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March 2021: Special Symposium and Series of Lectures on Disaster Waste Management

3RINCs Creative Session 2: March 15, 10:00 – 12:00 (JST)
“Disaster Waste Management” – Developing a “Simulation – based training tool”
* open to the public for free
https://www.3rincs.org/3rincs-2022-creative-sessions/

Background

Impacts from disasters become severer due to climate change, and the preparedness and response to waste generated by such disasters have become increasingly important. In order to support the implementation of the Contingency Plan (CP) and the Management Plan (MP) for Disaster Waste Management (DWM), the JSMCWM is developing a “Simulation-based training tool”.
In this session, we invite several academia and specialists on DWM from Asia and the Pacific. And they try to test the “Simulation-based training tool” based upon the experience in Japan. Then we discuss the policies to modify the tool for use in Asia and the Pacific, reflecting the current status, issues, and challenges of the DWM and the general MSM (Municipal Solid Waste) .
In addition, we will discuss how to implement such a tool by collaborating with various stakeholders of DWM.

Programme   *open to the public for free   
https://www.3rincs.org/3rincs-2022-creative-sessions/

◆Coordinator:

    the Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management (JSMCWM)

◆Participants:

    Indonesia : Dr. Maryono (Diponegoro University)
    Nepal : Dr. Nawa Raj Khatiwada (Nepal Development Research Institute (NDRI))
    Philippines  : Prof. Maria Antonia N. Tanchuling(University of the Philippines Diliman)

◆Introduction and welcome: 10:00 – 10:10

  • Introduction of the proposed tool

◆Exercise session: 10:10 – 10:50

  • First try to develop a flow chart of DWM
  • Inputs from the coordinator
  • Second try to develop a flow chart of DWM

◆Discussion: 10:50 – 11:30

  • Points to be improved by considering the current status in Asia and the Pacific
  • Expected users of the tool – Stakeholders network for DWM-

◆Introducing the flow in Japan: 11:30 – 11:50

◆Wrap up: 11:50 – 12:00

Image of the tool

  • The vacant flow chart (Left) tries to describe the basic work flow of DWM. The specific activities are showed by vacant boxes.
  • And the list (Right) shows the specific actions of DWM.
  • The user tries to fill the vacant boxes by applying specific activities from the list.

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