Striking with no warning

   

Daw Ngwe Yin
Myo Ma Quarter, Myanmar

“I have never seen anything like this.
The noise was so awful, beyond imagination. I was praying for my life.”

Fostering multi-stakeholder cooperation

   

Mallika Nillorm Geologist,
Department of Mineral Resources, Thailand

“Commitment to collaborative action for disaster risk reduction can generate learning and improved practice for all stakeholders”

Nothing left standing

   

Peng Bann Phoukhoun Noi Village,
Lao PDR

“It all happened so quickly. Cracks appearing everywhere. What was once home is now covered with mud and sand”

Empowering the communities through multi-level approaches

   

Bousavanh Vongbounleua
Technical Officer, Department of Climate Change, Lao PDR

“The village is nestled along the foot of the hills. Access to timely information and assistance remains a challenge”

Managing disaster risk and climate change impact is fundamental for sustainable development

   

Vilayphong Sisomvang

"Director General, National Disaster Management, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, Lao PDR and Co-Chair of ACDM Working Group on Prevention and Mitigation"

Towards disaster-resilient ASEAN communities

   

Su Su Kyi

"Professor, Department of Geology, University of Yangon, Department of Climate Change, Lao PDR"

  • H.E. CHIBA Akira

    Ambassador of Japan to ASEAN

    "The Guidelines contribute to mapping of flood and landslide risks by integrating climate change impacts at river basin level. It is expected that flood and landslide risks as well as associated vulnerabilities to extreme hydrological events are identified more easily by conducting the Guidelines"

  • Phonesavanh Saysompheng

    Deputy Director, Disaster Prevention and Risk Reduction Division, Social Welfare Department, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare – Laos

    “The project is significantly important. It brings real impact and benefit to the people, the town and district, giving them knowledge, hope and awareness on disaster risk and prepares us for potential devastating future encounters.”

  • Daw Nyo Win

    Women Affairs Association Representative, Myanmar

    “I am extremely pleased to see such great involvement from the communities, and exchange among ASEAN countries. I am very grateful for this platform”

  • Phetsamone Vongsipaserth

    Phoukhoun Deputy Governor, Adviser for Disaster Management, Lao PDR

    “Though this marks the final stage of this project, the coordination and information sharing from the district to national, to ASEAN will continue. All those involved will continue to assist communities to mitigate, prepare for future disasters.”

  • Kampeuy Pimpatamong

    Village Deputy Leader, Baan Longmieng Village, Lao PDR

    “We have no advanced technology to detect or give early warning. Instead of using megaphones and speakers systems, Village heads would have to go around with their motorbike giving warnings alerts to villagers of on coming disasters.”

  • Ahmad Kakri Zaki Bin Samad

    Senior Assistant Director, National Disaster Management Agency, Malaysia

    “ASEAN DRR-CCA provides a platform for ASEAN member countries to participate and to raise awareness, share knowledge on disaster risk reduction, policies, and activities to the participating countries. For me, it is a very good platform.”

  • Lorn Trob

    Deputy Manager of KERRP, National Committee for Disaster Management, Cambodia

    “I hope that through this project, participating ASEAN countries will apply the guideline and knowledge gained. I hope there will be more future projects to provide ongoing on-site training because the fight against natural disaster and climate change will continue to grow.”


  • H.E. CHIBA Akira

    Ambassador of Japan to ASEAN

    "The Guidelines contribute to mapping of flood and landslide risks by integrating climate change impacts at river basin level. It is expected that flood and landslide risks as well as associated vulnerabilities to extreme hydrological events are identified more easily by conducting the Guidelines"

     

  • Phonesavanh Saysompheng

    Deputy Director, Disaster Prevention and Risk Reduction Division, Social Welfare Department, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare – Laos

    “The project is significantly important. It brings real impact and benefit to the people, the town and district, giving them knowledge, hope and awareness on disaster risk and prepares us for potential devastating future encounters.”

     

  • Daw Nyo Win

    Women Affairs Association Representative, Myanmar

    “I am extremely pleased to see such great involvement from the communities, and exchange among ASEAN countries. I am very grateful for this platform”

     

  • Phetsamone Vongsipaserth

    Phoukhoun Deputy Governor, Adviser for Disaster Management, Lao PDR

    “Though this marks the final stage of this project, the coordination and information sharing from the district to national, to ASEAN will continue. All those involved will continue to assist communities to mitigate, prepare for future disasters.”

     

  • Kampeuy Pimpatamong

    Village Deputy Leader, Baan Longmieng Village, Lao PDR

    “We have no advanced technology to detect or give early warning. Instead of using megaphones and speakers systems, Village heads would have to go around with their motorbike giving warnings alerts to villagers of on coming disasters.”

     

  • Ahmad Kakri Zaki Bin Samad

    Senior Assistant Director, National Disaster Management Agency, Malaysia

    “ASEAN DRR-CCA provides a platform for ASEAN member countries to participate and to raise awareness, share knowledge on disaster risk reduction, policies, and activities to the participating countries. For me, it is a very good platform.”

     

  • Lorn Trob

    Deputy Manager of KERRP, National Committee for Disaster Management, Cambodia

    “I hope that through this project, participating ASEAN countries will apply the guideline and knowledge gained. I hope there will be more future projects to provide ongoing on-site training because the fight against natural disaster and climate change will continue to grow.”

     

    ASEAN DRR-CCA

    ASEAN Project on Disaster Risk Reduction by Integrating Climate Change Projection into Flood and Landslide Risk Assessment (ASEAN DRR-CCA) is supported by the Government of Japan through the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF).

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