Sixth meeting of the Expert Group on Disaster-related Statistics in Asia and the Pacific (23 – 25 April 2019) and UN Women’s Regional meeting on Gender Statistics in Climate Change and Disaster Risk (22 April 2019)

Apr
22

Date: Monday, Apr 22, 2019 - Thursday, Apr 25, 2019

Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Bangkok, Thailand

Add to Calendarhttp://communities.unescap.org/asia-pacific-expert-group-disaster-related-statistics/meetings/sixth-meeting-expert-group-disaster04-22-2019 02:00:0004-25-2019 10:00:0035Sixth meeting of the Expert Group on Disaster-related Statistics in Asia and the Pacific (23 – 25 April 2019) and UN Women’s Regional meeting on Gender Statistics in Climate Change and Disaster Risk (22 April 2019) Download group photo (jpg) Regional meeting on gender statistics in climate and disaster risk reduction (22 April 2019)   Regional Meerting on Gender Statistics report   Agenda   List of Participants   Producing disaster statistics from a gender perspective, Sharita Serrao & Daniel Clarke, UNESCAP   Challenges and solutions for monitoring progress: production and use of gender statistics, Jessica Gardner, UNESCAP   Measuring the gender and environment, Jillian Campbell, UN Environment   National process to assess priorities on gender and climate change and DRR data production (Cambodia), Ministry of Women's Affairs, Cambodia   Developing a gender-equal and rights based approach to disaster data, progress reporting and accountability through the Sendai Framework, Hilde Jakobsen & Israel Jegillos, Asia Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC)   Challenges in reporting data for disasters: a gender perspective, Timothy Wilcox, UNISDR   Viet Nam – Identifying good gender sensitive indicators in line with national policy priorities on Disaster Risk Reduction, Viet Nam Women's Union   Indonesia: Lessons and challenges pertaining to exchanging disaster data, Indra Murty Surbakti, Statistics Indonesia Sixth EGM Introduction  Overview and status of the Expert Group  Agenda  List of Participants  Concept note  Institutional arrangements for disaster-related statistics   Mainstreaming the Disaster Related Statistics in the Philippines, Virginia M. Bathan, Philippines Statisics Authority   Hazardous Events and Disasters Related Statistics: the Turkish Case, Hakan Yazicioglu, Turkish Statistical Institute   Demands and Current Challenges for the Use of Official Statistics for Informing Disaster Risk Reduction policies; and Institutional arrangements in Government to Improve Quality of Disaster-Related Statistics in Sri Lanka, S.Amalanathan, Ministry of Public Management  and  Disaster Management, Sri Lanka Institutional arrangement for improving the quality of disaster–related statistics: Current practice in Thailand , Duangnapa Uttamangkapong, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, Thailand  Statistics for disater risk assesment   Exposure, vulnerability, resilience of socio-ecological systems and financial risks, Jean-Louis Weber, EU   Country Risk Profile for long term planning, Alessandro Masoero, Lauro Rossi, Roberto Rudari, CIMA Research Foundation Statistics for post-disaster asssement (impact statistics)  and target monitoring   Sendai Framework Monitoring, Timothy Wilcox, UNISDR   Implementing the SDGs in Kazakhstan, Anar Tuleubayeva, Division of Information Technologies, Committee on Statistics of the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan   Sendai Framework Monitoring & Reporting - Fiji, Poasa Naimilia, Fiji Bureau of Statistics Statistics of long-term integrated sustinable development planning   Disaster Statistics: A proposed local level pilot application, Puji Pujiono, Pujiono Centre   Demands and Challenges of Disaster-related Statistics for Disaster Risk Reduction Policies and SDGs in the Context of Bangladesh, Mohammad Abdul Kadir Miah, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics  Сreating a "green belt" favorable ecosystem around big cities using advanced technologies and methods, Iskandar Abdurakhimov, Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan   Country Risk Profiles for long term planning (2), Alessandro Masoero, Lauro Rossi & Roberto Rudari, CIMA Research Foundation Delinating urban and rural ,  Kanjana Phumelee. NSO of Thailand   (Mis)Understanding data disaggregation, Arman Bidarbakhtnia, UNESCAP  Emerging issues and methododologies for disaster-related statistics Report: DHS and Geo-covariates data integration Case study on Bangladesh survey 2014, Yichun Wang, UNESCAP Presentation   Gender, disasters and climate change statistics in Asia and the Pacific: outcomes and next steps, Sara Duerto Valero, UN Women   Geoinformatics in Disaster Management, Tran Thanh Dan, Asian Instittute of Technology (AIT)   Utilization of population data and geospatial technology in humanitarian response, Narwawi Pramudhiarta, UNFPA-Indonesia  Disaster-related statistics and the new urban agenda, Tam Hoang, UN-Habitat   DRSF Research Agenda, Daniel Clarke, UNESCAP Session 7: Capacity development: current international initatives and opportunities   Global Centre for Disaster Statistics, Yuichi Ono, Global Centre for Disaster Statistics, Tohuko University   Needs for disaster-related statistic data & capacity development (experience sharing), Anggraini Dewi, Asia Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC)   Sendai Framework Monitor training and learning, Timothy Wilcox, UNISDR   Disaster-related statistics in the Arab region, Wafa Aboul Hosn, UNESCWA   CES Recommendations on the Role of Official Statistics in Measuring Hazardous Events and Disasters, Michael Nagy, UNECE Way Forward   Way Forward,   Expert Group Secretariat Bangkok, Thailand falseYYYY/MM/DD

Download group photo (jpg)

Regional meeting on gender statistics in climate and disaster risk reduction (22 April 2019)

  Regional Meerting on Gender Statistics report

  Agenda

  List of Participants

  Producing disaster statistics from a gender perspective, Sharita Serrao & Daniel Clarke, UNESCAP

  Challenges and solutions for monitoring progress: production and use of gender statistics, Jessica Gardner, UNESCAP

  Measuring the gender and environment, Jillian Campbell, UN Environment

  National process to assess priorities on gender and climate change and DRR data production (Cambodia), Ministry of Women's Affairs, Cambodia

  Developing a gender-equal and rights based approach to disaster data, progress reporting and accountability through the Sendai Framework, Hilde Jakobsen & Israel Jegillos, Asia Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC)

  Challenges in reporting data for disasters: a gender perspective, Timothy Wilcox, UNISDR

  Viet Nam – Identifying good gender sensitive indicators in line with national policy priorities on Disaster Risk Reduction, Viet Nam Women's Union

  Indonesia: Lessons and challenges pertaining to exchanging disaster data, Indra Murty Surbakti, Statistics Indonesia

Sixth EGM Introduction

 Overview and status of the Expert Group

 Agenda

 List of Participants

 Concept note

 Institutional arrangements for disaster-related statistics

  Mainstreaming the Disaster Related Statistics in the Philippines, Virginia M. Bathan, Philippines Statisics Authority

  Hazardous Events and Disasters Related Statistics: the Turkish Case, Hakan Yazicioglu, Turkish Statistical Institute

  Demands and Current Challenges for the Use of Official Statistics for Informing Disaster Risk Reduction policies; and Institutional arrangements in Government to Improve Quality of Disaster-Related Statistics in Sri Lanka, S.Amalanathan, Ministry of Public Management  and  Disaster Management, Sri Lanka

Institutional arrangement for improving the quality of disaster–related statistics: Current practice in Thailand , Duangnapa Uttamangkapong, Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, Thailand 

Statistics for disater risk assesment

  Exposure, vulnerability, resilience of socio-ecological systems and financial risks, Jean-Louis Weber, EU

  Country Risk Profile for long term planning, Alessandro Masoero, Lauro Rossi, Roberto Rudari, CIMA Research Foundation

Statistics for post-disaster asssement (impact statistics)  and target monitoring

  Sendai Framework Monitoring, Timothy Wilcox, UNISDR

  Implementing the SDGs in Kazakhstan, Anar Tuleubayeva, Division of Information Technologies, Committee on Statistics of the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan

  Sendai Framework Monitoring & Reporting - Fiji, Poasa Naimilia, Fiji Bureau of Statistics

Statistics of long-term integrated sustinable development planning

  Disaster Statistics: A proposed local level pilot application, Puji Pujiono, Pujiono Centre

  Demands and Challenges of Disaster-related Statistics for Disaster Risk Reduction Policies and SDGs in the Context of Bangladesh, Mohammad Abdul Kadir Miah, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics

 Сreating a "green belt" favorable ecosystem around big cities using advanced technologies and methods, Iskandar Abdurakhimov, Ministry of Innovative Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan

  Country Risk Profiles for long term planning (2), Alessandro Masoero, Lauro Rossi & Roberto Rudari, CIMA Research Foundation

Delinating urban and rural ,  Kanjana Phumelee. NSO of Thailand

  (Mis)Understanding data disaggregation, Arman Bidarbakhtnia, UNESCAP 

Emerging issues and methododologies for disaster-related statistics

Report: DHS and Geo-covariates data integration Case study on Bangladesh survey 2014, Yichun Wang, UNESCAP

  Gender, disasters and climate change statistics in Asia and the Pacific: outcomes and next stepsSara Duerto Valero, UN Women

  Geoinformatics in Disaster Management, Tran Thanh Dan, Asian Instittute of Technology (AIT)

  Utilization of population data and geospatial technology in humanitarian response, Narwawi Pramudhiarta, UNFPA-Indonesia

 Disaster-related statistics and the new urban agenda, Tam Hoang, UN-Habitat

  DRSF Research Agenda, Daniel Clarke, UNESCAP

Session 7: Capacity development: current international initatives and opportunities

  Global Centre for Disaster Statistics, Yuichi Ono, Global Centre for Disaster Statistics, Tohuko University

  Needs for disaster-related statistic data & capacity development (experience sharing), Anggraini Dewi, Asia Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC)

  Sendai Framework Monitor training and learning, Timothy Wilcox, UNISDR

  Disaster-related statistics in the Arab region, Wafa Aboul Hosn, UNESCWA

  CES Recommendations on the Role of Official Statistics in Measuring Hazardous Events and Disasters, Michael Nagy, UNECE

Way Forward

  Way Forward,   Expert Group Secretariat