PR 8.2 Integrated risk management: community evidence as a catalyst for adaptation policies and investments

Wednesday 11 May, 15.45 – 17.30, Tokyo Room

Jointly analyse Integrated Risk Management (IRM) practice from the field and identify the roles played by civil society, private sector, government and scientists respectively in the various IRM case studies. On the basis of the lessons learned identify outstanding joint challenges and issues for further research regarding the way Integrated Risk Management practices can positively feed the adaptation policy and -investment agenda at local, national, regional and global level.

Organised by Margot Loof, Cordaid, the Netherlands
Partners Care NL, the Netherlands
Netherlands Red Cross
Wetlands International
Red Cross Climate Center
Chair Lindsey Jones, Overseas Development Institute (ODI), United Kingdom
Rapporteur Raimond Duijsens, Partners for Resilience International Secretariat, the Netherlands

Philippines: addressing urban flood risks through Integrated Risk Management
Erica Bucug, ACCORD Inc., Philippines

Indonesia: IRM and rain water harvesting for sustainable agriculture on Timor
Yohan Rahmal Santosa, KARINA (Caritas Indonesia) national office, Indonesia

Uganda: IRM – linking the community resilience to district resilience
Mogus Bekele, Cordaid, Uganda