The 2nd Asian Science and Technology Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction on 17-18 of April 2018 was organised by UNISDR with support from IRDR and other partners, which aims to renew the commitment to the accelerated implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 as the pivotal means to achieve the goals of sustainable development and resilience. The conference generated an outcome document, which reaffirms the importance of the twelve actions identified in the First Asian Science and Technology Conference for Disaster Risk Deduction in 2016, and added two more actions, emerged from this conference.

The purpose of this survey is to collect feedback about the 14 actions from a wide range of stakeholders. The analyses of the survey will be presented at the Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction on 03- 06 July 2018, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Additionally, we will make the results available through the IRDR website.

 The below survey consists of 2 sections: (I) General Information (II) The 14 actions based on the 4 priority areas of the Sendai Framework.

The estimated time for completing the survey is approximately 10-15 minutes.

If you have any difficulties in interpretation of terminologies, please refer to the definitions of UNISDR on disaster risk reduction via the link: https://www.unisdr.org/partners

Note: This survey is in cooperation with ASTAAG.

Part I: General information

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* 5. What type of stakeholder would you prefer to identify yourself? 

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* 6. Your email address?

Part II: The 14 actions for Science and Technology based on the 4 priority areas of the Sendai Framework
Priority 1: Understanding Disaster Risk

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* 7. Which action do you think in Priority 1 is the most relevant to your work from your professional activities?

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* 8. Which of the following four resources is the most necessary one for each action?

  Technical resources Government/ legal resources Human resources Financial resources
Action 1
Action 2
Action 3
Action 4

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* 9. What else could be done from your professional standpoint in Priority 1?(no more than 30 words)

Priority 2: Strengthening Disaster Risk Government to Manage Disaster Risk

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* 10. Which action do you think in Priority 2 is the most relevant to your work from your professional activities?

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* 11. Which of the following four resources is the most necessary one for each action?

  Technical resources Government/ legal resources Human resources Financial resources
Action 5
Action 6
Action 7

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* 12. What else could be done from your professional standpoint in Priority 2? (no more than 30 words)

Priority 3: Investing in Disaster Risk Reduction for Resilience

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* 13. Which action do you think in Priority 3 is the most relevant to your work from your professional activities?

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* 14. Which of the following four resources is the most necessary one for each action?

  Technical resources Government/ legal resources Human resources Financial resources
Action 8
Action 9
Action 10
Action 11

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* 15. What else could be done from your professional standpoint in Priority 3? (no more than 30 words)

Priority 4: Enhancing Disaster Preparedness for Effective Response and to “Build Back Better” in recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction

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* 16. Which action do you think in Priority 4 is the most relevant to your work from your professional activities?

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* 17. Which of the following four resources is the most necessary one for each action?

  Technical resources Government/ legal resources Human resources Financial resources
Action 12
Action 13
Action 14

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* 18. What else could be done from your professional standpoint in Priority 4? (no more than 30 words)

Thank you for your input!

Please contact Fang LIAN (connect@irdrinternational.org), if you have any questions about this survey.

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