. Significance of the Study The existing literature about nation-building in the Philippines does not take into account the role of NGOs. The proponents wish to address this research gap by providing an analysis of the role of one of the largest international non...
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  • Administrative Reforms Commisssion
    made for orphaned children on a long term basis. NGOs should be encouraged to play a major role in their rehabilitation. DROUGHT MANAGEMENT 9.1 Risk Reduction 9.1.1 The principles of disaster risk reduction outlined in the previous chapters are applicable to droughts as well, but unlike floods...
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