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Disaster Risk Governance in Context of COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
52:09
Welcome Everyone to the Asia-Pacific IDDRR Webinar: Disaster Risk Governance in Context of COVID-19
Jarred Martin Clarianes
53:03
Good afternoon from the Philippines!
Dr HK Das
54:46
Hi all.. Good afternoon...me, dr hk das , consultant in public health , India.
Burnice Karimi Ireri
54:54
Burnice Karimi Ireri from Kenya. Thank you for the invitation.
Rajendra Kumar
55:05
Hi everyone! Rajendra here from GRAVIS India.
Felix Echavaria Jr
55:13
Good afternoon from Mogpog, Marinduque!
Khin Win
55:59
Good Afternoon to all from Dr. Khin Maung Win President of CDA Myanmar
Trina Aspuria
56:02
Good afternoon everyone. Trina, Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation.
Voltaire Victoria
56:16
A safe and pleasant afternoon to all from MediCard Foundation, Philippines! :-)
hazel jovita
57:12
Good afternoon. Hazel Jovita, Center for Local Governance - MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology, Iligan City, Philippines
Joe Louis Gajutos
58:17
Good afternoon! Joe Louis B. Gajutos, Local DRRM Officer, LGU Mapanas, Northern Samar
Welfredo Dalumpines
58:22
Greetings from
Loy Rego
01:00:06
Good afternoon. Happy 30th IDRR Day. Loy Rego from MARS Practitioners Network
Philip Talay
01:00:59
Good afternoon everyone! Attending from CBSUA, Bicol, Philippines.
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:01:04
Happy 30th IDRR Day from Department of Trade & Industry Bukidnon Provincial Office, Malaybalay, Bukidnon, Region 10, Mindanao, Philippines.
Tessa Espinas Salinas
01:01:31
Good afternoon! ~ Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth)
OPFM Occ. Mdo
01:01:41
Good Afternoon from Sablayan Fire Station, Occidental Mindoro
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:03:34
Welcome Everyone to the Asia-Pacific IDDRR Webinar: Disaster Risk Governance in Context of COVID-19If you have questions to the panelists please post them in the Q&A Box
Joshua Kazingmei
01:04:03
Hello everyone
Anubhav Singh
01:04:35
yeah sure Mr. tejas
Rosalia Smaldone
01:04:37
Hello everybody!Good IDDR!
FERNAN JAMBALOS
01:04:48
good afternoon everyone, from Calapan City Fire Station, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines
Aya Miyazaki
01:04:58
Good morning from UNESCO office in Lima.
Arnel Pagcaliwagan
01:05:38
good afternoon everyone, from Pola Fire Station, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines
Dr. Youb Raj Paudyal
01:05:38
Good afternoon from National Reconstruction Authority, Government of Nepal
Candido III Golez
01:06:29
hello everyone from DepEd SDO Iloilo City.
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:06:44
Greetings from Bukidnon Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Region 10, Mindanao, Philippines.
Jonas Cordova Gomez
01:06:55
Good afternoon from Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Jay Abawag
01:07:02
Hi everyone! attending from Institute for Environmental Conservation and Research (INECAR) - Ateneo de Naga University, Bicol, Philippines
Kiritkumar Parmar
01:07:09
Greetings from UNNATI, Ahmedabad, India
Damdin Davgadorj
01:07:21
Greetings from the Climate Change and Development Academy of Mongolia
Muhammad Tahir Ud Din
01:07:33
Good Morning everyone! I hope everyone is safe and motivated from National Disaster Management Authority, Pakistan
Loy Rego
01:07:42
Mami and Animesh, how are we doing on Target e in Asia Pacific? how many of our 63 countries have national strategies? How many of these are good n actionable strategies? And how are we doing on subnational and local strategies? what is our target for AP ? How many have been established?
Rosalia Smaldone
01:08:07
Attending from Province of Potenza-Italy.Greetings from the Province
Rommel Gaquit
01:08:12
hello everyone from PDRRMO Camarines norte
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:09:16
I agree with you, Sir CB, leadership is very important if not the most important factor in DRRM.
Umesh Verma
01:10:18
Here Ind Europe but control and governance is not so mucn India spread is similar like USA and governance is not so impressive and worth remarks.what should UN and WHO shoul take up?
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:10:27
Yes, POLITICAL WILL!
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:11:03
Dear attendees, if you have questions to Mr. Christophe Bahuet, please post them in the Q&A Box
ALESSIA ANIBALDI
01:11:59
where can the report be found?
Beata Janowczyk
01:12:59
Greetings from Poland
Loy Rego
01:13:55
Christophe, thanks for your explaining your new role as the co chair of the after being in Indonesia for 5 years. Do share your thoughts on how are we doing on Target e in Asia Pacific? how many of our 63 countries have national strategies? How many of these are good n actionable strategies? And how are we doing on subnational and local strategies? what is our target for AP ? How many have been established?
Dany Oliveira
01:14:03
Here is the report mentioned - Recovering from COVID-19: Lessons from past disasters in Asia and the Pacific: https://bit.ly/3iBMnDB
Mr Christophe Bahuet (UNDP)
01:15:33
Financing needs to be better risk informed, innovative and diversified. Links to new instruments being developed in green financing, impact investments, etc.
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:16:19
Please do not use this Chat Box for questions to the panelists. Kindly post your questions in the Q&A Box.
Melissa Matthews
01:17:38
Greetings from Australia! Here is our National Disaster Risk Reduction Framework, which is informed by a systemic risk approach: https://knowledge.aidr.org.au/resources/national-disaster-risk-reduction-framework/
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:18:49
This PPT will be made available at: https://www.undrr.org/event/asia-pacific-iddrr-webinar-disaster-risk-governance-context-covid-19
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:21:47
If you have questions for Mr. Kamal Kishore please post them in the Q&A box.
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:22:48
Thanks Mr. Kamal: multiple levels of leadership.
Umesh Verma
01:25:01
we are from Bihar India Mr Animesh and kamal kishore we need goverance from Government and agencies level
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:25:19
Welcome, Ms. Vasiti Soko.
Maylyn Pagatpatan
01:26:43
Good afternoon everyone. If I may share that here in the Philippines, there are on-going initiatives on Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DiDRR) to ensure that persons with disabiities are not left behind and taking meaningful participation in the planning and implementation of DRRM in their respective localities. And during this pandemic, some organizations of persons with disabilities actively participated in the emergency response and recovery while strictly observing health protocols to cause no harm... Thank you very much and keep safe .
Dr. Anand Pal
01:26:58
Good afternoon everyoneGreetings to all panelists and attendees from India
Onkar Puri, Advisor (Disaster Management)
01:28:21
will you guys be issuing Certificates
Umesh Verma
01:29:00
Madam Vastiti Ur country is very much prone to seismicity and tsunami .why dont have u set up international Network against the alert warning sysyteem to mitihgate the issues
Burnice Karimi Ireri
01:29:29
Writing from Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya.
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:29:56
If you have questions for Ms. Vasiti Soko please post them in the Q&A box
Burnice Karimi Ireri
01:29:57
Treetops, Egerton University, Njoro,Kenya
Jessica Dator Bercilla
01:30:48
Archipelagic countries in Asia Pacific can certainly learn from Fiji. Thank you
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:32:13
Welcome, fellow Filipino.
Ravindra Lal Mul
01:33:56
Good afternoon everyoneGreetings to all panelists and attendees from Nepal
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:37:42
If you have questions...now is the time! Please post them in the Q&A Box
ABDULLAH AL ARIF
01:38:19
Good Noon from Bangladesh. Government Bangladesh is celebrating IDDRR-2020 and our Inaugural session just completed. Hon’ble Prime Minister in her concluding speech emphasised the need of whole-of-society approach in combating disaster especially pandemic like COVID-19.
ABDULLAH AL ARIF
01:39:50
Bangladesh had to face super cyclone Aphan and 5 times floods in different parts of the country amidst devastating COVID-19
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:41:41
Bye Ms. Mizutori and keep safe!
Lory Noquera
01:42:36
Good Afternoon! Greetings from Schools Division of Iloilo City , Philippines! Thank you very much.
Maylyn Pagatpatan
01:44:28
Hi Ana, thank you for sharing the link. I will appreciate if you can also email me some references through. My email is maylyn.pagatpatan@cbm.org. Again, thank you very much.
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:48:31
Kindly post your questions to the panelists in the Q&A box
Umesh Verma
01:52:27
connection is disrrupted sorry
Rosalia Smaldone
01:53:40
Thank you for this great webinar.Good bye everybody.Stay safe!
Amnah Awam
01:53:54
thank you
Maylyn Pagatpatan
01:54:07
Thank you very much. This is a very interesting webinar as well as challenging.
joselito capinpin
01:54:10
thank you all.
Eriberto Taban-ud
01:54:21
Thanks to UNDRR for this webinar. Bye to all and do KEEP SAFE!
Joe Louis Gajutos
01:54:46
Thank you for the opportunity.
Ethel Villodres
01:54:46
Thank you UNDRR.
Dr. Youb Raj Paudyal
01:54:48
Thank you all. It is a great webinar indeed!
Paulo Belo
01:54:54
Thank you All Panelists
Mary Josephine Baylon
01:54:58
Thank you.
Mujiburrahman Thontowi
01:54:59
thank you
Tejas Tamobhid Patnaik
01:54:59
Thank you all for joining!