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CONNECTING AND PREPARING THE COMMUNITY TO LIMIT THE EFFECTS OF A DISASTER CONNECTING AND PREPARING THE COMMUNITY TO LIMIT THE EFFECTS OF A DISASTER Dr Barbara Carby The Cayman Islands at Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation Conference September 2006, Jamaica Engaging the Community For Preparedness and Mitigation Strategies for the Pre-technology Stage Engaging the Community CONTEXT Level 1 Individual Level 2 Family Level 3 Community Level 4 Regional (State/Parish/District) Level 5 National Level 6 Global Engaging the Community Leads to a preparedness continuum Individual Regional Community Family Global (Hyogo Framework) National Engaging the Community FOR SUCCESSFUL NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS ALL LEVELS AND COMMUNITIES NEED TO BE ENGAGED Engaging Communities NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS, MITIGATION PROGRAMMES Political Academic Private Sector Towns, Villages Professional Schools International Engaging the Community DIVERSE COMMUNITIES WHAT ARE COMMONALITIES IN APPROACHES? (...) Whatever the community – their knowledge is valued Engaging the Community 2. (...) Recognise complexities – the simplest approach may not be the most effective long term solution For example – Tourism community – can intervention go beyond “What do we do with tourists in an event” to “How can we site and design this hotel so that tourists are safe during an event” Engaging the Community Summary Disaster Management professionals must engage multiple communities to ensure adequate preparedness for and reduction of impact of disasters Engaging the Community Summary Diverse communities will require a diversity of approaches, however there are commonalities which can guide all interventions Engaging the Community Summary Interventions should ultimately reduce vulnerability and build capacity and resilience CONNECTING AND PREPARING THE COMMUNITY TO LIMIT THE EFFECTS OF A DISASTER Engaging the CommunityFor Preparedness and Mitigation Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging Communities Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community Engaging the Community
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Score: 266881.96 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/E...0CTO%202006%20Preparedness.pdf
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ACCESS OF COMMUNITY BROADCASTING TO PRIVATE SOURCES OF FUNDING AND SUPPORT AT A GLANCE ~ Sustainable private sources of funding are a lifeblood for most community broadcasters. ~ Community broadcasters should be free to access commercial sources of funding, whether from within the community or more widely. ~ It is legitimate to impose limits on the amount of advertising, in particular, but these should not discriminate against community broadcasters. (...) Support from the community A key source of support for many community broadcasters is volunteers from the commu- nity. (...) Community broadcasters should be required to be financially accountable to their communities, for example by making financial reporting information avail- able to the community and by involving members of the community in the financial management of their stations.
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Score: 266470 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...olicy_6_commercial_funding.pdf
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Score: 266299.24 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/view/countries/GB.html
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Community broadcasters can be seen as part of a wider concept of community media which also in- cludes community newspapers and community online facilities. (...) It is also inherent in the idea of community broadcasting that it serves the community. (...) This can be a bit of a chicken and egg conundrum, since it can be difficult to engage a community before showing the community the benefits of community broadcasting, but a broadcaster may not be recognised as a community broadcaster if the community is not sufficiently engaged. 4.
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Score: 266017 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...nability_policy_1_defining.pdf
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Natural Resources Management and Environment Department - Communication for Development home about the department français español Research and Extension Unit (NRRR) Communication for Development Home Publications and Resources BROWSE for Communication for Development documents in the SD-Dimensions archive (1996-2006) Rural Radio Related sites The World Congress on Communication for Development International Institute for Communication and Development Communication Initiative   COMMUNICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT  -  PUBLICATIONS     "World Congress on Communication for Development. (...) Fighting land degradation and desertification, halting deforestation, promoting proper management of water resources and protecting biodiversity require the active participation of rural communities through communication processes. " The state of communication for development in Niger – Volumes 1 and 2 " This two-volume publication addresses communication for development in Niger. (...) Communication for Development CD-ROM This Communication for Development CD-ROM contains a selection of publications covering a wide range of topics related to communication for development in many countries.
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Score: 265921.85 - https://www.fao.org/nr/com/com_pub_en.htm
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Date Statement CSD-18 Access statements by clicking here CSD-17 May 15, 2009 Closing Statement by Scientific and Technological Community May 12, 2009 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community during the Multi-stakholder Dialogue Segment May 4, 2009 Statement by Gisbert Glaser, International Council for Science (ICSU) on Behalf of Scientific and Technological Community CSD-17 IPM February 27, 2009 Closing Statement by Scientific and Technological Community February 26, 2009 Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on Africa Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Desertification February 25, 2009 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Drought Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Land February 24, 2009 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Rural Development February 23, 2009 Statement made by Scientific and Technological Community during the Multi-stakeholder Dialogue CSD-16 May 16, 2008 Closing statement by the Scientific Technological Community May 15, 2008 Statement by Scientific & Technological Community at the Ministerial multi-stakeholder dialogue May 14, 2008 Statement by WFEO's President at the Ministerial roundtable on by the Investing in Africa to achieve Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development May 12, 2008 Statement by Scientific & Technological Community on SIDS May 9, 2008 Statement by Dr Lindiwe Majele Sibanda on Africa   Statement by Scientific & Technological Community at the multi-stakeholder dialogue with major groups and partnerships May 8, 2008 Statement by Mr. James Hansen, International Research Institute for Climate and Society on drought and desertification May 7, 2008 Statement by Scientific & Technological Community on agriculture and rural development May 6, 2008 Statement by Mr. James Hansen, International Research Institute for Climate and Society on drought   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on rural development   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community at the multi-stakeholder dialogue May 5, 2008 Opening statement by the Scientific and Technological Community CSD-15 May 11, 2007 Closing statement by the Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community May 10, 2007 Scientific and Technological Community  contribution to the Multi-stakeholder discussions with Ministers May 2, 2007 Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on Interlinkages, cross-cutting issues and means of implementation May 1, 2007 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Industrial Development   Statement by the Scientific and  Technological Community on Climate Change Apr 30, 2007 Scientific and Technological Community contribution to the multi-stakeholder dialogue CSD-15 IPM Mar 2, 2007 Scientific and Technological Community comments on the Chair's Draft Text Feb 27,2007 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community on Air Pollution   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on Climate Change   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community on Energy for Sustainable Development   Statement by the Scientific and  Technological Community on Industrial Development Feb 26,2007 Opening Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community CSD-14 May 12, 2006 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community May 11, 2006 Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community May 8, 2006 Scientific and Technological Community - Statement on SIDS Related Energy Session May 5, 2006 Statement on behalf of the scientific and technological community   Statement by Scientific and Technological Community May 4, 2006 Statement by Scientific and Technological Community May 3, 2006 Statement  on behalf of the Scientific and Technologic Community   Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community May 2, 2006 Statement by the Scientific and Technological Community CSD-13 IPM Mar 4, 2006 Closing Statement by Scientific and Technological Community Mar 2, 2006 Scientific and Technological Community Delegation: Summary of Intervention: Sanitation   Scientific and Technological Community Delegation: Summary of Intervention: Water CSD-13 Apr 22, 2005 CSD-13 Closing Statement: By Scientific and Technological Community Apr 21, 2005 Statement by the Scientific and Technologic Community Apr 13, 2005 Official Statement   Science and Technology Community on Strengthening the monitoring and evaluation of water and sanitation services CSD-12 Apr 29, 2004 Statement by the International Council for Science (ICSU) Apr 23, 2004 Science and Technology Community Major Group Opening Statement MG Sector Information Scientific & Technological Community Documents Statements Case Studies Partnerships Declarations Organising Partners [an error occurred while processing this directive]
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Score: 265855.66 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd..._scietechcomm_statements.shtml
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An important step is to define ‘community’ which can be a geographic community and/or a community of interest. (...) Community broadcasters can be seen as part of a wider concept of community media which also includes community newspapers and community online facilities. (...) It is also inherent in the idea of community broadcasting that it serves the community.
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Score: 265841.94 - https://en.unesco.org/communit...ability/policy-series/defining
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FOR USE BY FRONT-LINE WORKERS IN LEBANON COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FIELD GUIDE June, 2017 GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT P. 2 M&D Consulting, Inc. supported the capacity building of NGO & government representatives & their frontline workers to use a community engagement (CE) approach in community-level development work. (...) GUIDELINES FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT P. 5 CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION DEFINITIONS WHAT IS COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT? (...) ASSESSMENT COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT C4D & COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION 1.
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Score: 265518.55 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/media/5746/file
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Communication with Communities: Walking the Talk Communication with Communities: Walking the Talk Putting people at the centre of humanitarian response Abstract To meet the growing needs of disaster-affected communities around the world, we must do more to truly listen to them and tailor our responses accordingly. (...) The community criticized what they saw as an over-reliance on the use of elected community officials as a communication channel. (...) Communication solely via elected community officials was not acceptable to many community members.
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Score: 265471.66 - https://www.unhcr.org/innovati...arian_CwC_PolicyPaper_2017.pdf
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Community broadcasters should be free to access commercial sources of funding , whether from within the community or more widely. (...) Finally, their relationship with the community should be an important source of support in different ways for community broadcasters.   (...) Community broadcasters should be required to be financially accountable to their communities , for example by making financial reporting information available to the community and by involving members of the community in the financial management of their stations.
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Score: 265442.63 - https://en.unesco.org/communit.../policy-series/private-funding
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