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Trialogue Session
(Session 1.3.1)
Conveners:
Royal Haskoning Co.
UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction
Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water
Management (The Netherlands)
Cooperative Program on Water and Climate
Date & Venue:
18 March 2009, 8:30-10:30
Feshane 4
Trialogue Session
(Session 1.3.1)
Key Question
How can we stimulate and facilitate (more) effective
co-production between government, science and
civic society to better prevent water-related
disasters, mitigate their effects and / or improve the
response?
Trialogue Session
(Session 1.3.1)
Agendas
1.
2.
2.
3.
4.
Welcome and introduction by Tom Smit, Director, at
Royal Haskoning
Key note address by Margareta Wahlstrom, UN
Assistant Secretary General
Presentation of Trialogue Experiences by Harry
Keereweer (province of Gelderland, NL) and Mostafa
Mohaghegh (UN/ISDR Cairo Office)
Discussion with panel members Kusum Athukorala
(NetWater), Kin Nini Thein (AIT), Senay Ozden (GD
Disaster Affairs, Turkey) and the audience
Summarization, final inputs and conclusions, by Tom
Smit, supported by two reviewers (Reid Basher,
UN/ISDR and Jetze Heun, UNESCO-IHE)
Technologies for Water-related
Disaster Management (Session 1.3.2)
Conveners:
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and
Tourism (MLIT), Japan,
Ministry of Environment and Forestry, State
Hydraulic Works (DSI), Turkey
Date & Venue:
18 March 2009, 11:00-13:00
Feshane 4
Technologies for Water-related
Disaster Management (Session 1.3.2)
Key Questions
1. How should we enhance the use of existing and new
technologies to manage disasters induced by climate
change and population growth?
• What kinds of technologies are needed? Why?
• How can we have decision makers recognize importance of
technologies?
2. How should we incorporate technologies for
minimizing economic and human loss into domestic
institution and culture?
• How can we introduce new technologies and make them rooted in
each country?
• How can we sustain local tradition or culture against disaster?
Technologies for Water-related
Disaster Management (Session 1.3.2)
Chair: Mr. Minoru KURIKI (on behalf of MLIT, Japan)
1. Introduction of Session
11:00-11:05
2. Opening Speech
11:05-11:10
3. Presentations followed by Q&A
11:10-12:20
Mr. Phaknakhone Rattana: MPWT, Lao PDR
Mr. Akira Terakawa: ICHARM, Japan
Dr. Ramesh Ananda Vaidya: ICIMOD, Nepal
Prof. Yosuke Yamashiki: Kyoto University, Japan
Mr. Toon Segeren: Deltares, Netherland
Mr. Ali Shafqat Akanda: Tuffts University, USA
Mr Jeff Harrıns: ACE, USA
4. Discussion including audience
5. Summary of Session
12:20-12:50
12:50-13:00
Managing Water-related Risks in
Changing Climate (Session 1.3.3)
Conveners:
World Meteorological Organization (WMO),
Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime
Affairs, Republic of Korea
Date & Venue:
17 March 2009, 15:00-16:30 & 17:00-19:00
Feshane 4
Managing Water-related Risks in
Changing Climate (Session 1.3.3)
How to make a paradigm shift from reactive
to a proactive approach to management of
risks through adaptation?
Managing Water-related Risks in
Changing Climate (Session 1.3.3)
1.
Welcome Keynote Speech
Kwon, Do Youp (Vice Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs,
Republic of Korea)
(10")
2.
Introduction of session bringing out the issues
- Global change and our water resources (Avinash C. Tyagi, Director,
Climate and Water Department, World Meteorological Organization) (15")
- Risk based flood management in adapting with Climate Change
(Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan)
(10")
- Integrated Urban Flood Risk Management (Prof. Dr. Chris Zevenbergen,
Unesco-IHE Institute for Water Education)
(10")
3.
Impact of Climate Change (Panel Discussion)
(45")
Managing Water-related Risks in
Changing Climate (Session 1.3.3)
4. Preparing for climate change (Case studies)
• Drought Risk Management (International Commission on Irrigation
and Drainage, ICID) (10")
• Disaster Response Mechanisms (Dr Mary-Jeanne Adler, Director,
Emergency Situation Management, Ministry of Environment,
Romania) (10")
• Design of Infrastructure under Climate Change (MLTM/Republic of
Korea) (10”)
• Integrated flood risk management( Mr Cees van de Guchte,
DELTARES) (10")
5. Panel Discussion
(30“, 6 panelists)
6. Open debate
(45“)
7. Conclusions & Wrap-up
(15")
Water Management During and
After Disasters/Conflicts (Session 1.3.4)
Convener
• International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
Co-Conveners
• Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
• Palestinian Water Authority (PWA)
• League of Arab States
• UNICEF
Date and Venue
• 19 March 2009, 11:00-13:00
• Feshane 1
Water Management During and
After Disasters/Conflicts (Session 1.3.4)
Key Questions
I. General Gap Emergency  Normalization
• Question 1: How can we optimize emergency response
and transition from emergency to normalisation in an
armed conflict/disaster-affected environment?
II. Gaza & West Bank Case Study
• Question 2: Does the legal framework allow, call for
intervention?
• Question 3: Do urgent proactive responses constitute a
need or a moral obligation in order to ensure
normalisation of services in chronically conflict ridden,
unstable environments?
Water Management During and
After Disasters/Conflicts (Session 1.3.4)
Agendas
Opening remarks (5 Min ICRC, 5 Min JICA)
10 Min
SECTION 1 - General Gap Emergency  Normalization
• Presentation JICA
5 Min
• Presentation SOLIDARITES
5 Min
• Statements and Discussion (ACF, WB)
20 Min
SECTION 2 - Gaza & West Bank Case Study
• Presentation PWA & CMWU & AFD
• Intervention by League of Arab States
• Intervention by Gender Water Alliance
• Presentation ICRC
• Statements and Discussion (PWA, AFD, SIDA)
20 Min
5 Min
5 Min
10 Min
30 Min
Wrap-up and closing remarks
10 Min
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