Emergency Response Preparedness Plan (ERPP) Myanmar

BY ON 13-04-2017 IN Countries, Myanmar Comments Off

In 2014 the Humanitarian Country Team decided to update the response plan and apply the new guidance for Inter-Agency Response Preparedness (ERP) as an action oriented approach to enhance readiness for humanitarian response. The approach improves effectiveness by reducing both time and effort, and enhances predictability through establishing predefined roles, responsibilities and coordination mechanisms. The Emergency Response Preparedness Plan (ERPP) is divided into four components: (i) Risk Assessment and Monitoring, (ii) Minimum Preparedness Actions, (iii) Contingency Response Planning, and (iv) Standard Operating Procedures for the Initial emergency response.


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