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Probabalistic Risk Assessment

Feb. 14, 2014, 3:22 a.m.

Probabalistic Hazard and Vulnerability Risk Assessment workshop was held in Serena Islamabad from 1st to 5th July, 2013. National working group members and scholors from academia participated in workshop
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Flood Risk Assessment

Jan. 28, 2014, 10:28 p.m.

Two days Workshop on Flood Risk Assessment to be organized for the NWG member in CDA Islamabad. Detail Information and agenda will be available soon...
  • Earthquake Risk Assessment

    Two days Workshop on Earthquake Risk Assessment to be organized for the NWG member in CDA Islamabad. Detail Information and agenda will be available soon...
  • Flood Risk Assessment

    Two days Workshop on Flood Risk Assessment to be organized for the NWG member in CDA Islamabad. Detail Information and agenda will be available soon...
  • Meeting on Risk Assessment Project

    Meeting was organized between NDMA, World Bank, CDA and Network of Disaster Management Practitioners (Pvt.) Ltd on Risk Assessment Project and involvement of CDA as NWG member.
  • Meeting

    Meeting has been planned during Feb between NDMA, GSP, PMD, SUPARCO, WB and Network of Disaster Managment Priv PVT LTd to nominate focal persons for the risk assessment project and active involvement of the se organizations during the project phase.
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Pakistan Disaster Info is a nationally owned, open source data platform that aims to enable the mandated agencies to share their geospatial datasets and maps on hazards and exposure. In order to ensure that risk information is widely accessible to all decision makers, this platform will also host newly developed datasets, hazard and risk information. This project is being supported by Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR), World Bank and Department for International Development (DFID) under the “Development of a National Platform for Risk Assessment and Catastrophe risk financing Programme in Pakistan” which aims to implement risk identification and financing framework that will encourage data-driven analysis and lead to a reduction in disaster risk over the long term. The programme will test the use of evidence-based risk analysis in public policy making through a series of interventions to
  1. Povide risk information,
  2. Train users, and
  3. Improve decision-making systems in disaster risk management.