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THE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER; DEPT OF DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND MANAGEMENT Presentation to the Inter Governmental Panel on Climate Change. Kagoda Jacqueline Disaster Management Officer Office of the Prime Minister. Mission And Objective.

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    1. THE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER; DEPT OF DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND MANAGEMENT Presentation to the Inter Governmental Panel on Climate Change. Kagoda Jacqueline Disaster Management Officer Office of the Prime Minister

    2. Mission And Objective • Mission: To create an effective framework through which disasters preparedness & MGT is entrenched in all aspects development processes, focussing on saving lives, livelihoods & resources • Goal: To establish institutions & mechanisms that will reduce the vulnerability of the people & their property to disasters

    3. Guiding Principles of DDP&M. • Any policy sets guiding principles upon which implementation is premised, for this policy they include in summary: -Using a multi sectoral approach -Community participation in DRR -Public awareness -Use of adequate expertise & technology -Vulnerability analysis -Observance of human rights -Consideration of climate change - Maintaining partnerships & coordination in DRR

    4. Key coordination structures National: -OPM is the Central Coordinating Ministry on Disasters. -Inter- Agency Technical Working Group (Disaster Risk Reduction Platform) chaired by CDPM on behalf of PS. NB. Parliament has a role to play in implementing the policy. We have a Parliamentary Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction. Local: • District Disaster Policy Committee (DDPC) • District- District Disaster Committees (DDMCs) • Sub-county- S/C Disaster mgt committee (SDMCs) • Village Disaster Mgt committees (VDMC)

    5. Progress of DDP&M • Policies such as the IDP, DPM and draft Peace Policy. • Monthly meeting of the DRR and Peace platform. • Cabinet S/C on emergencies under the Rt. Hon. 2nd Dep. PM; essential towards relocation of communities at high risk in Elgon sub region. • Archiving Disaster data through the Des Inventor. • Capacity Building; BCP training for key sectors such as Education, Health, Water etc.

    6. Cont’d • Provision of Relief and Non Food Items to affected communities, in addition to Food security assessments. • DDMC and Contingency Planning Training for some districts.

    7. What is being Implemented • Further DDMC and Contingency Planning training. • Multi hazard risk and vulnerability mapping of the different regions. • Resettlement of Bennet Community and communities at risk of landslides in Elgon. • Emergency Simulation training on Floods and refugees planned for this year. • Early Warning Systems especially for floods together with MET & UCC. Survey being done in Butaleja. • NECOC is being equipped with the DRM comprehensive hardware and software such as Arc GIS, Modellingsoftwares on climate related risks such as floods etc. • Country Programming Paper to end Drought Resilience in partnership with MAAIF is underway. • International DRR and Peace Day Celebrations are being planned.

    8. Challenges • Limited level of mainstreaming of DRR into the respective sector plans and budgets at all levels. • Inadequate understanding of the approach to disasters. i.e. prevention, mitigation and prevention (proactive) should be the focus as opposed to response (reactionary). • Inadequate resources. • Lack of a contingency fund. • Inadequate early warning systems. Sometimes the information is not accurate; it comes very late to allow early planning/preparedness.

    9. THANK YOU