Objective

 

Objectives of the Project:

The overall objective of the “Urban Resilience Project (URP)” is to strengthen the capacity of GoB agencies (DNCC, DSCC, SCC, DDM, RAJUK, FSCD and PCMU) to efficiently and effectively respond to recurrent as well as large-scale disasters/emergency events and to improve construction permitting and physical audit processes in Dhaka and Sylhet City.

 
 
PCMU:

  1. To Coordinate, Monitoring and Evaluate the activities of URP Project for ensuring effective implementation;
  2. To develop appropriate methodologies in coordination with the Implementing Agencies (IAs) for effective implementation of the project;
  3. To Support and Facilitate the Project Management of sub-projects in Procurement & Financial Management;
  4. To conduct regular Monitoring, Annual Review, Mid-Term Review and end of the Project Evaluation;
  5. To Conduct and Manage need based strategic studies and other studies/pilot projects during project implementation;
  6. To enhance capacity of project related officials through local and foreign training/study visits and higher studies.

 
 
DNCC:

  1. To enhance the capacity of relevant government entities in Dhaka and Sylhet to effectively plan for, respond to, and recover from, emergency events.
  2. Build Disaster Risk Management and Emergency Response Capability of the Dhaka City Corporations (North and South), including the establishment of one fully operating EOC for Dhaka City as well as satellite control rooms stationed at institutions which are members of the Dhaka City Disaster Response Coordinating Group and the zone-level administrative unit of DCCs;
  3. Build Disaster Risk Management and Emergency Response Capability of the Sylhet City Corporation including the establishment of a fully operating EOC for Sylhet City Corporation,
  4. Enhance the Emergency Management Planning and Response Capability of the Fire Services and Civil Defense (FSCD) with fixed and mobile emergency command and control rooms, to include ICT equipment and additional life-saving equipment and construction of distributed warehouses to house emergency response assets for its facilities in Dhaka and Sylhet; and
  5. Increase Institutional Capacity to manage and respond to emergencies through comprehensive development programs, drills and exercises.

 
 
RAJUK:

  1. To Coordinate, Monitoring and Evaluate the activities of URP Project for ensuring effective implementation;
  2. To develop appropriate methodologies in coordination with the Implementing Agencies (IAs) for effective implementation of the project;
  3. To Support and Facilitate the Project Management of sub-projects in Procurement & Financial Management;
  4. To conduct regular Monitoring, Annual Review, Mid-Term Review and end of the Project Evaluation;
  5. To Conduct and Manage need based strategic studies and other studies/pilot projects during project implementation; and
  6. To enhance capacity of project related officials through local and foreign training/study visits and higher studies.

 
 
DDM:

  1. To enhance the capacity of the government to effectively plan for, respond to and recover from, emergency events.
  2. Establish the National Disaster Management Research and Training Institute (NDMRTI) to increase National Capacity of Disaster Management Methods;
  3. Build National-Level Disaster Risk Management and Emergency Response Capacity by establishing Emergency Response and Communication Center (ERCC) and enhancing the capacity of existing Disaster Management Information Center (DMIC); and
  4. Enhance the Emergency Management and Preparedness Capacity of the National-Level, ERCC and NDMRTI and the local-level City Corporations and FSCD in Dhaka and Sylhet through Training, Exercises and Drills (TED).
 

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