Date Event15th to 19th February 2021 Post-Disaster Economic Recovery and Sustainable Livelihood Restoration
22nd to 26th March 2021 Post-Disaster Economic Recovery and Sustainable Livelihood Restoration
Click to Register: Physical class USD 800
Contact us: email: [email protected] or Cell phone (+254 759 285 295)
This training aims to enhance the capacities of humanitarian workers and practitioners in designing, implementing and evaluating Sustainable Livelihoods and Economic Recovery programmes based on disaster risk reduction and Sustainable Development principles. There is a growing recognition of the need to implement sustainable development activities after disaster and emergencies as part of economic recovery programs. This course provides the techniques and means to do so which are often not known to those responsible for post-disaster recovery. The training intends to bridge this gap by building the capacities of practitioners in the design and implementation of post-disaster economic recovery programs/interventions that integrate Sustainable Development Goals and Disaster Risk Reduction. It will improve their understanding of livelihood diversification, skills training, etc. and also provide them with tools which can facilitate decision making related to economic recovery that result in sustainable livelihoods and economies by:
Enhancing the resilience of communities to future climatic change events;
Creating a stronger infrastructure;
Strengthening institutions against the eventualities of climate change; and
Enabling sustainable recovery.
Participants of the training will contribute to building capacities of respective communities in recovering effectively from disasters and building resilience of affected communities in the long-term.
To introduce participants to the need of reducing future humanitarian interventions including reducing the scale and embark on development to attain development goals
Towards this end, the training will discuss the following:
Models of Economic Recovery;
The design and conduct of Post-Disaster Impact Assessments;
Different Livelihoods Interventions capable of addressing assessment outcomes;
Tools and Mechanisms for Resource Mobilization to support recovery programming; and
Data Collection, Tools, and Indicators for Monitoring and Evaluation.
Understanding Disaster, Economic Recovery and Sustainable Livelihood Restoration
The concept of disaster, elements at risk, disaster risk reduction, sustainable development
Core principles of disaster, disaster risk reduction, sustainable development
Basic concepts: Disaster and disaster risk management
Linkages between Early Recovery, Vulnerability Reduction and Disaster Risk Reduction
Assessing the economic impacts of a disaster
Small business assistance and industry recovery (health)
Emergency employment, cash for work and start-up grants to recapitalize local businesses;
Debris management, access and rebuilding infrastructure;
Local governance support, strengthening local government capacity for relief and recovery planning
Coordination and implementation, improving the capacity for local risk management.
Development of recovery networks
Infrastructure and building back better communities
community recovery committees and training
Individual, community and organizational preparedness
Community-Based Preparedness Committee
Tools for designing Sustainable Development strategies and roadmaps
Needs assessments and costing
Monitoring Development: setting indicators
Strategic planning for disaster recovery
Proactive disaster risk management
This training can also be customized for your institution upon request. You can also have it delivered your preferred location.
For further inquiries, please contact us through Mobile: (+254 759 285 295) or Email: [email protected]
Participants should be reasonably proficient in English. During the trainings, participants should come with their own laptops.
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Payment should be transferred to FineResults Research Services account through bank on or before C.O.B. 11th February 2021
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We also provide application-oriented and field-based consultancy services in all aspects of research and evaluations from inception to completion. This includes research designs, designing monitoring and evaluations systems, technical reviews, programme evaluations, questionnaire validation, data collection, data capture, data analysis and report writing. FineResults Research Services is a limited company incorporated under the laws of Kenya. Its head office is in Nairobi Kenya.
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