Read stories from the community first responders and hospital staff trained under the Program for Enhancement of Emergency Response (PEER).
This week, ODI’s blog series examines how politics affect advancing integration. Specifically, how a new political environment may be the best time to make strides in disaster preparation efforts.
ADPC conducted a four-day training course on ecosystem resilience from 25–28 August 2014. The training course was part of the AusAID funding program on “Mainstreaming Climate Information Application for Enhancement of Ecosystem Services and Functions for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in Nilawala and Mekong River Basins in Sri Lanka and Vietnam.”
ADPC’s Executive Director Shane Wright discusses issues surrounding the management of the fire service with Deputy Prime Minister in Nepal.
On Thursday morning, 14 August 2014, ADPC organized its annual office merit making ceremony intended to usher in another propitious year for the organization. During the ceremony, 5 monks were invited to ADPC’s main office in Bangkok.