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National NGO Task Force on Disaster Management

To promote CBDRM in all spheres of Disaster Management
Guiding Principles
 The National NGO Task Force on Disaster management will be guided by
Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM).
 This will also be the National Level Platform for GO – NGO Coordination in the
field of Disaster Management.
 The National Level Task Force will facilitate & support the formation of similar
task forces at state & district levels.

1. Mapping of NGOs at State and District Levels.
2. Training & Capacity Building of various stakeholders.
3. Mainstreaming vulnerability reduction through CBDRM in Civil Society
4. Assisting the transition from relief codes to Disaster Management codes through
Policy & Guidelines.
5. Guidelines for GO-NGO collaboration.
6. Providing assistance in setting up NGO Task forces at state & district levels.
7. Integrating CBDRM in development programs.
8. Strengthening disaster preparedness, mitigation & effective response in State &
9. Setting up working groups on specific themes to include Broad Based
Participation of Civil Society Organisations.

Advisory/Advocacy Role
1. Co-ordination with Govt. and other stake holders in the field of disaster
2. Information sharing, documentation and dissemination, knowledge sharing,
networking and technical support (National Resource Centre on Disaster
3. Training and Capacity Building (modules for training)
4. Help INGO’s/NGO’s articulate their CBDRM policies. (Member institutions to
develop within six months, an internal policy paper on CBDRM)

Criteria for Membership

1. Maximum of 20 members in the National Task Force.
2. The secretariat for the National NGO Task Force will be hosted at NDMA.
3. International, National, local NGO’s and networks which are active at national,
state and district level , undertaking DM initiatives in Preparedness, Capacity
Building, Mitigation & Response including reconstruction programmes with
potential for replication.
4. Organisations committed to CBDRM & having scope for wider dissemination and
replication of CBDRM practices
5. Organisations which have responded to a few major disasters.
6. Having the ability to dialogue and liaise with government and other stakeholders
on Disaster Management and related policy issues.
7. Having demonstrated ability in training & Capacity building.

Modality of Functioning
 Initial period of membership should be for a period of two years with the
possibility of renomination.
 Task Force to have a steering group of 4-5 members. For matters of functionality,
the SG members should be Delhi based. Member, NDMA would chair the
meetings. In the absence of Member, NDMA the meeting can be chaired by one
of the members of SG or anyone else nominated by the SG.

The proposed list of Institutions and individuals to be the members of the Task
9. RVC
10. RedR India
12. World Vision
13. Indian Red Cross Society
14. BJS
16. MHA, GoI
17. NIDM
18. Ramakrishna Mission
19. VANI
20. SPHERE India

Capacity Building
 Training Types:
 Training of Trainers (4-5 Days)
 Orientation of CBDRM (2-3 Days)
 Workshops for stakeholders (1 Day)
 Resource Institutions/Individuals (NIDM, DISHA, RedR, ATIs)
 Resource Materials
 Training design / Modules
 Roadmap for trainings
 Mapping CBDRM initiatives – to be done concurrently

Roadmap for trainings

 3 Most vulnerable districts in 5-7 vulnerable/hazardous states (Assam, Orissa,
Bihar, West Bengal, UP, Tamil Nadu & A.P)
 1st six months focusing on floods, flood recovery & cyclones