DRSF

Note: Sections of the DRSF version 1.0 are under development for consultation by Expert Group members . Building on working papers from previous meetings and the result of pilot testing,  drafts for DRSF version 1.0 will be posted progressively on this page during 2017.
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Combined Chapters (1-5)           

Chapter 1 Introduction

31 July 2017

1b. Scope and Coverage of DRSF
1c.The need, objectives of international methodological Guidance
1d. Stock-taking & relationships with other frameworks
Survey for Chapter 1                                                                                        

Chapter 2 Main Concepts and Related Frameworks 

05 Septmeber 2017

2a. Identifying and Counting Disaster Occurrences and Magnitude
The foundation for collecting statistics on disaster impacts is identification of disaster occurrences and their basic characteristics, such as magnitude, hazard type, timing, location and area extent. 
2b. Disaster Risk
Descriptions of core concepts for disaster risk measurement and their relationships with official statistics.
2c. Material Impacts and Economic Loss
Description of components of material impacts, e.g. damages to critical infrastructure and economic loss valuations. A review of general measurement challenges and some solutions.
2d. Affected Population
Description of components of affected population, including some sample tables, and a review of general measurement challenges and some solutions.
2e. Disaster Risk Reduction Activities
In order to measure DRR activity, there is a need to define the scope (classification in Part II) and describe how these statistics can be used and the general opportunities and challenges to compile this information, for example as a satellite to the System of National Accounts. 
Survey for Chapter 2

Chapter 3 Statistical Classifications in DRSF

16 August 2017
1) Hazard Type Classifications
2) Direct Material Impacts Classifcation
3) Disaster Risk Reduction Characteristic Activities
Survey for Chapter 3 

Chapter 4 Principles for Implementation

This chapter briefly discussed the principles for implementation of DRSF, which is based on Guidelines for Implementation for the Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics. 

Chapter 5 DRSF Data Items

15 Septmeber 2017

Basic Range Summary Tables

5a. Introduction to basic range of disaster related Statistics

5b. Measurement Units

Draft Outline for DRSF

11 July 2017

First initial draft outline for the disaster related statistics framework (DRSF) for discussion.

Method for Estimation of Population Exposure to Natural Hazards using the high-resolution Global Urban Footprint (GUF) image and Population census statistics with QGIS

Call for case studies on official statistics and disaster-risk management-5th EGM 

14 July 2017

Measuring Direct Economic Loss - Working Paper

8 June 2017

Draft Working Paper for the 5th Expert Group Meeting on Disaster Related Statistics and review at Asia-Pacific Economic Statistics Week, 2017

Disaster Related Statistics Framework (DRSF) - Provisional Draft for Pilot Testing  

7 January 2016

Provisional draft developed by the Expert Group (end of 2015/early 2016) for the purpose of conducting pilot data compilation studies in four countries: Bangladesh, Fiji, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

 

Draft DRSF Tables for Pilot Testing

7 January 2016
Provisional draft tables (.xls) for the purpose of harmonized test compilations of disaster-related statics for piloty studies in four countries: Bangladesh, Fiji, Indonesia, and the Philippines