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Имрўз аз љониби кумитаи тадорукоти Љамъияти Њилои Ањмари Тољикистон (ЉЊАТ) иќдомоти иттилоотї дар Донишкадаи забонњои ба номи Сотим Улуѓзодаи шањри Душанбе баргузор гардид.

Маќсад аз барпо намудани чунин чорабинї – ин пањнкунии иттилотт оид ба Њаракати байналмиллалии Салиби Сурх ва Њилоли Ањмар, фаъолияти ЉЊАТ ва њамкоронаш дар ЉТ ва дар маљмўъ тарѓибу ташвиќи љавонон бањри дастгирии ниёзмандон, пирони барљомонда, шахсони яккаву танњо буд.

Намояндагони расмии Донишкадаи забонњо ва ЉЊАТ чорабиниро њусни оѓоз бахшида, донишљўёнро ба амали башардўстї њидоят намуданд. Њамчунин, аз љониби њамоњангсозони барномањои ЉЊАТ оид ба таърих ва фаъолияти Љамъияти Њилоли Ањмари Тољикистон, фаъолияти барномањои он ба њозирин маълумоти муфассал дода шуд.

Дар чорабинї лавњањои муфид ва филмњои љолиб аз љониби маркази иттилоотии ЉЊАТ намоиш дода шуд.

Љамъияти Њилоли Ањмари Тољикистон њамеша бањри дастгирии ањолии ниёзманд кўшиш ба харљ медињад. Аз ин лињоз, ЉЊАТ-ро дастгирї намоед то ба табаќањои ниёзмандтарини ањолї, ќишрњои осебпазири кишвар тавассути кормандони бахшњо ва ихтиёриёни љамъият, ки дар тамоми шањру навоњии љумњурї фаъолият менамоянд, бештар кўмак расонад.

Ин иќдомот аз љониби устодон ва донишљўёни Донишкадаи забонњои ба номи Сотим Улуѓзода пазирфта шуда, онњо ин амали хайрхоњонаро њамаљониба дастгирї намуданд.

Бояд ќайд намуд, ки чунин чорабинињо дар якќатор донишгоњу донишкадањои шањри Душанбе ба наќша гирифта шудааст ва намояндагони ЉЊАТ бо навбат ба макотиби олї барномањои худро муаррифї менамоянд.

ЉЊАТ ба роњбарияти Донишкадаи забонњои ба номи Сотим Улуѓзода барои дастгириашон дар ташкили ин чорабинї изњори сисосгузорї намуда, умед ба њамкорињои ояндаро дорад.

Н. Аминзода – масъули иттилоти ЉЊАТ

ш. Душанбе, 11.04.с.2014

Общество Красного Полумесяца Таджикистана (ОКПТ) открыло сегодня 10 апреля свой информационно-обучающий центр для трудовых мигрантов и их семей в городе Курган-Тюбе. Центр заработал при поддержке представительства Международной Федерации Обществ Красного Креста и Красного Полумесяца в Таджикистане (МФОКК И КП).

Как сообщили «АП» в представительстве МФОКК и КП, потенциальные трудовые мигранты, возвратившиеся мигранты, а также члены их семей имеют возможность получения бесплатных консультаций о ВИЧ/СПИДе и правовых основах получения медицинской помощи в России. Также здесь можно получить консультации по правовым вопросам, и вопросам здравоохранения, а также бесплатно обучаться русскому языку и работе с компьютером и новейшими коммуникационными интернет-технологиями для поддержания связи со своими близкими.

Данный центр открылся при финансировании российской ОО «СПИД инфосвязь» в рамках российской программы «Оказания содействия странам Восточной Европы и Центральной Азии по борьбе с инфекционными заболеваниями».

Целью проекта является повышение качества жизни трудовых мигрантов и членов их семей из сельской местности путем улучшения их доступа к медико-социальным услугам и правовой информированности.

В рамках этого проекта предусматривается два взаимодополняющих компонента: информационно-просветительская деятельность среди населения, с особым фокусом на сообщества трудовых мигрантов, а также оказание лечебно-диагностической помощи населению специалистами мобильного лечебно-профилактического комплекса, деятельность которого осуществляется и координируется ОО «Амирджон».

Открытый в Курган-Тюбе информационно-обучающий центр является восьмым по счету таким центром ОКПТ в республике. Первые подобные центры были открыты в 2009 году в административных центрах районов Восе, Пяндж, Ашт, Рошткала, и Шахристан. В 2013 году, при финансировании Европейского Союза в дополнении к уже существующим центрам, были открыты два новых центра для трудовых мигрантов в городах Душанбе и Хорог. Данные центры в разные годы были профинансированы Европейским Союзом, Норвежским Красным Крестом, а также DFID. В период 2009-2013 годы более 20 тыс. трудовых мигрантов и члены их семей были охвачены услугами данных центров по всей республике.

Информационно-Ресурсный центр ОКПТ

Генеральный Секретарь ОБЩЕСТВО КРАСНОГО ПОЛУМЕСЯЦА ТАДЖИКИСТАНА (ОКПТ) в составе группы начальника отдела управление при Чрезвычайной ситуации (ЧС) и медико-социальных программ и координатора программы информирование население по минной безопасности ОКПТ с 08 по 28 апреля принимают участие на региональном семинаре «Строительствo нового подхода гуманитарной деятельности Обществ Красного Креста и Красного Полумесяца в Азиатских и Европейских странах» в Китайской Народной Республики.

На семинаре Национальными Обществами будут представлены презентации по реализации гуманитарной деятельности и проектов направленных на ЧС, Развитие и Здравоохранение.

09 апреля, в рамках партнерского сотрудничества Генеральный Секретарь ОКПТ Мухаббатов Зафар Хукумович провел встречу с госпожой Чжао Байге, вице Президента Общества Красного Креста Китая и одновременно Вице президента Международной Федерации Красного Креста и Красного Полумесяца. На встрече были обсуждены вопросы стратегического планирования двух Национальных Обществ Красного Креста и Красного Полумесяца (КК и КП) в рамках стратегии 2020 Международной Федерации Обществ КК и КП.

В ходе беседы Генеральным Секретарем так же были обсуждены вопросы обновления, гармонизации и разработки новых механизмов работы в предоставлении гуманитарной помощи и защиты во время чрезвычайных ситуаций и кризисов.

Генеральный Секретарь ОКПТ в целом отметил, что участие на глобальных встречах, совместное сотрудничество и партнерство, объединение усилий и обмен опытом сильных Национальных Обществ, позволит лучше и больше работать с уязвимыми людьми, адаптируясь к местным нуждам и потребностям. Таким подходом Национальные общества КК и КП станут более эффективно выполнять свою вспомогательную роль перед правительствами своих стран и станут более надежными партнерами для других гуманитарных организаций и агентств по развитию.

Информационно-Ресурсный Центр ОКПТ

г. Душанбе, 09 апреля 2014 г.

As part of the development of a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction, the second regional consultation meeting for the Central Asia and South Caucasus countries met for the second time in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 1-2 April 2014. The Governments of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan attended along with disaster risk reduction experts from other stakeholders including international organizations, donors, UN Resident Coordinators, NGOs and civil society. More than 160 representatives attended the consultation (Annex I). UNISDR and the Government of Kazakhstan co-hosted the consultation.

Central Asia and South Caucasus countries experience many hazards and are particularly susceptible to floods and earthquakes. Over a 30-year period from 1980, 14 million people were hit by 131 major disaster events with economic losses of an estimated USD3.8 billion. The major hazards are of regional character, which requires strengthening cross-border coordination and exchange of information on sub-regional and regional level. The countries share the need in education, training, technologies and methodologies in risk and loss assessment, inclusion of all sectors and all population groups and sectors of economy in disaster risk reduction, as well as their protection and building their resilience. Addressing these and other needs and gaps is crucial for ensuring sustainable development of the region and of each of the countries.

A post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction to be considered at the 3rd UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Sendai, Japan on 14-18 March 2015 will help to refocus regional efforts and provide guidance, actions and commitments to reduce risks and build resilience. The consultations for the countries in the Central Asia and South Caucasus region reflected on the existing Hyogo Framework of Action and developed recommendations for consideration as well as volunteer commitments to assist in the implementation of a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.

The two day consultation included one day of thematic and stakeholder consultations that have been prioritized over the last few years in Central Asia and South Caucasus countries including:

local governments; risk information; education and training; NGOs and civil society; gender; safe schools and hospitals; regional cooperation; water-related disaster cooperation. The second day focused on statements and commitments from Governments, the thematic groups and the stakeholders.

II. Summary of Recommendations

Within the two days of consultations a number of results and some overarching messages; ten general recommendations for a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction; and a number of specific recommendations on thematic and cross-cutting areas were developed. The recommendations reflect the current priorities of the Central Asia and South Caucasus countries on reducing the risk of disasters and protecting their populations.

A. Overarching Messages

Future generations must have a safer and resilient planet.

Disaster risk reduction is development that builds a safer and more resilient planet.

The integration of disaster risk reduction into the post-2015 development agenda and climate agreements is therefore fundamental for a sustainable future.

B. General Recommendations

1. Develop long term disaster risk reduction and climate adaptation programmes at national and local level. Ensure inclusion of disaster risk reduction approach to overall development programmes and plans.

2. Local level risk management and development of resilient cities should be linked to and harmonized with the national development plans.

3. Risk assessment and the governing of risk should be integral to development planning.

4. Formulate and implement national level policy on disaster risk reduction.

5. Ensure greater coordination of roles and efforts between ministries of emergency situations with other ministries, public authorities, private sector and NGOs at the national and local level.

6. Ensure connection between national level planning, monitoring and review and a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction and other relevant international agreements.

7. Further improve and strengthen policies, legal regulations and law in disaster risk reduction.

8. Disseminate knowledge and experience on disaster risk reduction gained from HFA implementation.

9. Engage stakeholders and make special efforts to include media and the business sector in disaster risk management planning and partnerships.

10. Recognize that recovery is an opportunity to build back better and reduce the vulnerabilities of countries. An internationally agreed framework for cooperation that covers recovery will be useful in assisting disaster-affected nations both in guidance and to help build more capacity.

C. Specific Recommendations

The thematic and stakeholder groups’ consultations also provided a number of specific recommendations for consideration for a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction. They reflect the work and priorities of disaster risk reduction in Central Asia and South Caucasus.

In the Summary Report, these have been grouped on the specific themes of: information and risk assessment; education and training; safe schools and hospitals. Then there were also a set of cross-cutting recommendations which were evident in many of the consultation reports and statements including around: capacity building; inclusiveness; gender and the role of women; measures for success and accountability (monitoring and indicators); and, regional cooperation.

Information and risk assessment

• Provide access to timely, reliable and objective information on risks and hazards ahead of disasters, as well as life-saving information during and after disasters.

• Take measures for targeted development of coordinated methods/approaches on risk assessment and simulation, application of remote monitoring methods and disasters forecasts, damage and loss analysis with the aim of effective disasters risk management.

• Create specialized programs for risk assessment and information management.

• Promote and ensure collection, analysis and dissemination of sex and age disaggregated data on disaster risks, occurrence, impact and losses at all levels (including in line with the new indicator system on disaster risk reduction).

• Risk and vulnerability assessments to be gender-based and include gender-analysis.

• Use modern technologies for hazard monitoring and early warning of population.

• Provide technical and financial support from the specialized agencies of the United Nations and from the developed countries in the field of remote sensing.

• Establish platforms for information generation and exchange between countries of the Central Asia and South Caucasus region.

Education and training

• Continue to implement the Priority 3 of the current HFA applying systematic approach to build a culture of safety.

• Conduct advocacy for awareness raising on disaster risk reduction.

• Design education and training courses and programme development on disaster risk reduction for universities, training institutes and centres of excellence. Ensure maximum involvement of scientific and technical institutions in the design.

• Develop and enhance standards/guidance on implementation of disaster risk reduction in educational institutions.

• Share the best practices in education for disaster risk reduction in the countries at risk.

• Conduct education and training courses and programmes on gender equality and women's productive role in DRR and resilience building.

• Promote disaster risk reduction in education through youth, youth networks and high school students, including using the peer education methodology.

Safety of schools and hospitals

• Adapt vulnerability assessment of educational institutions to disaster risks and assessment tools to local contexts.

• Implement national programs to ensure structural and non-structural safety of schools.

• Review the building codes to introduce the low cost seismic proof schools.

• Introduce disaster risk reduction at the pre-school level.

• Promote the message of a healthy person is a more resilient person in a disaster context.

• Continue to focus on safe hospitals and the provision of medicines and adequate health insurance coverage in the event of a disaster.

(iv) Capacity development in disaster risk reduction

• Developed countries to provide technical and/or financial assistance in the application of innovative methods for disaster risk reduction.

• Develop capacities of teachers and professionals responsible for disaster risk reduction.

• Strengthen the potential and capacities of women to be actors and implementers for the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction and sustainable development goals.

• Build capacities of people at local level on methods for acting in emergency situations.

• Establish systems and mechanisms for continuous learning and training on DRR for all stakeholders groups.

• Make information on disaster risk management, lessons learned and best practices in disaster preparedness, response, and recovery and risk reduction readily available.

Inclusiveness and special groups

• Consider the population as a system consisting of various community groups.

• Consider the needs and priorities of special groups, groups with special needs (such as elderly, children, and people with disabilities).

• Take measures for enhancing the capacity and infrastructure improvement in order to reduce exposure and vulnerability of local communities in particular those experiencing the greatest inequality and exclusion.

Strengthening the role of women

• Ensure women’s participation and representation at all levels of decision-making and coordination processes.

• Ensure harmonization and implementation of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction and the sustainable development goals agenda through harmonization of earlier pledged national commitments for gender equality and women's empowerment (such as Beijing Action Plan, CEDAW).

• Integrate gender perspectives in all national policies and plans on disaster risk reduction.

• Introduce measures to ensure prevention of discrimination and violence on women and girls in order to reduce risk and vulnerabilities in the context of disaster risk reduction.

Regional cooperation

• Enhance the sub-regional cooperation to fill the gaps in information and knowledge by bringing greater synergy and collaboration among the existing sub-regional cooperation arrangements already in place to address the trans-boundary zones of high seismic activity, flooding, GLOF, and drought.

• Take measures on development of national and regional targeted programs aimed at creation of concerted approaches for inter-sector interactions and regional cooperation on water issues, water related disasters.

• Introduce measures to build regional cooperation on interconnected issues essential for sustainable development such as: food and energy security, gender equality; sanitation and hygiene; adaptation to climate change; border cooperation; and peace building.

• More concerted efforts should be made to strengthen the institutional capacity of subregional/regional institutions and deepen the political commitments for making the existing sub-regional cooperation arrangements more effective.

Measures for success and accountability (monitoring and indicators)

• Ensure better monitoring and implementation of recommendations and state decisions with clear indicators for disaster risk reduction and sustainable development goals.

• Support the development of clear and measurable indicators reflecting integration of disaster risk reduction into education policies.

• Include gender-sensitive indicators to monitor and track progress.

• Increase the accountability of countries for implementation of international commitments on gender equality through gender mainstreaming into national policies, strategies and plans for sustainable development and disaster risk reduction.

Summary of Volunteer Commitments

The volunteer commitments below were extracted from government statements and the consultations on the themes and stakeholders during the meeting. Many of the commitments require further clarification in terms of who, when and the inclusion of some performance benchmarks of the commitments. The region, under the guidance of the UNISDR secretariat, will continue to work with stakeholders to fine-tune commitments for the region to implement and present to the 3rd UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in March 2015.

We, the participants of the Central Asia and South Caucasus Regional Consultation Meeting on a Post-2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, commit to…

• Join our efforts to provide the future generations with a safer and resilient planet.

• Raise awareness on progress and effective implementation of practical measures outlined

in post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction to achieve greater security and stability in our countries and the world as a whole.

• Actively engage government agencies and structures in the Central Asia and South Caucasus region to support and contribute to the development and implementation of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.

• Work towards greater regional cooperation for information sharing on common regional challenges of disaster risk reduction and resilience building.

• Be ready for the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction and give our full support for continued cooperation with UNISDR.

• Ensure harmonization and implementation of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction and sustainable development goals through harmonization of earlier pledged national commitments for gender equality.

• Be more actively engaged in development of long-term disaster risk reduction and development, programmes and national plans.

• Include and/or integrate disaster risk reduction into development plans for cities, municipalities and local governments.

• Provide support and contribute to the development and effective implementation of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction at national and local levels.

• Effectively organize and conduct regular disaster risk reduction education and capacity development programmes and events for the people, government officials and specialists both at national and at local level and set up an effective system for professional education for all stakeholders.

• Support establishment of effective disaster risk reduction volunteer movement and training mechanism for the volunteers.

• Promote education, school safety and public awareness in post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.

• Mainstream and scale up education policies and plans related to disaster risk reduction.

• Support implementation through integration of disaster risk reduction into national and sector policies and standards to achieve gender equality through conducting education and training courses and programmes.

• Support gender related aspects and the potential role of women as main actors in the implementation of a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.

• Disseminate and share information on a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction among the youth.

• Greater allocation and public investments aimed at reducing water-related disasters.

• Support the development and implementation of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction and actively participate at the 3rd World Conference in 2015.

• Confirm and commit our full support for continued fruitful cooperation with UNISDR as guardian of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.

• Support and personally contribute to the implementation of the agreed proposals and the recommendations we have made and presented at this conference to be considered for development and shaping of the post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.

Nodir Aminzoda, Communication Program Coordinator RCST

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