Shelter Meeting 11a

<p>&nbsp;</p><p><img style="width: 700px; height: 80px;" src="/sites/default/files/images/banner_for_webpage.png" alt="" /></p><p><strong>Shelter Meeting 11a, themed 'Agreeing a Recovery Plan', took place on 12th and 13th May 2011 in Geneva, hosted by UNDP and funded by DFID.</strong></p><p><em>&nbsp;&nbsp; The Next Shelter Meeting is scheduled for November, 2011.</em></p><p><img style="margin: 10px; width: 300px; float: left; height: 160px;" src="/sites/default/files/images/sm11a_photo.jpg" alt="" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Shelter Meeting 11a</strong> was attended by representatives from four United Nations bodies, three Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, as well as the leading International NGOs and independent consultants. Also in attendence were three leads of IASC Clusters, who offered personally updates on progress within their clusters, with two further leads sending their apologies.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Remote participation</strong> was strong, in addition to those present in Geneva, with 16 attendees from 10 &nbsp;different countries including:&nbsp;</p><p>Somalia</p><p>The Netherlands</p><p>The United States</p><p>Haiti</p><p>Videoconferencing during the Advisory &nbsp;Group Meeting on CORE Training in South East Asia allowed for participation from Bangkok and India.</p><p><strong>Thursday’s highlights</strong> included a keynote address by &nbsp;UNDPs Kamal Kishore and a&nbsp;break-out group session led by Graham Saunders (IFRC), who spoke about regulatory barriers to meeting post-disaster shelter and settlement needs. &nbsp;The discussion which followed drew upon personal field experience and case-studies. Presentations to the plenary resulted in productive and creative solutions to overcome regulatory barriers.</p><p><strong>Friday's presenation</strong>s continued to follow the SM11a theme of “Agreeing a &nbsp;Recovery Plan,” &nbsp;featuring presentations on <strong>i</strong>ncluded those led &nbsp;by the Hossein Kalali and Angela Arenas. The UNDP representatives spoke about &nbsp;Community Level Infrastructure and Pre-disaster Recovery &nbsp;Planning, respectively.&nbsp; These presentations were followed by constructive break out group discussions.</p><p>Isabelle &nbsp;Demuyser-Boucher, representing UN/OCHA, made &nbsp;an &nbsp;announcement on the Timber Guidelines publication, &nbsp;and &nbsp;David Sacca and Vidar Glette gave a substantive and &nbsp;well-recieved presentation on handicapped accessibility in &nbsp;emergency and post-disaster situations.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p><em><strong style="text-align: justify;">Shelter Meeting 11a Agenda and Downloadable Presentations &nbsp;</strong></em></p><table style="width: 732px;" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" align="left"><tbody><tr><td style="width: 50px;" colspan="2" bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>Day 1, Shelter Meeting 11a, Thursday 12th of May 2011</strong></span></td></tr><tr><td style="width: 50px;"><span style="color: #98b0d6;"><span style="color: #000000;">13:15&nbsp;</span><strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;</strong></span></td><td><strong>Arrival and Coffee&nbsp;</strong></td></tr><tr><td>14:15&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td><strong>Welcome, agenda &amp; introduction</strong>&nbsp;- Tom Corsellis, Shelter Centre</td></tr><tr><td>14:30</td><td><strong>Welcome address</strong> - Kamal Kishore, UNDP</td></tr><tr><td>14:45</td><td><a href="/resource/pilot-transitional-shelter-north-east-afghanistan"><strong>A pilot transitional shelter for north-east Afghanistan</strong></a>&nbsp;- Mark Wooding, Medair</td></tr><tr><td>15:00 &nbsp;</td><td><a href="/resource/cendep-update-shelter-learning"><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-weight: 800;">CENDEP update: Shelter Learning&nbsp;</span></a>- Charles Parrack, CENDEP</td></tr><tr><td>15:10 &nbsp;</td><td><a href="/resource/shelter-research-unit-documentation-effort-update">Shelter Research Unit Documentation Effort Update</a> -<span style="color: #000;"> Jeroene Quanjer and Kaat Boon, Benelux Red Cross</span></td></tr><tr><td>15:25&nbsp;</td><td><a href="https://www.humanitarianlibrary.org/resource/progress-developing-common-global-humanitarian-technical-library"><strong>Progress in developing a common global humanitarian technical library</strong></a><a href="/resource/passa-participatory-approach-safe-shelter-awareness">&nbsp;</a>- Emanuel Souvairan, Shelter Centre</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>15:35 &nbsp;</strong></span></td><td bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>Coffee Break</strong></span></td></tr><tr><td>16:00</td><td><a href="/resource/community-integrated-approach-transitional-shelter-programming">Community Integrated Approach in Transitional Shelter Programming</a> - Nuno Nunes, IOM</td></tr><tr><td>16:10</td><td><strong>Introduction to the afternoon session: Regulatory barriers to meeting post disaster shelter &amp; settlement needs - What are the problems, what can be done</strong> - Graham Saunders, IFRC</td></tr><tr><td>16:15</td><td><strong><a href="/resource/introduction-new-msf-construction-manual">B</a>reak-out groups: Discussion around regolatory barriers as well as creative solutions developed to overcome such barriers</strong> - led by&nbsp;&nbsp;Graham Saunders, IFRC</td></tr><tr><td>17:00</td><td><strong><a href="/resource/transitional-tents-project">F</a>eedback</strong>&nbsp;- moderated by&nbsp;Graham Saunders, IFRC</td></tr><tr><td>17:25</td><td><strong>End of day&nbsp;</strong></td></tr></tbody></table><p><em>&nbsp;</em></p><table style="width: 732px;" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" align="left"><tbody><tr><td style="width: 50px;" colspan="2" bgcolor="#98B0D6"><strong style="color: #f0f8ff;">Day 2, Shelter Meeting 11a, Friday 13th of May 2011</strong></td></tr><tr><td style="width: 50px;">09:00</td><td><strong>Arrival and coffee</strong></td></tr><tr><td>09:10</td><td><a href="/resource/regional-humanitarian-capacity-building-workshops">Regional Humanitarian Capacity Building Workshops </a>- Alistair Hung, Shelter Centre</td></tr><tr><td>09:45</td><td><a href="/resource/shelter-and-settlements-working-group-update">1</a><a href="https://www.humanitarianlibrary.org/resource/1st-europe-central-asia-housing-forum-and-announce-upcoming-3rd-asia-pacific-housing-forum">st Europe &amp; Central Asia Housing Forum, and announce of the upcoming 3rd Asia Pacific Housing Forum</a>&nbsp;- Robin Black, Habitat for Humanity</td></tr><tr><td>10:05</td><td><a href="/resource/community-level-infrastructure">Community Level Infrastructure</a> - Hossein Kalali, UNDP&nbsp;</td></tr><tr><td>10:35</td><td><strong><a href="/resource/livestock-sheltering">T</a>imber Guidelines</strong>&nbsp;- Isabelle Demuyser-Boucher, UN/OCHA&nbsp;</td></tr><tr><td>10:50</td><td><a href="/resource/environmental-accountability-nrc-core-activities">Environmental Accountability (in NRC Core Activities)</a> -&nbsp;Øyvind Nordlie, NRC&nbsp;</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>11:00</strong></span></td><td bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>Coffe Break</strong></span></td></tr><tr><td>11:30</td><td><strong>Updates from the CCCM, Early Recovery, Protection, Shelter ans WASH Clusters</strong><a href="/resource/ecb-project">&nbsp;</a>-<strong>&nbsp;</strong>Cluster Leads</td></tr><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><strong>Early Recovery</strong>&nbsp;- Ivan Draganic, UNDP</td></tr><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><strong>Camp Co-ordination and Camp Management Cluster (CCCM)</strong>&nbsp;- Nuno Nuses, IOM</td></tr><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><strong>Emergency Shelter</strong>&nbsp;- Saijad Malik, UNHCR</td></tr><tr><td>11:50</td><td><a href="/resource/wash-cluster-update">T</a><a href="/resource/sphere-project-update">he Sphere Project Update</a>&nbsp;- Martin Fisher, The Sphere Project</td></tr><tr><td>11:55</td><td><a href="/resource/cooking-shelter-how-can-we-do-it-better">Cooking &amp; Shelter: how can we do it better?</a> - Charles Kelly &amp; Erin Patrick&nbsp;</td></tr><tr><td>12:00</td><td><a href="/resource/emergency-shelter-transitional-shelter-sheltering-finding-definitions">Emergency Shelter, Transitional Shelter, Sheltering: finding definitions </a>- Simone Van Dijk, Eindhoven University of Technology</td></tr><tr><td>12:05</td><td><a href="/resource/transitional-shelter-guidelines-and-consultation">Transitional Shelter Guidelines and Consultation (followed by a Q&amp;A Session)</a> - Nuno Nunes, IOM &amp; Joanna Read, Shelter Centre</td></tr><tr><td>12:15</td><td><a href="/resource/standardising-me-disaster-recovery-satellite-technology">Standardising M&amp;E for Disaster Recovery with Satellite Technology</a> - MIchael Ramage, ReBuilDD</td></tr><tr><td>12:30</td><td><a href="/resource/pre-disaster-recovery-planning">Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning</a> - Angela Arenas, UNDP</td></tr><tr><td>12:45</td><td><strong>Plenary Introduction: Breakout Groups</strong> - Hossein Kalali, UNDP</td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>13:00</strong></span></td><td bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>Lunch&nbsp;</strong></span></td></tr><tr><td>14:05</td><td><strong>Breakout Groups - Agreeing a recovery plan</strong></td></tr><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><strong>Structure of the plan</strong></td></tr><tr><td>&nbsp;</td><td><strong>Infrastructure</strong></td></tr><tr><td><strong>&nbsp;</strong></td><td><strong>Capacity building</strong></td></tr><tr><td><strong>&nbsp;</strong></td><td><strong>Disaster sensitive building codes</strong></td></tr><tr><td><strong>&nbsp;</strong></td><td><strong>Needs assesent</strong></td></tr><tr><td>14:45</td><td><strong>Feedback - 5 minutes presentations from breakout groups&nbsp;</strong></td></tr><tr><td>15:10</td><td><strong>Conclusions</strong></td></tr><tr><td bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>15:30</strong></span></td><td bgcolor="#98B0D6"><span style="color: #f0f8ff;"><strong>Coffee Break&nbsp;</strong></span></td></tr><tr><td>16:00</td><td><a href="/resource/recovery-planning">Recovery Planning</a> - Lee Malany, USAID</td></tr><tr><td>16:15</td><td><a href="/resource/manual-about-accessibility-emergency-and-post-diaster-situations">Manual about accessibility in emergency and post diaster situations </a>- David Sacca &amp; Vidar Glette, Independent</td></tr><tr><td>16:45</td><td><a href="/resource/mapping-shelter-care">CARE Update </a>- Lizzie Babister, CARE</td></tr><tr><td>16:50</td><td><a href="/resource/transitional-tent-concept">Transitional Tent Concept</a> - Harry Crofton, Shelter Centre</td></tr><tr><td>17:00</td><td><a href="/resource/literature-review-shelter-after-disaster">Literature Review for "Shelter After Disaster"</a> - Andrew Cusack, Shelter Centre</td></tr><tr><td>17:20</td><td><a href="/resource/humanitarian-yellow-pages-0">Humanitarian Yellow Pages</a> - Joseph Oliveros &amp; RIchard Quaderer</td></tr><tr><td>17:30</td><td><a href="/resource/good-practice-guidelines-safer-more-sustainable-construction">Good Practice Guidelines for Safer, More Sustainable Construction</a> - Sarah Ernst, ASF</td></tr><tr><td>17:45</td><td><strong>End of day</strong></td></tr></tbody></table><p><em>&nbsp;</em></p><p><strong>Participants</strong></p><p>Oyvind Nordlie, NRC</p><p>Jim Kennedy, Independent</p><p>Charles Parrack, CENDEP, Oxford Brookes University</p><p>Aynur Kadihasanoglu, Non-Profit</p><p>Simone van Dijk, Eindhoven Technical University</p><p>Lokuju Peter, Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW)</p><p>Robin Black, Habitat for Humanity</p><p>Mark Wooding, Medair</p><p>Martijn Dalhuijsen, IASC</p><p>David Sacca, Independent</p><p>Elizabeth Palmer, UNHCR</p><p>Joseph Ashmore, Independent</p><p>Brenda Coughlan, DFID</p><p>Laura Heykoop, Habitat for Humanity International</p><p>Takuya Ono, IOM Haiti</p><p>Vidar Glette, Independent</p><p>Alexander Angermaier, Caritas Switzerland</p><p>M.G.D.N. Cox, Eindhoven University of Technology</p><p>Tim Haas, Eindhoven University of Technology</p><p>Blezel Laetitia, Handicap International</p><p>Shailesh Kataria, RICS Disaster Management Commission</p><p>Thomas Whitworth, EWB-UK</p><p>Mario Flores, Habitat for Humanity International</p><p>Sam Carmalt, Independent</p><p>Michael Ramage, University of Cambridge</p><p>Roger Dean, Independent</p><p>Kristina von Petersdorff, Independent</p><p>Mark Hopley, UNHCR</p><p>Eleanor French, Independent</p><p>Lee Malany, USAID</p><p>Graham Saunders, IFRC</p><p>Hossein Kalali, UNDP</p><p>Isabelle Demuyser-Boucher, UN/OCHA</p><p>Joseph Oliveros, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne</p><p>Richard Quaderer, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne</p><p>Elizabeth Babister, CARE</p><p>Charles Kelly, Independent</p><p>Sajjad Malik, UNHCR</p><p>Ivan Draganic, CWGER</p><p>Jeroen Quanjar, Benelux Red Cross</p><p><strong>Remote Participants via Webex</strong></p><p>Morten Petersen (Kenya)</p><p>Kate Houghton (Germany)</p><p>Hikaru Kitai (United Kingdom)</p><p>Jaques Samson (Canada)</p><p>Mohamed Hilmi (USA)</p><p>Richard Lorenz (The Netherlands)</p><p>Alison Killing (United Kingdom)</p><p>Timothy Mutunga (Somalia)</p><p>Sarah Ernst (United Kingdom)</p><p>Rebecca Ridgway (United Kingdom)</p><p>Jean-Samuel Coste (Switzerland)</p><p>Coen Wan den Brand (The Netherlands)</p><p>Gareth Lewis (Haiti)</p><p>Sandra Sudhoff (France)</p><p>Andrew Lamb (United Kingdom)</p>