CARE, World Vision International and Plan International have entered into a consortium for a proposed action to enhance inclusive and gender-responsible forecast-based early actions (FBEA) for effective disaster preparedness among ASEAN countries, with a specific focus on Việt Nam. This principal objective is achieved by strengthening awareness, capacity and resilience of local communities and actors, and supporting them to operationalise existing frameworks and guidelines into contextualised SOPs and anticipatory action for flooding and drought in Bình Thuận and Quảng Trị Provinces.
The Action works based on two results, focusing respectively on building and strengthening the capacity of local authorities and communities within FBEA mechanism and advocating for and ensure action is taken to adapt and coordinate efforts within FBEA and rapid response. The Action targets a minimum of 6,578 direct at-risk and hard to reach communities, local CSOs and authorities, national and regional duty bearers during the course of 18-month, with particular emphasis on the needs and contexts of women and girls, and other traditionally excluded groups.
The Action provides capacity development with the intention to strengthen the institutionalisation of FBEA and enhance the ASEAN guideline on Shock-Responsive Social Protection (SRSP).
Budget for World Vision Việt Nam
EUR 143,000 (~ USD 173,030)
July 2021 – December 2022
Location targeted for World Vision Việt Nam
Hàm Thuận Bắc Districts, Bình Thuận Province
Direct beneficiaries targeted by World Vision
4,560 people, including children and adults
- Việt Nam's Disaster Management Authority (VNDMA)
- National Disaster Management Working Group (DMWG)
- Climate Change Working Group (CCWG)
- People's Committees at Province, District and Commune levels
- Committees for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control at province, district and commune levels.
- Hàm Thuận Bắc District Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
- Việt Nam's Red Cross/district and communal chapter/branches
- Women's Union at district and commune levels
- Youth's Union at district and commune levels
- Rapid response teams at communes and village levels