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Addressing Disaster Risk through Improved Indicators and Land Use Management

Program Locations: Da Nang, Vietnam
Project Duration: February 2015–September 2015
Project Lead: Ngo Thi Le Mai, Country Coordinator
 

Project Overview  

ISET will provide technical assistant to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to strengthen access to tools and guidance on disaster risk-sensitive land use planning and urban development processes in Asia and the Pacific, including Da Nang city.

Input from ISET urban planning experts was incorporated into the publication Reducing Disaster Risk by Managing Urban Land Use: Guidance Notes for Planners

Core Program Activities

ISET urban planning and disaster risk management specialists contributed to a guidebook on how to integrate disaster risk management considerations into urban development planning in Asian cities. Specials provided guidance on risk-sensitive land use planning, risk sensitive urban redevelopment, and risk-sensitive water, wastewater and storm water drainage system development. The input of ISET experts was based on experiences in Da Nang, Vietnam. ISET specialists also produced a case study on incentives for investing in disaster risk management, based on experiences in Da Nang.

Professional Staff Involved

Ngo Thi Le Mai, Country Coordinator

Dr. Phong Tran, Vietnam Technical Lead

Dr. Stephen Tyler, Senior Associate 

This project was made possible with the generous funding of: The Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Our partner(s) include: The Department of Planning and Investment of Da Nang City, Da Nang Climate Change Coordination Office (CCCO)