Chris Piper is a multi-skilled Global Humanitarian Practitioner (GHP); Community Engagement Practitioner (CEP); Teacher/Trainer/Facilitator; Bangladesh/Rohingya Expert; and Bushfire Recovery Adviser (BRA). Follow the links to these five profiles below:
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About Chris Piper
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Entries by Chris Piper
In May 2018, Chris carried out a one day Disaster Risk Management (DRM) program for BRAC in Cox’s Bazar, as part of his assignment there with UNDP. Enclosed is a summary of that one day DRM workshop, this including recommendations for future similar workshops.
Enclosed is a customised TorqAid Humanitarian & Development Bibliography, with details highlighted of material relating to earthquakes and tsunamis. This includes publications on: – General information (by ACAPS & ALNAP) – The 2018 Sulawesi earthquake/tsunami, and Lombok earthquake – The 2018 PNG earthquake – The 2015 Nepal earthquake – The 2011 Japan earthquake, tsunami & […]
Included here is a link to the TorqAid Global Humanitarian & Development Bibliography, with references highlighted which relate to Community Developnment (CD), Project Management, Participation, and Training The non-customised version of this bibliography can be found in the TorqAid Toolkit
Enclosed here is the link to the TorqAid Humanitarian & Development Agencies Directory, with a highlighted focus on Community Development (CD), Project Management (PM), Participation, and Training. This overall directory (minus the highlights) can be found in the Torqaid Toolkit – see link below
Follow the link below for the 2021 Participatory Disaster Risk Management (PDRM) Teaching Framework. This consists of four components: – The Intended Outcome of the PDRM online, accredited, program – The Material covered in the PDRM – The Teaching Framework by which this Material is covered -The material covered in the key 15 teaching Zoom […]
This short section on Humanitarian Standards and Codes of Conduct is covered in Module 1 of the online Participatory Disaster Risk Management (PDRM) program. Follow the link below to the PDRM. The section Humanitarian Standards and Codes of Conduct includes an overview of the historical development of humanitarian, as well as development of more recent […]
Note the article below on global disaster statistics over the period 2000-2019. This summarises the number of natural disasters over this period, together with people killed and affected, and damage caused. This material is covered in Module 1 of the online Participatory Disaster Risk Management (PDRM) program. Press the link below for a copy of […]
The 2020 online Participatory Disasater Risk Management (PDRM) program can be found at the link below. This includes separate links to a Registration Form and Assignment. The link below includes other details relating to the PDRM, particularly those relating to registration dates; time commitments; and documentation including Certificates of Completion .
Enclosed below is an agency directory, particularly for some key organisations involved in the Recovery Stage of the 2019/2020 Australian bushfires scenario. This has been updated as at June 2020.