The Solomon Islands Government, National Disaster Management Office, MECDM Makira Earthquake/Tsunami 9th December 2016 Disaster, Multi-Stakeholders Lessons Learnt Workshop Friday 3rd March, 2017 Honiara Hotel, Honiara, Solomon Islands


i. Title:

The Stakeholder-wide Lesson-Learnt Workshop Makira Earthquake/Tsunami Disaster Response


ii. Implementing Entity and Partners

Host: Government of Solomon Islands through the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO), Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology and the National Disaster Council (NDC) 

Supporting PartnersThe Government of Australia (DFAT), UNOCHA, Norton Consultant


iii. Contents

1. Background and Context

2. Purpose

3. Timing and Duration

4. Audience and Attendees

5. Outcomes and Indicators

6. Draft Agenda (Timetable)

7. Methodology

8. Results, Publication and Distribution

9. Costs

10. Approvals


iv. Overall aim and objectives of the Lessons Learnt Workshop

・The overall aim of this workshop is to capture lessons from the 9th December, 2016 Makira Earthquake/Tsunami that contributes towards better preparedness and effective response in future disasters.

Specific objectives include:

 To recognize the key achievements and challenges from this response operation o To generate recommendations to strengthen the current systems and response mechanism at all levels

 To strengthen existing partnerships between SIG, NGO’s, Donors, INGOs, UN Agencies and the Private Sector at Provincial and National Levels 

To review the performance of and identify improvements for the interim structures of the NDC, N-DOC and Committees and the NEOC adopted from the draft N-DM Plan 2017 on 6 December 2016 for the 2016/17 cyclone season.