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Webinar\Workshops: Disaster Risk Reduction and Early Warning Systems June 2024


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 2024 Joint Online Workshop on

Disaster Risk Reduction and Early Warning Systems for All

through Effective Gender-Responsive Planning,

Digital Government Transformation and Financing



Organized by:

UN DESA/DPIDG/United Nations Project Office on Governance (UNPOG)
United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) CIFAL Jeju
UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) ONEA GETI
Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030)

UN Women Centre of Excellence for Gender Equality








We are delighted to invite you to join our joint online workshop!



Dear Madam and Sir,


Greetings from Jeju!

UNITAR CIFAL Jeju is pleased to announce the joint capacity building workshop on 'Disaster Risk Reduction and Early Warning Systems for All through Effective Gender-Responsive Planning, Digital Government Transformation and Financing', to be held from 23-25 July 2024 at 14:00~17:30 (Korean Standard Time, GMT+9).


July 23 (Tue) - 25(Thu), 2024 (ONLINE, Zoom)

PM 14:00-17:30 (Korean Standard Time, GMT+9)


Register by 11:59 PM, Monday, July 15, 2024 (KST)

Registration Link :


※ Please kindly note that we may close the registration earlier

if the number of registrations reaches the maximum capacity of the workshop seats.




Climate-related disasters have increased in terms of frequency and severity, causing a surge in economic and human losses, especially for low-income developing countries. Multi-hazard early warning systems and anticipatory action are central to saving lives and preventing injuries and losses. This workshop will explore how gender-responsive planning, digital government transformation and financing can contribute to ensuring effective disaster risk reduction and early warning systems.



[Session 1 / July 23 (Tue) ]

Setting the Scene:

Disaster Risk Reduction and Gender-responsive Early Warning and Early Action 

- Understanding disaster risk, resilience, early warning

- EW4All Checklist and MHEWS scorecard

- Accelerating action for gender-responsive disaster risk reduction

- Designing gender-responsive early warning and action system


[Session 2 / July 24 (Wed) ]

Digital Government Transformation and AI for Early Warning Systems:

Accelerating Resilience and Gender-Responsive Sustainable Development

- Strengthening disaster risk reduction, EWS and resilience through risk-informed governance and frontier technologies

- Using Science, Technology, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Early Warning Systems

- Harnessing data and digital technologies for gender mainstreaming

- Data collection, analysis and use of Sex, Age, and Disability Disaggregated Data (SADDD) for gender-responsive DRR and early warning system

- IASC (Inter-agency Standing Committee) Gender and Age marker in the reflection from Nepal Country Experience


[Session 3 / July 25 (Thu) ]

Financing Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction and Early Warning Systems 

- Financing Disaster Risk Reduction - Integrated National Financing Frameworks (INFFs) Approach

- Readiness for Financing Early Warning Systems and Global Financial Initiatives to Achieve Early Warning Systems for All

- Financing gender responsive Disaster Risk Reduction and Early Warning Systems: highlighting from UNDRR Gender Action Plan, G20 Decision on Financing to DRR

- Introduction of the flagship programme Women’s Resilience to Disasters - a comprehensive framework to address gaps that the programme has identified and ways forward


*The above program is subject to change.



UNITAR CIFAL Jeju/JITC, UN DESA/DPIDG/UNPOG, UNDRR ONEA & GETI and UN Women Centre of Excellence for Gender Equality will issue a joint E-certificate of Participation to participants upon successful completion and meeting all requirements* of the training.

● Fully Attend all sessions (3 days) and submit attendance check forms respectively

● Actively participate in all sessions

● Submit the pre-workshop and post-workshop knowledge assessments 

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