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With the release of the IPCC Summary for Policymakers (SPM) in 2021, it is clear that we can expect more frequent and intense meteorological and hydrological events due to human-induced climate change. As Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) practitioners, it is imperative that we take a moment to look at how we can further enhance and strengthen the work that we have done to prepare for this eventuality.
As part of the ADPC Alumni family, we would like to hear from you and get your perspective on this important issue. We would like to ask you to send us one question for each stage of the disaster risk management cycle (mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery) that you feel we should ask ourselves to properly reflect the gaps/needs/priorities of vulnerable communities/government agencies/stakeholders in disaster resilience.
ADPC will collect all the questions and then share the consolidated list of 100 priority questions on strengthening disaster resilience as the first phase of the campaign. We will further engage our alumni in the second phase of the campaign to jointly set a course to tackle these 100 questions.
We very much look forward to your input and suggestions to work towards our common vision of safer communities and sustainable development through disaster risk reduction.
We would like to request you to provide your information below and fill in the questions and then click submit.

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* 4. Your question for each stage of the DRM cycle

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