El análisis de capacidades Post-Desastre

El análisis de capacidades Post-Desastre (PERC) es una metodología creada por la Aseguradora Zurich para proveer investigaciones y revisiones independientes a lo largo de eventos de inundaciones. Busca responder preguntas relacionadas con aspectos de resiliencia ante inundaciones, gestión de riesgo de inundaciones e intervención de catástrofe. Da una mirada a lo que funcionó bien, como también a las oportunidades de mejora, y resultados en un paquete de recomendaciones para el futuro.

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The PERC manual

The PERC manual

The Post-Event Review Capability (PERC) is a systematic framework for the analysis of a disaster...

Zurich’s Post-Event Review Capability: Global lessons for reducing risk and increasing resilience

Zurich’s Post-Event Review Capability:...

Impacts from disasters are getting worse. Yet after a disaster, there is rarely time to learn what...

Houston and Hurricane Harvey: a call to action

Houston and Hurricane Harvey: a call to...

Hurricane Harvey made landfall near Rockport, Texas on August 25, 2017 as a Category 4 storm. Over...

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Ciclo de la Reducción de riesgo de desastres

  • Capacidad de afrontamientos
  • Reducción correctiva del riesgo
  • Preparación para la crisis
  • Reducción prospectiva del riesgo
  • Reconstrucción

Temas

  • Bienes y medios de vida
  • Educación
  • Alimentación
  • Gobernanza
  • Vida y salud
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  • Transporte y comunicación
  • Residuos
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Regiones

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  • Europa
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País

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  • United States
  • Peru

Año de publicación

  • 2010
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Tipo de inundación

  • Flash
  • Rivereña

Capitales

  • Físico
  • Humano
  • Social
  • Financiero
  • Natural

4R de la Resiliencia

  • Robustez
  • Redundancia
  • Recursividad
  • Rapidez

Recomendaciones PERC

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Expand thinking around how to deal with communities on high-risk lands.

Ideally, households would not be located on high-risk lands. However, with a significant portion of the Peruvian population living in high-risk areas, resettlement is not an option for everyone. Government and non-g...

Leverage the potential benefits of disaster events.

Reconstruction can be leveraged to support social recovery. Post-disaster, there is always a surge of infrastructure repair and reconstruction. Policies requiring local hiring and utilization of local construction co...

Increase the flexibility and adaptability of response.

Every emergency is different. Situations rapidly change, information is limited, and core systems needed for transportation, communication and service provision may be damaged. It is important that lines of communication...

Improve dissemination of emergency information, and build local capacity to understand and act on that information.

Better collaboration between national, regional and local entities is needed to help ground otherwise top-down information. People respond to warnings better if they know what the implications are locally. This requi...

Learn from examples of successful prepositioning of supplies.

Prepositioning heavy equipment in the Rimac Valley was key for keeping roads open during the 2017 event. Identifying opportunities and gaps in maintaining critical services during disasters and acting on them will he...