The post-war recovery of Ukraine as a green and sustainable state is one of the most urgent issues on the agenda of both specialized public authorities and the relevant expert environment.
CF “Right to protection” in the frame of the project “Reducing disaster risk vulnerability in Ukraine (Phase ІІ)”, within the framework of the Prepare Prevent Protect Consortium (ЗР) (ACTED, IMPACT Initiatives, CF “Right to protection”, World Health Organization), prepared two interrelated analytical documents on the future reconstruction of the country.
SENDAI FRAMEWORK FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AS A TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: PARTICULARITIES OF IMPLEMENTATION IN PEACETIME AND WARTIME
This report is the fourth in a series of analytical reports prepared by the CF “Right to protection” on the implementation of the provisions of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. The material was planned as a tool to help find arguments for stakeholders in the development and adoption of disaster risk reduction strategies at various levels. The full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine, which began on February 24, 2022, made the issue of applying the principles of the Sendai Framework in the post-war reconstruction of the country even more urgent.
During the preparation of the report, the overall capacity of Ukraine to work with disaster risks was analyzed. In particular, with regard to the identification of disaster risks, planning of prevention measures, strengthening the capacity for resilience during the occurrence of disaster risks, as well as the implementation of the Fourth Priority of the Sendai Framework – “Build Back Better”.
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Analytical report “Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction as a tool for sustainable development: particularities of implementation in peacetime and wartime”
ENHANCING DISASTER PREPAREDNESS FOR EFFECTIVE RESPONSE AND TO “BUILD BACK BETTER” IN RECOVERY, REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION
This document is the result of previously conducted work on identifying the level of inclusion of the priorities of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Reduction in the public administration of Ukraine. It is designed to draw attention to changing approaches to planning the development of local community territories in compliance with the priorities of the Sendai Framework. In particular, the policy brief is based on its 4th priority “Build Back Better”, and also contains practical recommendations for its implementation in the context of sustainable recovery of Ukraine.
The proposed recommendations are formed on the basis of both analytical experience and research work, as well as consultations with specialized bodies of the central executive authorities – the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources, the Ministry of Community and Territorial Development, as well as the State Emergency Service of Ukraine.
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Policy brief “Enhancing disaster preparedness for effective response and to “Build Back Better” in recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction
3P Consortium was established in 2019 by the group of international and Ukrainian NGOs to reduce disaster risk vulnerability in Ukraine. 3P Members of the Consortium are united by their desire to Prepare, Prevent and Protect civilian populations and critical service systems in Ukraine from the risks of natural, ecological and industrial disasters.
The publication of these materials was made possible thanks to the financial support of the European Union through its Department of Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid (ECHO).
Sofiya Shutiak – Strategic Analyst of the project “Reducing disaster risks vulnerability in Ukraine (Phase II)”, CF “Right to protection”
Views and opinions expressed are however those of the authors only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Commission’s Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid department. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.
Links to a series of thematic long-reads on the sustainable recovery of Ukraine may be additionally found below:
- How will Ukraine be rebuilt? From risk awareness to sustainable recovery
- Why do we need to deal with disaster risk reduction when there is a civil protection system?
- Disaster risk reduction – why is it important for communities?