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close this bookCoordinating Among International Organizations in Complex Emergencies (Trainer's Guide, Draft 1st Edition) (Complex Emergency Training Initiative - Disaster Management Training Programme, 80 p.)
close this folderPART 3: COORDINATION MECHANISM IN THE FIELD (1 HOUR)
View the document35. Session Three: Learning objectives
View the document36. Government and local authorities
View the document37. Coordination of the UN system in-country
View the document38. UN Disaster Management Team (UN DMT)
View the document39. Special Representative of the Secretary-General
View the document40. Designated Official for Security
View the document41. DHA coordination mechanisms - Primary functions
View the document42. DHA coordination mechanisms - Auxiliary functions
View the document43. UN Coordination Units
View the document44. Coordination in the Peacekeeping Forces office
View the document45. Other coordinating bodies
View the document46. “Integrated Operations Center”
View the document47. DHA/DPKO/DPA cooperation
View the document48. Use of military and civil defense assets in complex emergencies
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35. Session Three: Learning objectives


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Lead the group through the proposed learning objectives for this session. Ask if there are other related objectives which participants would like to have highlighted before beginning the presentation.

This session is designed to help you understand:


the various ways that coordination mechanisms are organized

the designation of coordination leadership

the responsibilities of the various members of a coordination mechanism