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The Third UN-GGIM-AP Plenary Meeting. Disaster Management in Country Name. ~Coordination among NGIA & Other Related Organizations and Recommendations~. Bali Indonesia 10 November 2014. Presenters' Name and Title Organization. Outline. Introduction

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The Third UN-GGIM-AP Plenary Meeting

  • Disaster Management in Country Name

~Coordination among NGIA & Other Related Organizations

and Recommendations~

Bali Indonesia

10 November 2014

Presenters' Name and Title

Organization


Outline

  • Introduction

  • Coordination with Public Disaster Management Agencies

  • Coordination with Local Governments in Disaster Management

  • Coordination with the Private Sectors in Disaster Management

  • Coordination with Universities/Academic Institutions and NPOs (Volunteers, Citizens etc..)

  • Challenges and Efforts in Disaster Management Coordination with Related Organizations

  • Recommendations on the Activities of UN-GGIM-AP WG2 on Data Sharing and Integration for Disaster Management

  • Measures taken by NGIA in relation to the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) Priority 2

  • Measures taken by NGIA in relation to the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) Priority 5

  • Recommendations to the 3rd World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR)


Introduction

  • Legal Framework and the Role of NGIA in Disaster Management

  • Organizational Structure within NGIA for Disaster Management


Coordination with Public Disaster Management Agencies

  • Framework for Coordination between NGIA and Public Disaster Management Agencies

  • Examples on Coordination Efforts in Disaster Response Activities at each Stage of Disaster Cycle

    (ex) Examples on Sharing Geospatial Information & Disaster Related Information, and Coordination in on-site Investigation of Disaster Affected Areas etc…

  • Challenges in Coordination


Coordination with Local Governments in Disaster Management

  • Framework for Coordination between NGIA and Local Government (Local Disaster Management Offices etc)

  • Examples on Coordination Efforts in Disaster Response Activities at each Stage of Disaster Cycle

    (ex) Examples on Sharing Geospatial Information, Sharing Disaster Related Information, and Coordination in on-site Investigation of Disaster Affected Areas etc…

  • Challenges in Coordination


Coordination with the Private Sectors in Disaster Management

  • Framework for Coordination between NGIA and the Private Sectors

  • Examples on Coordination Efforts in Disaster Response Activities at each Stage of Disaster Cycle

    (ex) Examples on Sharing Geospatial Information, Sharing Disaster Related Information, and Coordination in on-site Investigation of Disaster Affected Areas etc…

  • Challenges in Coordination


Coordination with Universities/Academic Institutions and NPOs (Volunteers, Citizens etc..)

  • Framework for Coordination between NGIA and Universities/Academic Institutions and NPOs (Volunteers, Citizens etc...)

  • Examples on Coordination Efforts in Disaster Response Activities at each Stage of Disaster Cycle

    (ex) Examples on Sharing Geospatial Information, Sharing Disaster Related Information, and Coordination in on-site Investigation of Disaster Affected Areas etc…

  • Challenges in Coordination

    (ex) Challenges in Utilizing Volunteered Geographic Information (Reliability, Quality etc…)


Challenges and Efforts in Disaster Management Coordination with Related Organizations

  • Current Status of Disaster Related Information Sharing by using Geospatial Information Services (Geoportals etc)

  • Challenges in Sharing Disaster Related Information

  • Recommendations on Desirable Sharing, Provision, and PR Services ofInformation with the Other Relevant Organizations.


Recommendations on the Activities of UN-GGIM-AP WG2 on Data Sharing and Integration for Disaster Management

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Measures taken by NGIA in relation to the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) Priority 2

  • Status of the Development and Dissemination of Risk Maps (Hazard Maps) Necessary for Disaster Risk Assessment

  • Coordination and Challenges with other Related Organizations in Developing and Disseminating Maps

  • Dissemination and Advocacy Activities for Map Users and its Challenges


Measures taken by NGIA in relation to the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) Priority 5

  • Current Status of the Use of Geospatial Information in Disaster Drills at National and Regional Levels and the Role of NGIA

  • Current Status of the Use of Geospatial Information in Disaster Drills in NGIA

  • Disaster Prevention Educations Conducted by NGIA


Recommendations to the 3rd World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR)

  • (ex) Recommendation related to the Importance of Geospatial Information in Disaster Management


Contact information

[Name]

[email address]

[Address]

[Phone:]


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