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DESCRIPTIONPresentation on Adaptation learning labs by Raks Thai August 2012
- 1. CC Adaptation + CDRM Sustainable Communities Raks Thai FoundationCapacity Building Workshop on Climate Change Negotiation Process Friday 17 August 2012, at the Amari Watergate Hotel
- 2. Raks Thai Foundation 2540/1997Member of CARE InternationalProgramsNatural Resources Watershed Community Natural Resources Management Where the Rainfalls Coastal Resiliency and CC Community Disaster Risk ReductionDisaster Response & Preparedness Tsunami rehabilitation Flood response Ubon Flood response/rehabilitation Ayutthaya, Pathumthani Flood response Southern regionHealth and rights Migrant workers (HIV, TB, Malaria) Children/women living with HIV Youth HIV preventionEducation (leadership development)Women in Deep South provinces
- 3. LEARNING LAB Review/analyze Tools development Process Results Impact Case studiesCommunityAgencies, Civil societyNationalRegional (Asia)
- 4. 10 key steps on CBDRM process
- 5. Raks Thai & CS Partners Raks Thai Foundation Red Cross Thailand Environment Institution Sustainable Development Foundation Southeast Asia Regional Center of the Global Change System for Analysis, Research, and Training (START) RECOFT
- 6. Introduction to case studiesLocation of six CBDRMs in 2 sub-districts, Krabi Province Klong Prasong sub-disttrict Koh Lanta sub-disttrict
- 7. DISASTERS IN BAN KOH KLANG and PROBLEMS CAUSED TO COMMUNITY Tsunami: (2004) caused some deaths, injuries and psychosocial effects. Damages to infrastructure & livelihoods Storms: (2010)damage to agriculture & fisheries (big loss of income) Landslides: (2007) landslides on rubber plantation, 100 rubber trees lost. Roads blocked by mud and landslides Floods caused by high sea level: damages to infrastructure & houses Drought: (2009) dry wells, rubber trees died, damages to rice paddies, shortage of water for the community
- 8. Multi-hazard and compounded impacts9876 Disaster 15 Disaster 24 CC-Impact CC-Impact23 Human210 Year 1 Year 5 Year 10 Year 15 Year 20
- 9. POLITCAL SOCIALENVIRONMENT Settlement CULTURAL Infrastruc- ENVIRONMENT ture COMMUNITY Livelihood Gender & Adaptation + CDRR Rights ECONOMIC SOCIAL I+EQ ENVIRONMENT Natural ENVIRONMENT Resources
- 10. Participatory Processes Sustainability must come from within. CC response cannot be solved from outside. True participation = inclusiveness and engagement of voiceless. Participatory process may seem more expensive at beginning but is high cost effective in long term.
- 11. Networking Improves perspectives, increases resources (technical & financial), links to advocacy Formal networks with agencies that have mandates Informal networks within community and externally Quality of networks Domestic vs Remote expertise
- 12. Project activities in response to community multi-hazardsDisaster prevention and mitigation plan1. Studying on coastal resources during the dry season2. Restoration of fishery resources in local canals by installing fish- housing using local materials and improving fish breeding areas3. Awareness on effective water use and community rules on water utilization by zones.4. Training on suitable plant varieties that can reduce soil erosionDisaster preparedness and response plan1. Establishing a disaster response plan2. Establishing a community fund for environment conservation & DRR3. Signboards showing safe areas for storm surges/tsunami4. Loud-speaker tower at beach area of community (Chao-ood)5. Training on observation of natural indicative signs of hazards
- 13. Funding Community Initiatives Short term long term Who pays? How to make expenses of highest value. Equity who gets what? Who is saved?
- 14. Technical Social Scoping
- 15. Ta Klong
- 16. Thaklong KrabieAssure women areengaged.
- 17. K ledgeN ork(C K ), now etw DNThai.indd 1 5/21/12 10:45 AM
- 18. http://www.careclimatechange.org/http://www.greenforall.net/http://www.raksthai.org/www.facebook.com/raksthaifoundation
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