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Strategies for transitional settlement and reconstruction. Carlo Gherardi , Isabelle de Muyser -Boucher Shelter Centre . Contents of this presentation. Scope of presentation Previous editions References Achievements Main book structure Stakeholder approach

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Strategies for transitional settlement and reconstruction

Carlo Gherardi, Isabelle de Muyser-Boucher Shelter Centre

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Contents of this presentation

Scope of presentation

Previous editions

References

Achievements

Main book structure

Stakeholder approach

Introduction

Coordination

Strategy

Assessment

Implementation

Post-disaster response strategy

Case studies

Feedback form

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1. Scope of presentation

What is the purpose of this presentation?

Participated in the review process though Shelter Meetings

Value

Inter-Agency Standing

Committee (IASC)

Clusters

Camp Coordination and Camp

Management

Early Recovery

Emergency Shelter

Logistics Water Sanitation and

Hygiene

Protection

Humanitarian bi-lateral

and multi-lateral donors

DFID CHAD-OT

ECHO

JICA

SDC/HA

Swiss Solidarity

USAID/OFDA

World Bank

United Nations bodies

UNDP

UN-Habitat

UNHCR

UNICEF

  • Camp Coordinator
  • and Camp Management
  • Early Recovery
  • IFRC
  • IOM
  • UNDP

CRS

EWB UK

FinnChurchAid

Habitat for Humanity International

Handicap International

Islamic Relief

Medair International

MSF (International, Belgium,

Netherlands, Switzerland)

Muslim Aid

NRC

Oxfam GB

Practical Action

Premire Urgence

ProAct Network

RedR

Save the Children Fund UK

The Sphere Project

Terre des Hommes Lausanne

World Vision

UN/ISDR

UNITAR/UNOSAT

UN/OCHA

UNRWA

International

organisations

IOM

Red Cross / Red Crescent

Movement

ICRC

IFRC

Red Cross National Societies

(American, British, German,

Jamaican, Netherlands)

Non-governmental

organisations

ASF

Bioforce

CAFOD

CARE International

Caritas (Austria, Switzerland)

CartONG

CHF

COHRE

Cordaid

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2. Previous editions

This version of SAD is a revision based on the following documents

Shelter After Disaster, UNDRO, 1982

guidelines that presented the consensus on good practice in humanitarian shelter response at the time

Exploring key changes and developments in post-disaster settlement, shelter and housing, UN/OCHA, 2006

scoping study to inform the revision of ‘Shelter After Disaster’

Transitional settlement and reconstruction after natural disasters, Field Edition’, UN/OCHA, 2008

substantially revised guidelines produced through extensive consultation with a dedicated peer review group

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3. References

Key points of the guidelines reflected in the following 3 publications

Safer Homes, Stronger Communities: a Handbook for Reconstructing After Natural Disasters, World Bank, 2010

Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response, Sphere Project, 2004

Urban shelter guidelines: Assistance in urban areas to populations affected by humanitarian crises, NRC and Shelter Centre, 2010

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4. Achievements

  • How is this publication different?
  • it is a revised version of previous publications
  • it has been edited and restructured
  • user friendly and concise
  • ‘sector’ instead of ‘cluster’ approach in the
  • guidelines
  • How to use this publication?
  • 4 main chapters
  • 4 complementary toolkits
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5. Main book structure

1. Coordination

T1 Coordination

2. Strategy

T2 Strategy

3. Assessment

T3 Assessment

4. Implementation

T4 Implementation

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6. Stakeholder approach

  • Affected populations
  • Government
  • Coordinating agencies
  • Implementing agencies
  • Donors and International Financial Institutions
  • Private sector
  • National security forces and International peacekeepers
  • Academia
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7. Introduction

Diagram ii ,

Introduction

The return

and recovery of the displaced and

non-displaced happening in parallel phases

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8. Coordination

  • continues throughout the response to a disaster
  • develops a single sector strategy
  • flexible and adaptable to offer appropriate support
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8. Coordination

Diagram 1.3,

Chapter 1

Example framework for coordination including the shelter sector coordination body

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9. Strategy

  • practical, simple and can be developed
  • throughout the response
  • government and all other agencies should agree
  • short and long term reconstruction
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9. Strategy

Diagram 2.1,

Chapter 2

Suggested planning activities used by all stakeholders in disaster response

This strategy is based on CommonHumanitarian Action Plan (CHAP)

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10. Assessment

  • 4 stages:preliminary, rapid, joint, monitoring and
  • evaluation
  • who, what and where
  • hazards and risks
  • livelihoods and building damage
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The four stages of the assessment process

10. Assessment

Diagram 3.1,

Chapter 3

The 4 stages of the assessment process

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11. Implementation

  • delivering the objectives outlined in the strategy
  • affected population receives assistance
  • flexible  with the needs of the affected population
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12.Post-disasterresponsestrategy

Diagram 4.1,

Chapter 4

Post-disaster response strategy

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12.Post-disasterresponsestrategy

Diagram 4.1,

Chapter 4

Post-disaster response strategy scenario 1:

Indirectly affected population

18 Assistance methods

Livelihood recovery

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12.Post-disasterresponsestrategy

Diagram 4.1,

Chapter 4

Post-disaster response strategy scenario 2:

Non-displaced population

18 Assistance methods

Reconstruction with managed risk

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12.Post-disasterresponsestrategy

Diagram 4.1,

Chapter 4

Post-disaster response strategy scenario 3:

Displaced population

18 Assistance methods

Durable solutions

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12.Post-disasterresponsestrategy

Diagram 4.1,

Chapter 4

Displaced population

after reaching durable solutions phase:

Transitional reconstruction

18 Assistance methods

Reconstruction with managed risk

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13. Case studies

  • Mozambique floods, 2000
  • Haiti earthquake, 2010
  • Indian ocean tsunami, 2004
  • Yogyakarta earthquake, 2006
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14. Feedback form

Participated in the review process though Shelter Meetings

Value

Inter-Agency Standing

Committee (IASC)

Clusters

Camp Coordinator and Camp

Management

Early Recovery

Emergency Shelter

Logistics Water Sanitation and

Hygiene

Protection

Humanitarian bi-lateral

and multi-lateral donors

DFID CHAD-OT

ECHO

JICA

SDC/HA

Swiss Solidarity

USAID/OFDA

World Bank

United Nations bodies

UNDP

UN-Habitat

UNHCR

UNICEF

  • Camp Coordinator
  • and Camp Management
  • Early Recovery
  • IFRC
  • IOM
  • UNDP

CRS

EWB UK

FinnChurchAid

Habitat for Humanity International

Handicap International

Islamic Relief

Medair International

MSF (International, Belgium,

Netherlands, Switzerland)

Muslim Aid

NRC

Oxfam GB

Practical Action

Premire Urgence

ProAct Network

RedR

Save the Children Fund UK

The Sphere Project

Terre des Hommes Lausanne

World Vision

UN/ISDR

UNITAR/UNOSAT

UN/OCHA

UNRWA

International

organisations

IOM

Red Cross / Red Crescent

Movement

ICRC

IFRC

Red Cross National Societies

(American, British, German,

Jamaican, Netherlands)

Non-governmental

organisations

ASF

Bioforce

CAFOD

CARE International

Caritas (Austria, Switzerland)

CartONG

CHF

COHRE

Cordaid

?

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14. Feedback form

There are two questions on this publication on your feedback form:

2.1.1 Do you find the revision of 'Shelter after disaster'

guidelines valuable?

2.1.2 How many copies would you like?

Please don’t forget to fill in your feedback form and return it to a Project Assistant assistant before leaving