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International Training Programme – Disaster Risk Management
Managing and reducing disaster risk is central for saving lives, assets, livelihoods and sustainable development. The programme targets disaster risk management stakeholders involved in change processes at various levels.
The aim of the International Training Programme for Disaster Risk Management, ITP DRM for short, is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and their organisations to manage disaster risks. Participating organisations will, upon completion of the program, have individuals with strengthened capacities in key positions to lead organisational change for enhanced disaster risk management performance.
Gender, diversity and environment are core thematic areas for MSB as it is essential for sustainable development and thus also integrated throughout the ITP DRM.
By inviting organisations from different sectors, the participants are given the opportunity to improve and expand their networks with other actors and stakeholders in disaster risk management.
Ms. Raquel de Leon and Ms. Romina Marasigan, Office of Civil Defense, The Phillipines, presenting their change initiative dealing with identification of minimum qualification standards for disaster risk reduction and how to manage subject matter experts.
Workshop with participants in cycle 2.
Presentation of the change initiative "Planning Risk-Informed Emergency Preparedness and Response for Effective Disaster Management" by Mr. Sushil Kumar Bhandari, Ministry of Home Affairs, Nepal.
Workshop with participants in cycle 1 doing the “The fish-bone” exercise.
Expanding the network - Mr. Sushil Kumar Bhandari, Ministry of Home Affairs, cycle 1, and Ms. Bhawana Gurung,Human Development & Environment Conservation Center.
How to apply
For more information about the ITP DRM, admission requirement and application process; see the programme brochure and the Sida portal. Applications shall be submitted in the Sida portal.