Chad

Emergency Organization Plan

Executive
Plan
DRM/DRR Framework
Passed in 2014
The aim of Chad's Emergency Organization Plan is to facilitate the mobilisation and early engagement of extra resources when ordinary means of emergency response are exceeded by the scale of a disaster or by the number of victims. The plan specifies two more specific objectives that stem from this: defining a permanent framework for organising and coordinating emergency relief and early recovery operations, and reducing the impact of disasters and building the resilience of Chad. The plan identifies multiple impacts of climate change as risk factors for Chad, including desertification, drought, and flooding. It states that the government will mainstream climate change adaptation into its disaster risk management planning, as well as specific measures to combat each risk factor during the different stages of disaster management, from preparedness to response to relief to recovery.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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