Implementation of the Sendai Framework on Natural Disaster Response in the Philippines 2016-2020
Implementasi Sendai Framework Terhadap Respons Bencana Alam Di Filipina Tahun 2016-2020
The Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta provides the application of the Electronic Information-Based It is undeniable, disasters can be a big threat in the field of economic, social, political, and others for the affected areas. Started from the various major disasters that occurred one of them was the Tsunami in Aceh in 2004, a framework for cooperation between countries was born that contained a strategy and a systematic approach to reducing vulnerability and risk of hazards called the Hyogo Framework of Action (HFA) which was adopted in 2005-2015. Due to its success in several respects, various countries agreed to continue this collaboration called the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) which was adopted in 2015-2030. The Philippines as a country that is prone to disasters such as typhoons because it is located in The Pacific Ring of Fire participated in ratifying the cooperation voluntarily. One form of commitment from the Philippines is to implement the Build Back Better program and carry out good collaboration with national and international actors. Through this research, researchers want to see how SFDRR can help The Philippines as a disaster-prone country develops its disaster management, especially in emergency response.
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