The Pador Registration:
Pador Registration Link (The Potential Applicant Data On-Line Registration):
Pador off line form: http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/pador-line-form-0_en
The DUNS Registration:
DUNS Number online (The Data Universal Numbering System): http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/newReq.do
The N-CAGE Registration:
N-CAGE Code Online (NATO COMMERCIAL AND GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES):
The SAM Registration:
SAM registration: http://www.sam.gov
Currency converter: http://www.oanda.com/
Exchange rate of Bangladesh Bank: https://www.bb.org.bd/econdata/exchangerate.php
Global index of Bangladesh:
The global index of Bangladesh among the countries of the world in different sectors
Global index of Bangladesh: SAARC Comparison
The global ranking: where is Bangladesh among the SAARC countries?
Global index of Bangladesh: BIMSTEC Comparison
The global ranking: where is Bangladesh among the BIMSTEC countries?
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The Donor List:
Donors operating in Bangladesh (Old List)
Donor List (Old)
Donors operating in Bangladesh (Donor List-1998-99)
•Assessing and responding to land tenure issues in Disaster risk management
•Disaster risk reduction programme for Bangladesh – 2010 -2012
GOs & disaster risk reduction: A preliminary review of initiatives and progress made
•Background paper for a consultative meeting on A ‘Global Network of NGOs for Community Resilience To Disasters”
•Urban risk reduction approaches in Bangladesh
•Local level planning for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation
•Disaster Risk Reduction Approaches in Bangladesh
•A best practices notebook for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation
•Assesssing progress on integrating disalster risk reduction and cliamte change adaptation in development process
•Hazard-specific disaster risk reduction implementation guide
•Children and disaster risk reduction in the Asia Pacific
•Disaster preparedness Response and Recovery
•‘Bangladesh report 2013- Disaster preparedness Response and Recovery’
•The Routlege Handbook of Hazards and Disaster Risk Reduction
Edited by Ben Wisner, JC Gaillard and llan Kelman
•At the national level
i. National Disaster Management Council (NDMC) headed by the Hon’ble Prime Minister to formulate and review the disaster management policies and issue directives to all concerns.
ii. Inter-Ministerial Disaster Management Co-ordination Committee (IMDMCC)
headed by the Hon’ble Minister in charge of the Ministry of Food and Disaster Management (MoFDM) to implement disaster management policies and decisions of NDMC / Government.
iii. National Disaster Management Advisory Committee (NDMAC) headed by an experienced person having been nominated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister.
iv. Cyclone Preparedness Program Implementation Board (CPPIB) headed by the Secretary, Ministry of Food and Disaster Management to review the preparedness activities in the face of initial stage of an impending cyclone.
v. Disaster Management Training and Public Awareness Building Task Force
(DMTATF) headed by the Director General of Disaster Management Bureau (DMB) to co-ordinate the disaster related training and public awareness activities of the Government, NGOs and other organizations.
vi. Focal Point Operation Coordination Group of Disaster Management (FPOCG) headed by the Director General of DMB to review and co-ordinate the activities of various departments/agencies related to disaster management and also to review the Contingency Plan prepared by concerned departments.
vii. NGO Coordination Committee on Disaster Management (NGOCC) headed by the Director General of DMB to review and co-ordinate the activities of concerned NGOs in the country.
viii. Committee for Speedy Dissemination of Disaster Related Warning/ Signals
(CSDDWS) headed by the Director General of DMB to examine, ensure and find out the ways and means for the speedy dissemination of warning/ signals among the people.
•At sub-national levels
i. District Disaster Management Committee (DDMC) headed by the Deputy Commissioner (DC) to co-ordinate and review the disaster management activitiesat the district level.
ii. Upazila Disaster Management Committee (UZDMC) headed by the Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) to co-ordinate and review the disaster management activities at the Upazila level.
iii. Union Disaster Management Committee (UDMC) headed by the Chairman of
the Union Parishad to co-ordinate, review and implement the disaster management activities of the concerned union.
iv. Pourashava Disaster Management Committee (PDMC) headed by Chairman of Pourashava (municipality) to co-ordinate, review and implement the disaster management activities within its area of jurisdiction.
v. City Corporation Disaster Management Committee (CCDMC) headed by the Mayor of City Corporations to co-ordinate, review and implement the disaster management activities within its area of jurisdiction.
Apurba Mondal, Sylhet BLC.
N.B.: This writing is a part of my recently taken online learning course, arranged by World Bank.
•Disaster Risk Reduction Approaches in Bangladesh
•Asian Disaster Reduction & Response Network (ADRRN)
•Sendai Framework for disaster risk reduction 2015 – 2030
•United Nations Plan of ACtion on Disaster risk reduction for resilience
•Asian Disaster Reduction Response Network (ADRRN)
•Towards a Post-2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction
•UNOPS Disaster Risk Reduction for resilience Programme
•Online Certificate course in Mainstreaming gender into community-based disaster
•Handbook of Hazards and Disaster Risk Reduction by Ben Wisner (editor), Jc Gaillard (Editor), IIan Kelman (Editor(
•Water Guide by USAID
•Global Water Partnership
•2.International Water and Sanitation Research Center
•4. World Water Council
•5. United Nations Water for Life Decade
Water Partnership Organizations: Building Partnerships for Development
(BPD) for Water and Sanitation
•7. World Business Council on Sustainable Development – Water Page (including Water Tool)
•8. Water Footprint Network
•9.Alliance for Water Stewardship
•10. United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs — Division for Sustainable Development (Partnerships page)
•TAP WATER IS AN ELIXIR FOR VILLAGERS IN TAKIJISTAN
•Training On How To Work With USAID: Virtual training sessions that provide basics of how to find opportunities and effectively work with USAID
•Mitigation is “the elimination or reduction of the frequency, magnitude, or severity of exposure to risks, or minimization of the potential impact of a threat or warning.”
•Historical data of Cyclone:
•Bangladesh Meteorological Department
•Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme
•Department of Disaster Management
•Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief
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