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MARTA IN BANGLADESH — CELEBRATES : UN CHOOSES EIGHT COMMUNITIES AS CHAMPIONS OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION

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From: Shaila Shahid <imshaila@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, Oct 13, 2015
Subject: {Women_Major_Group} FW: [DRRMEDIA] Press Release: UN CHOOSES EIGHT COMMUNITIES AS CHAMPIONS OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
To: “women_major_group@googlegroups.com” <women_major_group@googlegroups.com>
Cc: “sascha.gabizon@wecf.eu” <sascha.gabizon@wecf.eu>, “eleanor@wedo.org” <eleanor@wedo.org>

Dear Women Advocates on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction,

I am very pleased to share you the Press Release of UNISDR that the rural community I belong in Bangladesh has been declared as the Global Champion on Disaster Risk Reduction today on the eve of International Day of Disaster Reduction (IDDR) 2015 by UNISDR, Geneva office.  The UN chooses the community of East Sujonkathi Govt. Primary School’s Somaj, Bangladesh along with other 7 communities around the globe, as a Champion of disaster risk reduction. Please be informed that the community has been nurtured by a tiny Farmers’ Research Institute named Krisoker Sor (Farmers’ Voice) where Md. Zakir Hossain acting as key facilitator of the community and I am working as a Volunteer of the community as well as the research institute. The Press Release issued by UNISDR on 13th October is attached with the mail for your reference and the story on Knowledge for Life on the Bangladesh Coast of East Sujonkathi community also attached. Please also note that on behalf of the rural community I have submitted the Nominations to UNISDR to be considered for Knowledge for Life Quest: The Champion on Disaster Risk Reduction.

You will find the UN Press Release and further information in the link below:

Press Release: http://www.unisdr.org/archive/46167

Bangladesh story of East Sujonkathi Govt. Primary School’s Somaj: http://www.unisdr.org/archive/46104

http://www.preventionweb.net/english/professional/news/v.php?id=46176

The community website: https://farmersvoice.wordpress.com/

Best regards,

Shaila (Working as a Volunteer of the community)

Shaila Shahid 

Team Leader

Gender and Water Programme Bangladesh (GWAPB)

Gender and Water Alliance

House-16, Road-30, Gulshan-1, Dhaka-1212

Phone  01791 403846 (Office); Mobile 01730089983

E-mail : shaila.shahid@gwapb.org

Skype : shaila.shahid

Website: www.genderandwater.org

Shaila Shahid

From: UNISDRcomms <unisdrcomms@un.org>
Date: Tue, Oct 13, 2015
Subject: [DRRMEDIA] Press Release: UN CHOOSES EIGHT COMMUNITIES AS CHAMPIONS OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
To: DRRMEDIA-L@groups.preventionweb.net

UN CHOOSES EIGHT COMMUNITIES AS CHAMPIONS OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
13 October 2015, GENEVA – Eight communities living with the threat of floods, storms, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions were today recognised as Champions of Disaster Risk Reduction by the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR).
The head of UNISDR, Margareta Wahlström, said: “Today we mark International Day for Disaster Reduction by highlighting communities around the world that have demonstrated the ability to live with risk through their local, traditional and indigenous knowledge.”
“These communities in Bangladesh, Cameroon, Colombia, Italy, UK, Philippines, Sudan and Vanuatu are on the front line of extreme weather and seismic events. They all have one other thing in common and that is social cohesion which is vitally important in reducing disaster losses. Sustainable development and the eradication of poverty are not possible without such efforts to manage disaster risk.”
At an event in Geneva to mark International Day, the following communities were recognized as champions:
Bangladesh – East Sujonkathi for its engagement of children in environmental protection and recovery efforts after Cyclone Sidr;
Cameroon –  the residents of Nkolbikok, in the capital Yaoundé, for  reducing the risk of floods and epidemics by harnessing community volunteers to clear drainage ditches and  create a rubbish-disposal system;
Colombia – the indigenous people of Nasa, threatened by an active volcano and other hazards, for their risk management and local development  initiatives;

Italy – the Italian Province of Potenza was recognized as a champion for its Network of Resilience among 100 municipalities cooperating on earthquake safety and other  initiatives;

UK – East Salford for multiple initiatives against the risk of flooding and for involving both youth and older persons;

Philippines – The Ifugao tribe for putting their traditional knowledge to work in protecting the environment and the 2,000 year rice terraces of the Cordilleras, a UNESCO world  heritage site;

Sudan – the people of Tuti Island live in harmony with the river Nile and their traditional systems of flood warnings have ensured little or no loss of life in major flood events;

Vanuatu – the value of traditional cyclone shelters and other buildings proved their worth when the archipelago was hit earlier this year by Category 5 Cyclone Pam.

UNISDR also joined the French and the Philippines Missions in Geneva and the French Agency for Development (AFD) for the official opening of Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s new exhibition of photographs:  “Sixty solutions against climate change”. The exhibition will run for one week, from the 13-20 October, on the Passerelle of the Palais des Nations, the United Nations’ office in Geneva.

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About UNISDR: UNISDR is the UN office dedicated to disaster risk reduction. It is led by the Special Representative of the Secretary General for Disaster Risk Reduction and supports implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030, which seeks the “substantial reduction of disaster risk and losses in lives, livelihoods and health and in the economic, physical, social, cultural and environmental assets of persons, businesses, communities and countries.    

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No Name City Corporation

Feedstock  MSW

Quantity Par Day
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Municipal solid waste

2,500 MT
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Municipal solid waste

2,500 MT
03 Sylhet City Corporation

Municipal solid waste

500 MT
04 Khulna City Corporation

Municipal solid waste

500 MT
05 Rajshai City Corporation

Municipal solid waste

500 MT
06 Gazipur City Corporation

Municipal solid waste

500 MT
07 Barishal City Corporation

Municipal solid waste

500 MT
07 Rongpur City Corporation

Municipal solid waste

500 MT
08 Nariangonj City Corporation

Municipal solid waste

500 MT
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Municipal solid waste

500 MT

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