Issue Brief No. 3


Improving Coordination for More Efficient and Effective Disaster Management Planning | 2 Pages

In 2020, SIAP SIAGA undertook research to better understand the processes of and challenges for government communication and decision-making related to disaster management. The overall finding was there was unclear consensus (in law) on who should be responsible for what: Where does planning need to be coordinated? Where does implementation need to be coordinated? And for both questions, how does this happen and who is involved at all stages of the disaster management cycle: preparedness, response, and recovery. This issue demonstrated the continued challenges around the coherence of the disaster management system, lack of clarity of roles and responsibilities and ad hoc communications and decision making that continued to create bottlenecks to effective coordination of disaster management preparedness, response, and recovery.

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