WRC5 | Institutional Arrangements for Managing Complex Crises

How institutions are set up to respond, recover and rebuild from complex crises plays a critical role in recovery and reconstruction. Institutions with recovery responsibilities must be identified or established for streamlining or fast-tracking recovery processes. They must be properly resourced to manage and implement what can be long and difficult recovery efforts. This involves clarifying roles and responsibilities across agencies and government partners. Clarity about each institution’s responsibilities is needed to reduce duplication and associated costs, and integrate activities across recovery. Confirming institutional arrangements and clarifying roles/responsibilities is critical at the national, local and community levels. Program implementation requires clear mechanisms to coordinate across private and public sectors, communities, and markets.

The session will share experiences in managing recovery from complex crises. It will focus on successful institutional arrangements, management practices and other innovative solutions to identify elements that can be replicated or adapted to a range of contexts.

Ms. Zoe Trohanis, Lead DRM Specialist, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, World Bank

Mr. Ronald Jackson, Head of the Disaster Risk Reduction, Recovery for Building Resilience, UNDP, and Chair of the International Recovery Platform Steering Committee

Mr. Jarwansah, SPd. MAP, MM, Deputy for Rehabilitation and Reconstruction, BNPB (NDMA), Government of Indonesia

Mr. Krishna Vatsa, Member, National Disaster Management Authority, Government of India

Mr. Banak Joshua Dei Wal, Director General, Disaster Management, Government of South Sudan
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