Workshop on a Regional Guide on the Production and Dissemination of Disaster-Related Statistics

Dec
15

Date: Thursday, Dec 15, 2016 - Friday, Dec 16, 2016

Time: (All day)

Bangkok, Thailand

Add to Calendarhttp://communities.unescap.org/asia-pacific-expert-group-disaster-related-statistics/meetings/workshop-regional-guide-production12-14-2016 17:00:0012-15-2016 17:00:0035Workshop on a Regional Guide on the Production and Dissemination of Disaster-Related Statistics Workshop Report Summary of discussions and key outcomes. Introduction to pending issues from EGM4 Daniel Clarke   15/Dec/2016    Introductory presentation to topics for discussion status on issues from Expert Group 4th Meeting Climate Change and Disaster Risk Wenyun Qian   15/Dec/2016    Presentation showed example analyses for relating climate change with disaster risk in Asia-Pacific Direct Economic Loss Statistics Daniel Clarke & Wenyun Qian   15/Dec/2016    Presentation introduced two approaches to measuring direct economic losses and discussed the advantages and disadvantages of each method. Indonesia InARisk Website Ridwan Yunus  15/Dec/2016 A demonstration of InARisk as a best practice example for disaster risk statistics from BNPB-Indonesia  Big Data and GIS for Disaster-related Statistics Daniel Clarke 15/Dec/2016 Presentation and draft issue paper introduced the concept of big data and its relevance for disaster-related statistics Vulnerability and the Poverty-Environment Nexus Seonmi Choi (PEI Asia-Pacific)  15/Dec/2016 Introduced key concepts for discussion on environmental vulnerability and the poverty-environment nexus  Disaster-related Statistics and vulnerability  Kati Kraehnert (German Institute for Economic Research) 15/Dec/2016  This presentation introduced two uses of household survey in disaster statistics: (1) Merging household surveys with secondary data on disaster intensity (2) Capturing exposure to disasters in household surveys  SDGs Monitoring and Reporting: Challenges for disaster statistics in Bangladesh Md. Rafiqul Islam 16/Dec/2016 Initiatives by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, along with partners in response to the emerging monitoring and reporting challenges. Outcomes of OEIWG on Terminology and Indicators  Marc Gordon & Rhea Katsanakis (UNISDR)  15/Dec/2016 Presentation summarizing relevant outcomes from the Open-ended Integovernmental Working Group on Terminology and Indicators for Sendai Framework Monitoring and future steps for implementation. Disaster statistics for Analysis of Vulnerable Groups Daniel Clarke & Wenyun Qian 15/Dec/2016 This issue paper for discussion presents statistical requirement related to geographic social-economic vulnerabilities and also includes some review of empirical findings from previous studies of vulnerable groups.  Draft Pilot Study 'Round II' Survey Questionnaire Draft questionnaire for discussion for follow-up on pending conceptual issues for the DRSF. During the workshop it was agreed to further review the questions and design the survey as a follow-up study pending the results of the UNIDR Data Readiness Assessment for Sendai Framework and SDGs monitoring Draft  "Measurement Units Menu" for Material Impacts in Physical items  Table of proposed measurement unit options for discussion on direct economic material impacts and direct environmental impacts. Bangkok, Thailand trueYYYY/MM/DD

Summary of discussions and key outcomes.

Daniel Clarke   15/Dec/2016   

Introductory presentation to topics for discussion status on issues from Expert Group 4th Meeting

Wenyun Qian   15/Dec/2016   

Presentation showed example analyses for relating climate change with disaster risk in Asia-Pacific

Daniel Clarke & Wenyun Qian   15/Dec/2016   

Presentation introduced two approaches to measuring direct economic losses and discussed the advantages and disadvantages of each method.

Ridwan Yunus  15/Dec/2016

A demonstration of InARisk as a best practice example for disaster risk statistics from BNPB-Indonesia 

Daniel Clarke 15/Dec/2016

Presentation and draft issue paper introduced the concept of big data and its relevance for disaster-related statistics

Seonmi Choi (PEI Asia-Pacific)  15/Dec/2016

Introduced key concepts for discussion on environmental vulnerability and the poverty-environment nexus 

  • Disaster-related Statistics and vulnerability

 Kati Kraehnert (German Institute for Economic Research) 15/Dec/2016

 This presentation introduced two uses of household survey in disaster statistics:

(1) Merging household surveys with secondary data on disaster intensity

(2) Capturing exposure to disasters in household surveys 

Md. Rafiqul Islam 16/Dec/2016

Initiatives by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, along with partners in response to the emerging monitoring and reporting challenges.

  • Outcomes of OEIWG on Terminology and Indicators 

Marc Gordon & Rhea Katsanakis (UNISDR)  15/Dec/2016

Presentation summarizing relevant outcomes from the Open-ended Integovernmental Working Group on Terminology and Indicators for Sendai Framework Monitoring and future steps for implementation.

Daniel Clarke & Wenyun Qian 15/Dec/2016

This issue paper for discussion presents statistical requirement related to geographic social-economic vulnerabilities and also includes some review of empirical findings from previous studies of vulnerable groups. 

Draft questionnaire for discussion for follow-up on pending conceptual issues for the DRSF. During the workshop it was agreed to further review the questions and design the survey as a follow-up study pending the results of the UNIDR Data Readiness Assessment for Sendai Framework and SDGs monitoring

Table of proposed measurement unit options for discussion on direct economic material impacts and direct environmental impacts.