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Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme II

25th July 2013

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme Phase (CDMP II)


Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CDMP II PROJECT SUMMARY


Country

Bangladesh

Title of the Project

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme 2010-2014


(CDMP-II)

Project ID

00073416

Implementing Agency

Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief

Co-Implementing Partners

13 Departments of 12 Ministries
Universities and Training Institutes
Disaster Management Committees
Sub-Implementing Agencies

National Project Director

Mohammad Abdul Qayyum, Additional Secretary, GoB

Project Period

January 2010 - December 2014

Date of Approval

24 May 2010

Project Budget

US$ 76.16 million

Funded By

GoB, DFID, EU, Norway, Sida, AusAID, UNDP

Contact Person

Dr. Puji Pujiono, Project Manager

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme Phase (CDMP II)


Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme


A TWO-PHASED PROGRAMME TO SUPPORT GOVERNMENT VISION

GOAL
Reduce Bangladeshs vulnerability to adverse natural
events through technical assistance in risk reduction and
comprehensive disaster management activities.
OBJECTIVES
To strengthen the capacity of the disaster management
system to reduce unacceptable risk and improve response
and recovery management at all levels.

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme Phase (CDMP II)


Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CDMP II OUTCOME AREAS


DELIVERY
MECHANISMS

6
Community
level
CCA

5
Mainstrea
ming

MODMR
DDM

Professionalising
DM System

PARTNER

Disaster and
Climate
Resilient
Bangladesh

4
Preparedness
& Response

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

2
Rural Risk
Reduction

DEPTS / MINS

DMCs
LOC. ADMINS

MSU
UNDP

3
Urban Risk
Reduction

UNIVERSITIES
TRG INSTS.

NGOS
CIVIL SOCIETY

PRIVATE SECTORS

CDMP II: EXPECTED KEY RESULTS


Improved resilience of the vulnerable communities and sectors both at rural and urban
settings
Significant reduction of death, vulnerabilities and loss from future disasters

Established and fully operational the DM Regulatory Framework


Strengthened capacities of MoDMR and DDM
DRR & CCA integration in the partner ministries and departments
Improved functioning of Disaster Management Committees at all levels
Expanded CPP in all coastal districts
Developed earthquake maps of 9 cities for risk-integrated urban planning
Established Urban volunteers corps
Expanded DMIC at national and in all districts & upazilas
Increased allocation of Govt. budget on DRR&CCA
Reduced risks through structural and non- structural interventions

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CDMP II
SUMMARY PROGRESS [2010-June 2013]

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme Phase (CDMP II)


Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
Technical backstopping and policy support to MoDMR
SAARC PoA 2014-2020
7 rules - national and local level DMCs and response groups, involvement
of NGOs and individuals in DM, Requisition of resources, services, building,
transport etc., Constitution of Disaster Management Fund, & Relief Depot:,
Award, Recognition, and Honorarium, for outstanding contribution in DM

Post HFA/MDG/SD BD country position


SOD/DM Act/Shelter Guideline translation
Professionalizing DM system
Networks with 26 (of targeted 43) training & educational
institutions; DM integrated curricula for class III-XII;
supplementary learning books; Bachelor, DM Degree &
diploma courses introduced by DU, BRUR, PSTU, NSU, BUP,
etc.

10 e-learning centres, book support to 24 institutions


Promoting Bangladesh as a global leader in DM
AAGP, AMCDRR, GPDRR.
Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme Phase (CDMP II)
Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

PROMOTING BD AS A GLOBAL LEADER IN DM

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CDMP II KEY ACHIEVEMENTS cont.


Mainstreaming DRR&CCA Across Government Depts.
50 DTWs, 38 RWH, 1 underground water reservoir installed (DPHE)
378 officers and 1680 farmers trained; 4012 demos in 52 Upazilas; control

room established (DAE)


1,415 urban response agencies trained; 18,977 urban volunteer formed (FSCD)
6 training courses organized; CC knowledge network restarted, sectoral
guidelines (DoE)
>200 officers trained; DRR&CCA department action plan drafted (DoWA)
DRR &CCA content incorporated in textbooks for Class III-X (NCTB)
Officers trained; maps produced; equipment procured (GSB)
Weather modeling started (BMD)
Prediction modeling started, data collection and processing ongoing (FFWC)
Training ongoing; model villages are being developed (DLS, DOF, DAE)
Non-structural vulnerability guideline; National Crisis Management Centre
established; field hospitals under process (DGHS)

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CDMP II KEY ACHIEVEMENTS cont.


Early Warning Preparedness
Interactive Voice Recording (IVR) system
with six mobile operators
District and Upazila DMC Chair and
Member Secretary mobile phone database
for bulk SMS with emergency management
instruction
Introduced flash flood early warning with
FFWC
Ongoing model improvement to increase
flood early warning lead time from 3 to 5
days
CPP expanded to 5 new Upazilas
1,200 radio sets to 14 licensed community
radio broadcasters
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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CDMP II KEY ACHIEVEMENTS cont.


Emergency Response Preparedness
Institutionalised countrywide twice-a-year school drills
conducted drills in last IDDR and NDPD
480 teachers, 1,200 Upazila education officers and
school instructors trained on school safety drill
Emergency preparedness support to 37,000 families
2,000 improved parachutes with BAF for emergency
relief airdrop
2 airport contingency plans with staff preparedness
training
DMIC network established and expanded in all 64
DRROs, 485 PIO offices
DMIC is being transferred to DDM
NDRCC established and fully operational
Regular SitReps during disaster onset
Regular updating incident database
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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CDMP II KEY ACHIEVEMENTS


Training
1,510 of targeted 2,000 construction professionals
trained on safety construction

1,415 response professionals


19,000 of targeted 30,000 urban volunteers
6,544 CPP volunteers
60 volunteers for landslide community early warning

200+ PIOs, 8 batches on ArcGIS


1,000 Upazila DMC members

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CDMP II KEY ACHIEVEMENTS cont.


Assessment and research to generate knowledge and
scenarios
Completed 4 studies on drought, non-farm

livelihoods, drought, climate parameters and


inundation mapping;
Produced 1,700 union fact sheets
Ongoing expansion of earthquake risk and
vulnerability mapping from 3 to 9 cities
Building database for Dhaka and Chittagong
ongoing
Risk integrated Mymensingh City Development
Strategic Planning ongoing

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

LDRRF AT A GLANCE
PRINCIPLES
LDRRF is a pilot, must be exemplary
Risks as the cornerstone of
interventions
Covering all the targeted districts
Empowering the local administration
Pursuing quality and accountability
Timely and systematic
Inflow Total
ProDoc: $ 13.5m
Norway: $ 15.6m
Australia: $ 8 m

Total:

$37.1m

STATUS as of June 13
Covered 34 districts, 78 Upazilas
(in thousand USD)
and 261 Unions
Completed 42 projects and 869
schemes
Ongoing 193 projects and 1050
schemes

Year-wise Projected Expenditure (US$ in million)


Year
RRR
URR
Total
14.50
2010-12
12.0
2.5
14.00
2013
10.00
4.00
2014

5.10

1.50

6.60

2010-2015

27.10

8.00

35.10

Details of Projects with LDRRF Support


Rural Schemes
Interventions

Rural Schemes

Completed

Ongoing

Road cum
Embankment

11

118

Killa

Reverse Osmosis
Plant

Plinth Raising

109

1668

Improved Stove

Disaster Resilient
Houses

20

209

Tube-Well(D.T.W &
S.T.W)

101

672

Sanitary Latrine

480

Pond Excavation
Pond Re-Excavation

Interventions

Completed

Ongoing

Seed Money for IGA -

15

Comp. projects

35

27

PSF

80

RWH

Water Distribution

60

Retaining Wall

13

Repair of Cyc. Shltr.

13

Recharge Well

Urban Schemes
Interventions

Unit

Progress(%)

1618

Strom Sewer

26.1km

60

19

12

178

U drain, box culvert, 672m


canal excavation

36

DRH

60

Canal Re-excavation -

360

CDMP/stakeholder roles during Mahasen

6,500 CDMP trained CPP volunteers in 5 Upazilas deployed


62,500 calls to the activated IVR
10 rounds of bulk SMS from DDM to DMC officials
14 editions of DMIC SitReps and 1 update

Rapid assessment of stakeholders


preparedness:
UDMCs scored high in the performance
UDMCs are not aware enough of their SODsanctioned roles & responsibilities
UDMCs need to prepare contingency plans
with required budgets
CPP volunteers are enthusiastic but need
token incentives to keep up spirit (mobile
phone bill, quality gear, more training)

RANA PLAZA: THE LESSONS


CDMP investment payoff:
Deployment and coordination of trained rescuers from FSCD
and allied professionals
Trained urban volunteers (around 600)
Use of equipment
Appropriate search-and-rescue
methodologies
Policy and awareness imperatives:
Implementation of Building Code
Retrofitting capacity improvement
Fire and building safety awareness
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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

CUMULATIVE FINANCIAL PROGRESS


AS OF JUNE 2013

Figure in Thousand USD

S/L

Outcome Areas

Cum.
Budget

2010

2011

2012

Professionalizing the DM

Rural Risk Reduction

Urban Risk Reduction

Response Preparedness

Mainstreaming DRR/CCA

Community-Level CCA

Technical Assistance

2,210
25,416
14,221
6,206
10,765
1,750
10,112
4,527
75,207
961

109
260
22
448
104
152
1,085
508
2,688
40

242
848
359
1,186
2,600
271
1,504
41
7,050
79

315
5,525
1,859
1,072
2,353
185
1,557
863
13,729
88

200
866
3,208 9,841
1,109 3,349
310 3,016
217 5,273
83
691
607 4,753
- 1,412
5,735 29,202
34
241

39%
39%
24%
49%
49%
39%
47%
31%
39%
25%

76,168

2,728

7,129

13,817

5,769 29,442

39%

GMS
Total Donor Fund
GOB
GRAND TOTAL

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme Phase (CDMP II)


Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

2013 as
of May

Cum.
Exp.

% of
Total

GOVERNANCE SYSTEM
PROJECT GOVERNANCE
Project Steering Committee
- Multi-year work plan approval, Policy,
strategic guidance, periodic progress review

Outcome GOVERNANCE
Coordination Committee
Technical Advisory Groups

Project Board
- Quarterly workplan and progress review

Technical Working Group (TWG)


under each departments

NPD and UNDP - Annual workplan


approval

M&E GOVERNANCE

LDRRF GOVERNANCE
LDRRF Technical Review Committee

MoDMR
UNDP

National Project Director

LDRRF Approval Committee

International Project Manager

LDRRF Project Progress Review Committee

International Operation Manager

Project Implementation Committee

Outcome leads
Specialists/ Analysts

Monitoring Committee at upazila level

M&E Unit

Comprehensive Disaster
Management
Programme
Phase
(CDMPII)II)
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Disaster
Management
Programme
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Relief

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
MoDMR
Secretary DMR
DNPD
)

= Direct supervision by
PM/LEAD ADVISER

NPD

UNDP
CD & DCD (P)

DP
Dev. Partners

Proj Manager

UNDP Cluster
(Assurance function)

RRMC RBM
Monitoring Assistance

= Specialists supervision of
subordinate staff
= Overall guidance

Outcome:

2 & partly 3

LDRRF SP

Engineers
(4)

Short-term
consultants as
per need

Programme Associate

Operations Manager

Rural Risk Rd.


SP

Learning Dev.
SP

CRA Analyst

Cap. Bld.
Analyst (

Field Prog. &


Mon. Ass. (5)

Field Prog.
Mon. Ass. (1)

Knowledge
Mgt. SP

Urban Risk
Rd. SP

5
4
Org Dev SP

Intermns CO. O

Field Prog. &


Mon. Ass. (1)

Response
Prep. SP

ICT SP

CCA SP (

GIS Analyst

Adaptation
Analyst

DMIC Unit
(2 Ass.)

All

M&E SP (

Monitoring
Officer (Vacant)

Field Prog &


Mon. Ass.
(1)
Consultants for
special surveys

Prog. Assistant

Prog. Assistant

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

Prog. Assistant

Prog. Assistant

All

Comm. SP

Advocacy & Com.


Officer

STEERING COMMITTEE
1. To provide strategic guidance and policy
direction, including up-stream linkages
with policy directions and developments.

Secretary, MoDMR (Chair)


Joint Secretary (DM), MoDMR
DG, Department Disaster Management

2. To coordinate and resolve any inter


ministerial or cross-sectoral issues.

GOB: Finance Div. Planning Commission, ERD, IMED


Implementing Partner Ministry

UNDP
Development partners

3. To periodically review the overall project


progress and provide guidance on major
operational issues, including tripartite
reviews.

4. To establish and maintain linkages with


key institutions under BCCSAP.
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European Commission (EC)


UK Aid (DFID)
Swedish International Development Cooperation
Agency (Sida)
Norwegian Embassy
Australian Aid (AUSAID

CSOs
Observers by invitation
NPD, CDMP II (Member Secretary)

PROJECT COORDINATION COMMITTEE

To review & input AWP

To review QWP

Coordinate Focal Points.

To review progress and resolve


issues

To address broader coordination

To supervise knowledge and


learning

To regularly update on progress


and key issues.

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NPD, CDMP II (Chair)


Program Manager, UNDP
Development Partners (as and when required)
Focal Points (as and when required)
Project Manager, CDMP II (Secretary)

LDRRF COMMITTEES

Approval Committee

NPD (Chair)
UNDP Ast. Country Director
DG, DDM
CSO
Proj Mgr (Member Secretary)

Technical Committee

Proj Mgr (Chair)


Director, DDM
UNDP Prog. Mgr
CSO
LDRRF Mgr (Member Secretary)

Review Committee

Joint Secretary (DM)


Chief Planning
Director DDM
LDRRF Mgr (Member Secretary)

Upazilla Monitoring Team

PIC

UP Chairman
UP Members
Social Elites

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QUALITY ASSURANCE MECHANISM


Technical Advisory Groups (TAG) in partner Depts

DG
PD
Project Leader
CDMP Focal Point
Task Technical Advisory Group (TAG) for specific purposes (projects

and studies/researches)
Experts
Project personnel

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

OVERSIGHT MECHANISMS
1. GOB
FAPAD
IMED
ERD

2. MoDMR:
Monthly Coord. Meeting
DPA
Divisional bi-monthly Coordination
Meeting

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1. UNDP

Annual Review
Quarterly reports
Missions

2. Dev. Partners

Audits
Missions

Joint
Medium Term Review

Planning Flow
Project Document - TAPP

Multiyear Budget

Quarterly Work Plan

Quarters Budget

Annual Work Plan

Years Budget

Outcome Plan

Outcome Budget

Activity Plan
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Activity Budget

Delivery Mechanism
Implementing Departments/Ministries
Implementing institutions (Universities, NGOs, etc.)
LDDRF contracts
City Corporations/Municipalities

Upazilla DMCs
Union DMCs
NGOs

Instruments
-MOUs
-LOAs
-Financial Agreements
-Outsourcing under the PPR

Outsourcing to specialised agencies/Institutions


Collaborations (UN Projects, I/NGOs)
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Procurement Modalities
National Execution (GOB/NPD under the PPR)
Grants
Contracts
Operational
Direct Country Office Support (UNDP)
Capital investment / equipment
Larger technical procurements
+ Personnel recruitment
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CDMP II

www.cdmp.org.bd

OVERSIGHT, M & E
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Deliberately structured installments


Exercising frequent visits by CDMP
Engaging Upazila officials through phone/emails
Encouraging partners visits/engagement
Activating local level oversight mechanisms with / through
the PICs and DMCs (participatory M&E)
6. Implementing activity/process tracking and result
monitoring framework
7. Evaluating outcome of completed projects

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

EXTERNAL REVIEWS
ROM-EU (2011)
ICAI-British Parliament (2011)
UNDP Regional Technical Reviews (2010, 2011,
2012)

Mid Term Review (2012)

FAPAD Annual Audit (2010, 2011, 2012)


DFID Annual Reviews 2011, 2013
CDMP Impact Assessment - ongoing

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Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief

Thank you
For more information contact:
Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP II)
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Disaster Management & Relief Bhaban (6th Floor)
92-93 Mohakhali C/A, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh
Tel: (+88 02) 989 0937, 882 1255 Website: www.cdmp.org.bd
Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme Phase (CDMP II)
Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief