FROM VULNERABILITY TO RESILIENCE (V2R)
|APPROVED DATE||March 19, 2019|
|EST. IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD||18 Months|
|Start Date||May 15, 2019|
|End Date||November 14, 2020|
National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) is an autonomous and constitutionally established federal authority, mandated to deal with whole spectrum of disasters and their management in the country.
The NDMA formulates and enforces national disaster policies at federal and provisional levels and collaborates closely with various government ministries, military forces, and United Nations organizations to jointly coordinate efforts for disaster management, search and rescue, as well as wide range of humanitarian operations in the country. The NDMA aims to develop sustainable operational capacity and professional competence to undertake its humanitarian operations at its full capacity. Keeping in view its mandate, NDMA has proposed to conduct multi-hazard vulnerability and risk assessments of 15 districts in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK).
Hazard vulnerability analysis (HVA) and risk assessment are systematic approaches to identifying hazards or risks that are most likely to have an impact on a given locality/community.
LOCATION & PEOPLE
SWAT, SHANGLA, NOWSHERA, KOHISTAN, CHARSADDA, UPPER DIR, LOWER DIR, DI KHAN, JAFFARABAD, SOHBATPUR, SIBI, NASIRABAD, KACHI (BOLAN), QUETTA, GWADAR
Financing: PUBLIC – PRIVATE
Project Size: SMALL (50-100) – MEDIUM(100-500) – LARGE (>500)
|NDRMF Share||PKR 159.5 million|
|FIP Share||PKR 68.6 million|
*Price is tentative and converted into USD @ 140 PKR*