Information  Governance  for Disaster Risk Reduction - GIDRM Report

Report from  Global Initiative on Disaster Disk Management

“This information governance (IG) guidance targets disaster risk management (DRM) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) leaders and practitioners in government agencies at the national and sub-national level and across sectors, horizontally and vertically. This includes government collaboration  partners  for  DRM  data  and  information  such  as  the  National  Statistics  Offices  (NSOs), Planning and Finance departments, Information Technology (IT) and others. The document further aims to guide global and regional development partners and others who support data, information, and technology approaches. 

This  publication  has  been  developed  based  on  stakeholder  consultations  and  research  within the Global Initiative on Disaster Risk Management (GIDRM), an initiative commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by  the  GIZ.  GIDRM  supports international  and  national,  governmental  and  non-governmental stakeholders in their efforts to strengthen coherent planning, implementation and reporting on DRR towards the goals of global development agendas. The global agendas include the Sendai Framework  for  Disaster  Risk  Reduction  (SFDRR),  the  Paris  Agreement,  the  Agenda  2030  also known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), the New Urban Agenda and others.  “

>   note the strong recommendation for Business Processes Management 
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