Shelter Meeting 08b

This meeting was hosted by MSF Belgium.

The agenda for days 1 and 2 of Shelter Meeting 08b presented below links to pages summarising each presentation, usually also including for download a copy of the Power Point used.

Day 1, Shelter Training 08b, Thursday 20th November 2008

09:00 arrival and coffee
09:30 Welcome, agenda and housekeeping, Tom Corsellis, Shelter Centre
09:45 Keynote speech, speaker Jérôme Michon, MSF
10:00 Feedback and action arising from the Humanitarian shelter and climate change conference, Karen Walker, ProAct Network
10:30 Alternatives to Camps, Martin Suvatne & Øyvind Nordlie, NRC

11:00

coffee
11:30 Recent field-level responses and coordination issues, Graham Saunders, IFRC
12:00 4 Break out Groups
12:30

Introduction to afternoon breakout groups:
Transitional Settlement and Reconstruction and Natural Disasters

1. Eleven strategic planning steps, Antonella Vitale, Shelter Centre

2. Six reconstruction options, John Adlam, DFID

3. Twelve assistance methods, Tom Corsellis, Shelter Centre

4. Seven toolkits, Muyser-Boucher, UN/OCHA

13:00 lunch
14:00 4 parallel breakout groups
15:00 Feedback of actions to the plenary of the 4 breakout groups

 

15:45

coffee
16:15 Learning in safer environments, Sandra d'Urzo, Independent
16:45 Introduction to Shelter Standards, Tom Corsellis, Shelter Centre
17:30 close

Day 2, Shelter Meeting 08b, Friday 21st November 2008

09:00 arrival and coffee
09:20 Welcome, agenda and housekeeping, Tom Corsellis, Shelter Centre
09:30 Shelter Funding Review, Lizzie Babister, CARE International
10:00

Update on sector initiatives:

1. Shelter Projects 2008, Jim Kennedy

2. A tribute to Fred Cuny, Jim Kennedy

3. Southampton Solent University Shelter Projects up to 2008,Gordon Browne

10:30 EMMA, the Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis tool, Rick Bauer, Oxfam
11:00 coffee
11:30

Update on sector initiatives:

1. Timber Guidelines, UN/OCHA

2. Remote Project 1: Shed Guidelines, Dan Reader, SC Volunteer

3. Remote Project 2, Shelter Library, Sheffield University

4. Transitional Shelter Guidelines and Camp Planning Guidelines, Shelter Centre

12:00 Camp mapping model, Yann Rebois and Sandra Sudhoff, CartONG
12:30

Introduction to the 4 afternoon breakout groups: Shelter NFIs booklet (ESC): the adaptation of UNHCR and IFRC shelter kits,

1. Terminology

2. Cold

3. Hot Dry

4. Warm Humid

13:00 lunch
14:00 4 parallel breakout groups
15:00 Feedback from the breakout groups to plenary
Agreed actions

 

15:45

coffee
16:15 Environment in Emergency Shelter
Haiti Field Review
, Charles Kelly, ProAct Network
17:30 wrap-up and close