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The ASEAN CSS Mapping Study ASEAN SAFE SCHOOL INITIATIVE (ASSI)
AADMER Work Programme 2010 -2015 • • Risk Assessment, Early Warning & Monitoring Prevention and Mitigation Preparedness and Response Recovery AADMER Work Programme 2016 -2020 • • • Risk Assessment and Awareness Prevention and Mitigation Preparedness and Response Recovery Knowledge and Innovation Management
Opportunities and Priorities: ASSI Now & Future AADMER WP 2016 -2020 in concurrence with the newly adopted SFDRR (new Working Group on Knowledge and Innovation Management). – Joint endorsement of the ASEAN Common Framework for CSS by the Education and DM sectors. – Strengthening of knowledge and good practices exchange mechanism among AMSs (ASSI KM/COM) – Strengthening ASEAN capacity on SS and development of pool of trained SS experts/practitioners
The ASEAN Common Framework for CSS • Elaborates the operationalisation of the CSS Framework into workable plans and programmes for the ASEAN context in concurrence with global efforts for integrating DRR in the education sector • Strategically guide DRR integration in the education sector through comprehensive interventions, unified actions and synergy at different levels (school, sub-national, regional)
The ASEAN School Safety/DRR in Education Mapping Study • A region-wide mapping of school safety efforts or any initiatives relating to DRR in education. • To survey, examine, and document policies, guidelines, programmes or projects, tools and resources for the advancement of school safety in the ASEAN region • To provide an overview of CSS implementation in both country and regional levels and to effectively assess progress on SS and address identified gaps.
Why is the ASEAN CSS Mapping important? • Information will serve as a baseline on the status of CSS implementation for each of the ASEAN member states, and for the region as a whole, to assess progress. • Support the proper rollout of the ACFCSS at the country and regional levels. • Mapping activity results can also serve as inputs to the national reports for the AADMER Work Programme 2016 -2020 Priority Programme 2: Build Safely. • The baseline information gathered can facilitate the identification of national targets on CSS in compliance with the education sector targets of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR).
What to Map/Survey? • CSS-related policies, strategies, guidelines, and frameworks adopted (or currently being drafted) at the national or subnational levels in the 10 ASEAN Member countries; • CSS/DRR in education-related national or sub-national programmes or projects implemented or ongoing in all 10 ASEAN member countries (2010 to present); • CSS/DRR in education national level activities implemented or ongoing in any of the 10 ASEAN member countries; • Publication or resource materials related to CSS or DRR in education developed for and used in any of the 10 ASEAN member countries; and • ASEAN regional level documents, frameworks, guidelines, projects and activities related to CSS/DRR in education.
Basic Data to Gather: • Title of the Programme/Project/Policy, Tool, Resource etc. • Brief Description • Year of implementation • Proponent/Partners/Donors • Other relevant information • References to the different components of the CSS: • • • Child-centered all-hazards risk assessment, Enabling environment (Information, Advocacy, Partnerships, Capacities, etc. ) Pillar 1 – safe school facilities, Pillar 2 – school disaster management, Pillar 3 – risk reduction and resilience education
Data Gathering Design • Across the 10 ASEAN Member States • Two Survey Tools (online and paper based format) 1) Questionnaire for Policies 2) Questionnaire for Programmes, Projects, Tools, etc. (Sample Tool) • Primary Respondents: 1) 2) 3) 4) education ministries national disaster management agencies, other relevant government agencies, Non-government and inter-governmental organisations • Data Gathering: ASSI PMT; Country Consortium Partners; ASEAN MOEs & NDMOs
Expected Outcome • Overview of different policies, frameworks and strategies on SS in the region • Documentation of different programmes, projects and any initiatives on SS in each ASEAN country (2010—present) • List of available resources, tools, or any materials related to SS • List of agencies, organisations, groups, etc. who works for or are involved in the advancement of school safety in the region.
Target Timeframe Outputs/Deliverables 4 3 1. Development and Mapping/Survey Tool pre-testing Oct Sep of 1 2 Nov 3 4 1 2 Dec 3 4 1 2 2. ASSI Consortium Partners Orientation 2. Data collection/Survey (Country & Region) Collation of survey results, review, and cleaning Report Writing 2.