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DRRM Summit Proposal.pptx

  2. FUND SOURCE: General Fund – CY 2021 (Disaster Risk Reduction Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation) IMPLEMENTING OFFICE: PPDO/PDRRMO DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION: January – December 2021 LOCATION: Provincewide
  3. BACKGROUND/RATIONALE: In its attempt to generate commitment and strengthen awareness on various hazards putting the province at risk, the Office of the Provincial Planning and Development Coordinator as the Vice- Chairman for the Rehabilitation and Recovery Committee of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Committee (PDRRMC) initiated the conduct of a Provincewide Disaster Risk Reduction Management (DRRM) Summit spearheaded by the Office of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management to held Via Zoom VideoConference.
  4. The summit is a provincewide campaign for disaster awareness and capacity building across the province considering that Camarines Norte is prone to natural hazards. During the summit, different DRRM tools, and protocols will be discussed to DRRM practitioners and stakeholders for them to fully understand their roles and responsibilities in addressing disaster risks. Likewise, the summit was set in support to Republic Act 10121, “An act strengthening the Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction and Management System, providing for the NDRRM framework and institutionalizing the NDRRM Plan, appropriating funds therefor and for other purposes.” This Act ensures the integration of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation into local development plans, programs and budgets as a strategy for sustainable development and poverty reduction.
  5. The forum sets the direction towards unity in action and ensuring that all concerned stakeholders will be equipped of new skills, knowledge needed in mitigating and addressing future disasters and emergencies. At least, the rules of engagement are set in place, as a province, we are one in our efforts towards disaster and risk reduction. There is truth in the saying that no man is an island. We all depend on each other, and this finds significance in times of disasters and emergencies. The summit will emphasize that the government, and each and every one of us should continue to be vigilant in mitigating the possible damages brought about by disasters and emergencies. The event will be participated by Local Chief Executives (LCEs), Disaster Risk Reduction Management Officers (DRRMOs) and Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (RDRRMC) members, national agencies and other DRRM practitioners & partners.
  6. OBJECTIVES: The activity aims to impart the significant roles and responsibilities of local chief executives, Disaster Risk Reduction Management Officers (DRRMOs) and Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (RDRRMC) members, national agencies and other DRRM practitioners & partners, especially those newly-minted, being chairpersons, members, implementers and practitioners of their local disaster risk reduction and management councils and familiarize them on the different geographic plans, tools and information systems on disaster mitigation and climate change adaptation.
  7. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: The state of DRRM and the utilization of local DRRM fund sharing were also be highlighted as well as sharing of best practices on DRRM and Provincial Awarding Ceremony of Best DRRM Implementer 2021 (LGU Category). Towards the end of the activity, the participants will recite the “Declaration of Commitment” as a pledge of full support on disaster preparedness efforts in the province to include their firm resolve on the implementation of the local disaster risk reduction and management and climate change adaptation plans.
  8. DESCRIPTION/IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY: The three-day summit will feature lectures on (1) Central Bicol State University of Agriculture’s/Camarines Norte State College DRRM, (2) LCEs Roles and Responsibilities in DRRM, (3) Institutionalization of Local DRRM Offices, (4) Guidelines on the Utilization of Local DRRM Fund, (5) Hydro- Met Hazards and Warning System, (6) Local Geological Hazards, (7) Earthquake-induced Landslides/ Multi-Hazard Maps, (8) Flood Modelling, Formulation of Local DRRM Action Plan and LCCAP, (9) Introduction to Contingency Planning and Cluster Approach, (10) Introduction to Incident Command System, (11) Pandemic Response of the Province and (12) Introduction to Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment and Post-Disaster Needs Assessment.