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Objectives: Development and implementation of Disaster Risk Management (DRM) National Actions Plans (NAP) for Pacific ACP countries._x000D_
Objectives: The outcome of the application of this mainstreaming guideline is to enhance regional and national efforts to mainstream hazard risk considerations into national planning and budgeting systems. The guideline will consist of identified processes and tools to facilitate mainstreaming.
Objectives: The reporting tool will enhance understanding of the nature and extent to which Pacific countries are supporting the implementation of the Regional DRM Framework which was endorsed by Pacific leaders in October 2005._x000D_
Objectives: A guideline to assist Pacific countries to plan and undertake disaster awareness activities._x000D_
Objectives: This involves the finalisation of the new national arrangements and supporting legislation which was initially drafted in 2006._x000D_
Implementation of Comprehensive Hazard and Risk Management in Pacific Countries Contact: Mosese Sikivou
Objectives: Comprehensive Hazard and Risk Management or CHARM is a decision making tool that has been developed to assist the process of mainstreaming disaster risk management on an ‘all hazards’ basis across the region and to improve the capacity of individual Pacific island nations and communities to reduce their vulnerability and manage disasters when they occur. _x000D_
A web portal and database system to support DRM capacity building through the provision of relevant data and information management.
Inaugural Pacific Regional Disaster Risk Management Meeting for Pacific CEOs of Finance/Planning and Disaster Management
Objectives: In light however of the need to ensure an improved effort to address disaster risk reduction, the Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission (SOPAC) working with other partner organisations have advocated quite extensively for the involvement of the upper echelon within the various Public Service jurisdictions in the Pacific in terms of ensuring that risk considerations are given a greater prominence in planning and budgeting systems within Government and at each level within the national economy. _x000D_
Objectives: The major objective of the Navua project is to strengthen local level risk management by building linkages between local government and risk sensitive community, improving preparedness mechanisms of communities and reducing flood risk in the Navua region._x000D_
Objectives: The PDRMP-2 aims to improve the capacity and performance of local and national disaster management agencies, develop and adapt training materials relevant to the region, and strengthen the capacity of South Pacific nations to organise and conduct disaster management courses.