Posted: June 2nd, 2015
Session Guide: Session 6 Day 2
Measuring resilience – are the tools there?
Developing tools to measure resilience
DEVELOPING THE ‘PEOPLES’ RESILIENCE FRAMEWORK FOR DEFINING ANDMEASURING DISASTER RESILIENCE AT THE COMMUNITY SCALE
POPULATION AND DEMOGRAPHICS
ORGANIZED GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
LIFESTYLE AND COMMUNITY COMPETENCE
ARTICLE WILL BE IN THIS LINK http://peoplesresilience.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/2010_Renschler_PEOPLES_Resilience.pdf
Indicators. Elizabeth Jordan1 and Amy Javernick-Will 2012
India city profile: climate and disaster resilience
Assessment Task 3: Major Assignment
The topic for this Major assignment has a focus on the measurement of disaster resilience in a community.
Details of task:
There is only ONE topic for this major assignment. However, the topic is in three parts.
Review the Characteristics of a Disaster Resilient Community, using the Australian National Strategy for Disaster Resilience and the key references in Session 6 on day 2 of the on-campus block. Select and justify what you feel are the 6 key characteristics of a Disaster Resilient Community.
You will find characteristic under this headline : 2 WHAT DOES A DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITY LOOK LIKE?
Compare and contrast 3 of the models for measuring disaster resilience in a community which were outlined in Session 6 on day 2 of the on-campus block ie Torrens Institute Model, Cutter’s Model and the ‘PEOPLES’ Model. Identify:
Using the Model you chose in Part 2,
suggest how you would implement that model to measure disaster resilience in Your own community in your respective country ( SAUDI ARABIA – JEDDAH FLOODS).
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