Shelter/NFI Working Group Meeting. Islamabad, 11 th September 2014. Introduction and agenda. Flood situation overview Provincial updates Early Recovery 2012 updates Shelter Cluster Evaluation Shelter Research Update
Islamabad, 11th September2014
PAK & GB
PDMA will convene a Sindh Humanitarian Coordination Meeting on 11th September to discuss agenda points below:
1. SoPsfor registration/endorsement of I/NGOs working in Sindh
2. On-going floods in Pakistan and possible impacts in Sindh
Registration Data Upgrade
Protection Cluster Vulnerability Assessment
Early lost their lives while, 40 people have been injured due to the flash floods (NDMA). Recovery Summary by Province - 2012
ER Shelter lost their lives while, 40 people have been injured due to the flash floods (NDMA). - Agency Summary – 2012
ER Shelter - Province lost their lives while, 40 people have been injured due to the flash floods (NDMA). Summary – 2012
report available online at http://shelterpakistan.org/
Building on the work completed during Phase I, the specific objectives for the second phase of the research are to:
Capture and analyse technical, economic, environmental and social advantages and disadvantages of various shelter recovery project designs, and build a comparative analysis of their performance in terms of flood resistance, climate proofing and wider resilience, environmental and market impact, value for money, and local suitability.
Test and verify the scientific validity of key DRR features introduced in shelter programmes since 2010 through rigorous physical material testing.
Objectives introduced in shelter programmes since 2010 through rigorous physical material testing.
More info: www.humanitarianresponse.info/programme-cycle