The World Bank has partnered with EMI to develop a Case Study on the ongoing post-Yolanda recovery effort in the Philippines.
The project supports the National and local authorities of Bangladesh in the development of an earthquake resilience strategy.
The Project Evaluation and Monitoring System for DRRM (PEMSD) aims to be the Philippine Government’s web-based one-stop-shop coordination and M&E system on all pre and post disaster-related programs and projects carried out across the country.
A Comprehensive Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan was completed for the city. It includes detailed risk assessments for quake and flood hazards; determination of hotspots; a six-year investment plan with priorities and monitoring and evaluation mechanisms; put in place an emergency management system; the development of a City Risk Atlas and Profile; and conduct of training activities.
A study on the structural, non-structural, and functional capacity of 192 hospitals to assess their preparedness to natural hazards and prepare for health emergencies. Hospitals are ranked according to their compliance to about 200 indicators, and recommendations are made to improve safety and preparedness.
The project implemented RSLUP in Nepal. Together with the National Society for Earthquake Technology (NSET), EMI provided technical support through consultations, dialogues (two rounds), advocacy and planning for integration of land use planning in local planning processes and building by-laws in selected municipalities.
The Pasig City Resilience to Earthquakes and Floods Project developed a disaster risk reduction and management plan for managing the earthquake and flood risks of the city through the support and involvement of the various local stakeholders.
A comprehensive research study to analyze regional current practices and advise IFRC on possible strategies, programmatic directions and urban resilience activities in the Asia Pacific region. The study considers climate change issues as well as the preparedness, mitigation, prevention, response, and early recovery elements practiced by the IFRC and its partners.
The World Health Organization (WHO), through its Centre for Health Development (WHO/CHD), commissioned EMI to undertake an assessment of the health emergency preparedness and response capabilities of Makati City, Philippines as a case study of a particular urban setting.
The project supported the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) in the design and set up of a DRM Office that would oversee the DRM activities in the city.