2014-2015 FLAGSHIP 4 OUTCOME STATEMENTS
All CBDRM work being undertaken in Nepal is to the agreed standard of the 9 minimum characteristics of a disaster resilient community and are mapped online.
The Government of Nepal leads community based disaster management stakeholders in the harmonization and strengthening of the district and local disaster management planning and implementation processes, including addressing capacity building, mainstreaming and knowledge management systems.
Flagship 4 is able to demonstrate the impact of the investment into community based disaster risk management in Nepal between 2011-2015.
Flagship 4 advocates and effectively coordinates CBDRM issues and stakeholders in Nepal. This includes, but is not limited to:
* supporting the coordination of stakeholders focusing on early warning systems relating to floods and landslides in Nepal, and
* mainstreaming, in coordination with Flagship 5 and Flagship 4 partners, strengthen and coordinate DRM mainstreaming work at both district and national level and
* continue to raise aware of Flagship 4 and CBDRM at district level through development partners, using the 9 minimum characteristics as a risk management tool.
Flagship 4 actively supports the advancement of work in CBDRM in Nepal, including providing direction to researchers on information gaps and considering how new research, lessons learnt and differing approaches can be integrated into CBDRM moving forward.
This includes, but is not limited to, Urban CBDRM in Nepal