MOVE UP – DILG LGA Executive Webinars (Part 2): Presentation Decks on The Urban Resilience Model, Shock-Responsive Social Protection, and the BREADY Project
The Moving Urban Poor Communities in Mindanao towards Resilience Project (MOVE UP Mindanao) is an urban resilience project which aims to contribute to the resilience building of urban poor populations to withstand and manage the impact of disasters. It aims to strengthen urban disaster preparedness, response, and management capacity of the national, sub-national, and local government units (LGUs), and other stakeholders through the adaption and/or replication of tested urban resilience strategies.
MOVE UP- Mindanao project advocates, among others, the strengthening of shock responsive social protection mechanisms to help reduce vulnerability and support timely recovery in the event of shocks and stresses.
In partnership with the Department of Interior and Local Government – Local Government Academy, the project aims to share its lessons learned, good practices, and innovations gathered and tested from its experience in working with urban poor communities to contribute to the large-scale resilience-building effort.
MOVE UP- Mindanao is implemented by a consortium of international non-government organizations which includes Plan International Philippines, Action Against Hunger, and CARE Philippines with its local partner ACCORD Inc. Funded by the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), the project is currently implementing in 9 LGUs in Mindanao.
BACKGROUND OF THE SESSION
Effective social protection is critical to reduce vulnerability and support timely recovery. However, to date, national systems have been too underdeveloped or not flexible enough to allow them to expand before or during emergencies.
This webinar will discuss the basic concepts of shock-responsive social protection and the MOVE UP projects strategies in its goal to help LGUs strengthen their social protection mechanisms to respond to and recover from shocks and stresses.
This webinar will also share some good practices at the local level in implementing anticipatory action strategies in the context of disaster risk reduction and management.
This session was aimed at the following objectives:
1. Provide an overview on the basic concepts of shock-responsive social protection; and
2. Share good practices in implementing Disaster Risk Reduction and Management strategies in the context of social protection from local experiences.
These presentations used during this learning session are as follows:
- The Urban Resilience Model and Basic Concepts of Shock-Responsive Social Protection
by Mr. Roger Cabiles, Head of Project and Consortium Manager, MOVE UP-Mindanao Project, Action Against Hunger Philippines
This presentation describes the MOVE UP project’s Urban Resiliennce Model, its tried and tested model for disaster resilience developed through years of working with urban poor communities and local government units. It also explores the basic concepts of shock-responsive social protection, its difference to social protection, basic social services, disaster response, and the legal bases and frameworks which support its implementation. Moreover, the interconnectedness of these two strategies is also explored.To access a copy of this presentation, please click this link.
- BREADY Project Presentation
by Mayor Melchor Llego Mergal, Municipal Mayor, Salcedo, Eastern SamarThis presentation shares the inspiring and good practice of Salcedo, Eastern Samar in the implementation of its pre-emptive cash transfer program with the help of the BREADY Project by Oxfam and Plan International Philippines. Mayor Melchor Mergal shares the processes they’ve undergone to implement the program, including their realizations and challenges.
To access a copy of this presentation, please click this link.
- SRSP Synthesis
by Mr. Arnel Sanchez, Social Protection Specialist, MOVE UP – Mindanao Project, Plan International PhilippinesThis presentation summarizes the points raised during the webinar and highlighted certain challenges in the implementation of shock-responsive social protection projects in the Philippines.To access a copy of this presentation, please click this link.
To learn more about the MOVE UP Project, you can also check out www.rilhub.org/move-up/ .