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Outcome-2: Rural Risk Reduction
 
OUTCOME 2
Reduced risk to rural populations through structural and non-structural interventions, empowerment of rural communities and improved awareness of, and planning for, natural hazard events, including the likely impacts of climate change   
 
Output 2.1    Strengthened institutional capacity of DDMC, UzDMC and UDMC
 
Activities
2.1.1    Review and support integration of Disaster Management in local development planning
2.1.2    Adaptive technology transfer and capacity building
2.1.3    Review preparation of DMC guidelines
2.1.4    Support local disaster management coordination
2.1.5    Public private partnership for local development
 
 
Output 2.2      Focused risk reduction and adaptation support provided to vulnerable communities through expansion and integration of CRA/RRAP within local level planning
 
Activities
2.1.1    Revise and consolidate the CRA and RRAP methodologies to include a more robust adaptive, gender and livelihoods analysis framework, and a household level vulnerability assessment
2.1.2    As an initial priority, expand CRA/RRAP across 40 most hazard-prone districts (2,000 Unions)
2.1.3    Finance small-scale structural works through the LDRRF mechanism.
2.1.4    Improve linkages to local level planning at union, upazilla and district levels to mobilise block grant funding and other government resources for the implementation of RRAPs.
 
 
 
Output 2.3      Disaster risk reduction into the microfinance sector included to improve asset building and lower the financial impacts of disasters at the household level  
 
Activities
2.2.1    Develop strategy and engage with the apex microfinance institution (to be decided in the inception workshop) and partners to include disaster risk reduction into lending policies and approaches
2.2.2    Pilot a programme in seven districts to increase disaster resilience in relevant areas of micro-finance for different hazard types, including weather-indexed insurance for the poorest people
 
 
 
Output 2.4      Livelihood security and adaptation strategies for specific marginalised groups in 40 districts are in place
 
Activities
2.3.1   Undertake risk assessments and prepare RRAP for fisher folk communities in coastal areas, and develop a toolkit to address climate change impact.
2.3.2    Undertake risk assessments and prepare RRAP for riverine char, and char based potential high risk/vulnerable areas, and develop a toolkit to address climate change impact.
2.3.3    Undertake risk assessments and prepare RRAP for people living in saline prone areas, and develop a toolkit to address climate change impact.
2.3.4   Undertake risk assessments and prepare RRAP for people living in waterlogged areas, and develop a toolkit to address climate change impact.
2.3.5    Undertake risk assessments and prepare RRAP for cottage industries (e.g. handloom workers and weavers), and develop a toolkit to address climate change impact.
2.3.6    Undertake risk assessments and prepare RRAP for the socially disadvantaged Adivashi group, and develop a toolkit to address climate change impact. 
2.3.7   Create a social safety net for communities vulnerable to coastal and river bank erosion, with emphasis on access to common property resources, to reduce poverty by involving Disaster Management Committees at union, upazilla and district levels.
2.3.8   Develop and pilot risk reduction strategies for the highly vulnerable livelihood groups
 
 
 
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