Integrating science and people’s knowledge on Landslide Risk Management
31 January - 3 February 2019, Uttaradit, Thailand
Thailand utilizes an integration of scientific technology with the community's skills on knowledge in landslide-related disaster risk management. It has created awareness among people who have been affected to be well prepared for future disaster.
The Philippines, one of the best examples of cooperation, coordination and participation for the flood risk management in AMS. Significance of engaging the communities, practices on planning and implementation are well shared among agencies.In Site Visit to the Philippines, we learned several achievements of the flood mitigation project Ormoc City. Such as A). Save Local People,B) Decrease Damage, C) Enhance Economic Growth, Etc.
Piloting ways to build capacity for Flood Risk Management
8-12 July 2019, Kuala Lumpur/Perlis, Malaysia
The Flood Risk Management Case Visit in Malaysia is the integral part of the capacity building component of this project. The case visit is the opportunity for participants from the ASEAN Member States to learn through direct exposure about the flood risk management in Malaysia.
The Japan case visit was part of the JAIF funded training programme for climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) integration project (October 2018-May 2020), 22 participants from nine ASEAN countries participated in the training programme. As an outcome of the training, the participants learnt about the Sabo System, integrated river management, and multi-stakeholder project on climate change projections.
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).