Mapping of organisations in Indonesia in disaster risk reduction (MOIDRR): Technical Report 1

Gwynnyth Llewellyn, Alex Robinson, Michelle Villeneuve, Sarina Kilham, Alexandra Lewis-Gargett, Wing Young Man, Filippo Dall'Osso, Pradytia Pertiwi, Cahya Wulandari, Fahrunnisaa Kadir, Citra Safitr, Wulan Wiyat Wur, Regisda Machdy Fuadhy

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This is the first Technical Report in a three part series for the two year DFAT Australian Aid funded project (2013-2015), Promoting the Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Disaster Management in Indonesia. This report details the mapping of organisations in Indonesia working in disaster risk reduction (DRR). The two year project was concerned with understanding the gaps between disability inclusive policy and practices in DRR and supporting opportunities to include people with disabilities in all phases of disaster risk management. The premise of this work was that reducing the vulnerability of people with disability during disasters is a key strategy to promote broader community resilience. The direct and practical solutions that people with disability can offer to community-level DRR activities should be a key consideration within all phases of disaster risk management. Inclusion of people with disabilities in DRR before, during, and after disasters contributes to the “whole-of-community” approach to disaster resilience advocated in contemporary policy and enacted by DRR agencies. This project was initially framed within an increasing awareness of disability inclusion in DRR globally which is now articulated in the recently issued Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 (UNDISR, 2015), and within an increasingly supportive policy environment in Indonesia
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherUniversity of Sydney
Commissioning bodyAustralian Aid - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Publication statusPublished - 2015


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