Fourth Expert Group Meeting

Oct
05

Date: Wednesday, Oct 5, 2016 - Thursday, Oct 6, 2016

Time: (All day)

Mandaluyong, Philippines

Add to Calendarhttp://communities.unescap.org/asia-pacific-expert-group-disaster-related-statistics/meetings/fourth-expert-group-meeting10-04-2016 17:00:0010-05-2016 17:00:0035Fourth Expert Group Meeting Minutes & Outcoms of the 4th Expert Group Meeting  Final Pilot Study Report (Round 1) A draft report of the DRSF pilot implementation studies conducted by the participating agencies from Bangladesh, Fiji, Indonesia and the Philippines was prepared for discussion at the Fourth Expert Group meeting. Following online review and technical discussions during the meeting, the pilot study report was revised and finalized by the secretariat. Annex to Report: GIS for compilation and production of new statistics on disaster risk reduction by national governments The Annex introduces the methodology of using GIS to assess exposure to natural hazards by people, built-up assets and ecosystems. A Disaster-related Statistics Framework (DRSF) and Monitoring of Internationally-agreed Disaster Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development Indicators Daniel Clarke & Rajalakshmi Kanagavel   04/Oct/2016    Working Paper submitted to the 13th National Statistics Convention of the Philippines Findings on the compilation of the provisional disaster related statistics framework (DRSF) in the Philippines Ma. Libertie Masculino (Philippine Statistics Authority) 04/Oct/2016    Presentation explained how DRSF pilot work was conducted in the Philippines with summary of major findings from compilations of data.  Disaster Related Statistics Framework (DRSF) Pilot Testing – Fiji Poasa Naimilia (Fiji Bureau of Statistics) 04/Oct/2016 Presentation indicated the key issues for data availability and proposed further work on disaster-related expenditure in Fiji Innovations for Improvement of Official Statistics on Disasters: Bangladesh Experience Md. Rafiqual Islam (Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics) 04/Oct/2016 Presentation summarized recent innovations for disaster-related statistics led by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics and in connection with the DRSF Pilot Study. In particular, this presentation shared information on the strategy and methodology for the Bangladesh Climate Change and Human Life Survey. “Coping with Climate shocks in Mongolia” household panel survey Ch. Tungalag (National Statistics Office Mongolia) 04/Oct/2016  A description of the survey design, fieldwork, data quality and lessons learned for this innovative approach to collecting panel time series data for households affected by extreme weather disasters Sendai Framework for DRR Targets and Indicators Taketa Kimio (JICA) Mandaluyong  05/Oct/2016 The importance of 2015 as a turning point for disaster risk reduction indicators and policy was illustrated in this presentation, with the emergence of Sendai Framework targets and relationship between indicators to monitor the implementation of Sendai Framework for DRR and SDGs. The presentation also stressed emphasis on pre-disaster DRR investment and explained the concept of “Build back better”. GIS for compilation and production of new statistics on disaster risk reduction by national governments Jean-Louis Weber  05/Oct/2016 Presentation introduced methodology for using GIS to assess exposure to natural hazards of people, built-up assets and ecosystems. A Disaster-related Statistics Framework (DRSF) and Monitoring of Internationally-agreed Disaster Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development Indicators. Ritsuko Yamazaki-Honda (UNISDR) 05/Oct/2016 Presentation updated the Expert Group on progress by the intergovernmental Expert group (OEIWG) to agree on terminology and indicators for monitoring progress for implementaion of the Sendai Framework and 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Devlopment. Expert Groups learned about relationships between the work on DRSF with the expected requirements for global indicator monitoring systems.  Mandaluyong, Philippines trueYYYY/MM/DD

A draft report of the DRSF pilot implementation studies conducted by the participating agencies from Bangladesh, Fiji, Indonesia and the Philippines was prepared for discussion at the Fourth Expert Group meeting. Following online review and technical discussions during the meeting, the pilot study report was revised and finalized by the secretariat.

The Annex introduces the methodology of using GIS to assess exposure to natural hazards by people, built-up assets and ecosystems.

Daniel Clarke & Rajalakshmi Kanagavel   04/Oct/2016   

Working Paper submitted to the 13th National Statistics Convention of the Philippines

Ma. Libertie Masculino (Philippine Statistics Authority) 04/Oct/2016   

Presentation explained how DRSF pilot work was conducted in the Philippines with summary of major findings from compilations of data. 

Poasa Naimilia (Fiji Bureau of Statistics) 04/Oct/2016

Presentation indicated the key issues for data availability and proposed further work on disaster-related expenditure in Fiji

Md. Rafiqual Islam (Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics) 04/Oct/2016

Presentation summarized recent innovations for disaster-related statistics led by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics and in connection with the DRSF Pilot Study. In particular, this presentation shared information on the strategy and methodology for the Bangladesh Climate Change and Human Life Survey.

Ch. Tungalag (National Statistics Office Mongolia) 04/Oct/2016

 A description of the survey design, fieldwork, data quality and lessons learned for this innovative approach to collecting panel time series data for households affected by extreme weather disasters

Taketa Kimio (JICA) Mandaluyong  05/Oct/2016

The importance of 2015 as a turning point for disaster risk reduction indicators and policy was illustrated in this presentation, with the emergence of Sendai Framework targets and relationship between indicators to monitor the implementation of Sendai Framework for DRR and SDGs. The presentation also stressed emphasis on pre-disaster DRR investment and explained the concept of “Build back better”.

Jean-Louis Weber  05/Oct/2016

Presentation introduced methodology for using GIS to assess exposure to natural hazards of people, built-up assets and ecosystems.

Ritsuko Yamazaki-Honda (UNISDR) 05/Oct/2016

Presentation updated the Expert Group on progress by the intergovernmental Expert group (OEIWG) to agree on terminology and indicators for monitoring progress for implementaion of the Sendai Framework and 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Devlopment. Expert Groups learned about relationships between the work on DRSF with the expected requirements for global indicator monitoring systems.