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close this bookDisaster and Development - Trainer's Guide - 1st edition (Disaster Management Training Programme, 57 p.)
View the documentTRAINER'S GUIDE
View the documentTHE BASICS
View the documentTHE SPECIFICS: Disasters and development
close this folderINTRODUCTION (15 minutes)
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close this folderPART ONE: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DISASTERS AND DEVELOPMENT (45 minutes)
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View the document8. Vulnerability can vary based on local economic conditions
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close this folderPART TWO: UNDERSTANDING AND EXPLOITING DISASTER/DEVELOPMENT LINKAGES (45 minutes)
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View the document12. Impact of disasters on development programs
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View the document15. Large scale development projects
View the document16. Development programs can increase vulnerability
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View the document18. Development programs can decrease vulnerability
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View the document20. Disasters provide opportunities for development initiatives
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View the document22. Recovery programs can reduce vulnerability and promote development
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close this folderPARTS THREE AND FOUR: ASSESSING TRADE-OFFS IN INVESTING IN VULNERABILITY REDUCTION AND FORGING THE LINKS BETWEEN DISASTER AND DEVELOPMENT(45 minutes)
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View the document26. Comparing development investments
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View the document28. Estimating losses, costs and benefits
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View the document32. Role of the UN and NGOs
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View the document35. Involving the affected community
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15. Large scale development projects


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Use this overhead only if the group has difficulty in identifying large scale development projects in response to OH 13.

1. Irrigation, rural infrastructure and agricultural services for yield increases
2. Forest resource management projects
3. Restructuring of National Agricultural Credit Bank
4. Integrated Rural Development Projects (IRDP)
5. Improvements in far-access roads, training and diversification of agricultural production
6. Education planning
7. Strengthen of national electric power program
8. Restructuring of enterprises with export orientation
9. Technical and marketing support for industry
10. Malaria control projects
11. Strengthen urban food distribution systems
12. Credit and technical assistance for small enterprises
13. Institution building assistance to ministries of transport
14. Transport sector adjustment and investment credit.