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Water and Sanitation Specialised Training. COURSE INTRODUCTION. Disaster Management statistics. 90 years experience 2289 emergency appeals in 159 countries since 1919. National to international disaster response. 1 in 4 operations receives support from DREF.

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disaster management statistics
Disaster Management statistics

90 years experience

2289 emergency appeals in 159 countries since 1919

national to international disaster response
National to international disaster response

1 in 4 operations receives support from DREF

course introduction1
Goal: To promote and develop the Regional Disaster Response Team’s skills, capacity and role in Water and Sanitation Emergency Response thereby effectively and efficiently assisting the most vulnerableCourse Introduction
To enhance the Federation’s emergency responsecapacity in Asia Pacific in the Water and Sanitation sector;

To train RDRT participants from Asia Pacific and increase their technical skills and knowledge in Water and Sanitation;

To enhance RDRTs knowledge on global water and sanitation response tools;

To train participants to work as a Red Cross team

To harmonize cooperation and coordination skills with global response tools and other Movement components and external partners

Course Norms
  • Respect to diversity of opinions and maintain confidentiality
  • Equal status – Titles does not apply
  • Dynamic Participation and Acceptance of Leadership Role
  • Commence and Conclude Promptly
  • Speak Clearly and with Clarity
  • Program as a Guide
  • Questions from the participants is highly expected
  • High Tolerance for Ambiguity
  • Laptops/internet/mobile phone