This case study highlights:
-The wide partnership which collaborates and coordinates to bring about this community flood resilience program initiative in 21 communities along 3 river basins in West Java, Indonesia. The partnership involves private sector, national and local government agencies, as well as academic institutions.
-Innovation required in this program, particularly in risk mapping, in using tools and online applications such as JOSM, QGIS and InaSafe. The baseline survey is conducted using mobile-based application called Open Data Kit, to tailor to the complexity of urban context.
The initiative is a part of the multi country project of the Zurich flood resilience alliance, and currently conducted in four countries: Indonesia, Mexico, Nepal and Peru.
Usage: Learning from experience
Audience: National Societies staff and NGO staff
You might be interested in these resources:
- Community Early Warning Systems: Guiding Principles
- Ten steps to creating safe environment – from awareness building to integration into PMI services