What we are about
SeDAR is a 4-year program carried out in four project areas within the state of Selangor. Two of the areas focus on landslides while the other two on floods.
what we aim to do
The SeDAR programme aims to equip local governments as well as community leaders with the skills and know-how to build a disaster risk reduction (DRR) program at the grassroots level, from the bottom up. This community-oriented approach towards DRR is an important step towards building disaster-resilient communities.
This program takes a unique approach to community engagement by:
Key Concepts of the Project
HOW THE PROGRAMME WORKS
There are five phases of the programme:
Understanding risk with scientific evidence and analysis
Training the local leaders
Increase knowledge of communities on disaster risks and preparedness
Plan and implement DRR activities by communities
Localise and sustain programme