Name of the activity: Minutes After Disaster

Country/NMO: India (MSAI)

Program: Emergency, Disaster Risk & Humanitarian Action

Contact information: [email protected]

Type of the activity: Campaign. Combination of education and advocacy. Campaigns create awareness in society about a certain topic (education aspect) and try to funnel this awareness into pressure on the decision makers to adapt policies accordingly (advocacy aspect).

General description:

MINUTES AFTER DISASTER

The world we are living in today is afflicted with the rapidly changing climate – we are at the highest rate in the probable history to be struck with a disaster.

It can happen anytime, anywhere.

What do you do then? How do you save yourself?

Minute After Disaster is a ‘Disaster Relief Project’.

The most crucial part of Surviving a Disaster is the immediate sequence which follows after disaster involving – Evacuation and circumstances in Evacuation Centres .

Our Project focuses on these Instructions and Circumstances- so you know how to survive through a disaster and it’s immediate after math.

Topics Focused on :

1) Evacuation

2) Evacuation Centres –

a) Sanitation

b) Health

c) Food and Nutrition

d) People and Environment

3) Sustainabality

Focus area:

Access to care in disaster/emergency contexts

Problem statement:

MINUTES AFTER DISASTER

The world we are living in today is afflicted with the rapidly changing climate – we are at the highest rate in the probable history to be struck with a disaster.

It can happen anytime, anywhere.

What do you do then? How do you save yourself?

Target groups:

Medical students, Healthcare Students, Doctors, Other health professionals

Beneficiaries:

General population, Medical students, Healthcare Students, Other health professionals, Children, Youth, Migrants, Refugees, Homeless people

Objectives and indicators of success:

Objectives

1: To spread awareness about Disaster and Risk management indicators of success: active participation, increased frequency of events

2. Enable students to know what to do during crisis. Indicators – post event form answers

3. Make the students prepared for disasters : activities and interactive sessions

Methodology:

1.PowerPoint presentation and visual interactive sessions

2. Stimulated activity and question answer sessions

3. Pre and post event forms

Plans for evaluation:

1. Pre and post event forms

2. Question answers sessions

3. Active participation