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The programme is directly aligned to Priority Outcomes 1 and 4 of the enhanced CDM Strategy and Programming Framework. Specifically, the programme encompasses elements designed to achieve sufficient progress in the output level results of Priority Outcome 1 in its entirety and selected output level results of Priority Outcome 4.

In terms of Priority Outcome 1 - Enhanced institutional support for CDM Program implementation at national and regional levels, the programme is articulated to support the achievement of the following output level results:

  • Output 1.1 National Disaster Organizations are strengthened for supporting CDM implementation and a CDM programme is developed for implementation at the national level
  • Output 1.2: CDEMA CU is strengthened and restructured for effectively supporting the adoption of CDM in member countries
  • Output 1.3 Governments of Participating States/Territories support CDM and have integrated CDM into national policies and strategies
  • Output 1.4: Donor Programming integrates CDM into related environmental, climate change and disaster management programming in the region
  • Output 1.5: Improved coordination at national and regional levels for disaster management
  • Output 1.6: System for CDM monitoring, evaluation and reporting is being built

In terms of Priority Outcome 4, Enhanced community resilience in CDEMA states/ territories to mitigate respond to and recover from the adverse effects of climate variability and change and disasters, the programme is articulated to support the achievement of the following output level results:

  • Output 4.3: Communities are more aware and knowledgeable on disaster management and related procedures including safer building techniques
  • Output 4.4: Standardized holistic and gender sensitive Community Methodologies for natural and anthropogenic hazard identification and mapping, Vulnerability and Risk Assessments and Recovery and Rehabilitation procedures developed and applied in selected communities



 

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