一般社団法人 地域社会継続研究所 Community Emergency Management Institute Japan (CEMIJ) 

一般社団法人 地域社会継続研究所は、2012年12月に登記、新設された公益を目的とする団体です。災害に強いまちづくりのために、内外で災害対応に関する研究や実践活動を行います。特に、市民と大学や行政との協力、また、地域における共助を通じた災害対応について、今後提案やアイディアを国際協力活動などを通じて広く普及します。海外のパートナー団体や支部とネットワークし、世界の英知を共有します。本ブログはCEMIJ活動を広報するものです。 事務局:375-0012 群馬県藤岡市下戸塚374-1 代表理事 中山 友紀(090-1790-1841)emergency_management360@cemij.org    / communityemergencymanagement@gmail.com

A Happy New Year !

CEMIJ would like to wish everyone in public safety to have another great and safe year !

We will continue to update our activities soon. Thank you for your kind patient.

CEMIJ 

Basic Disaster Management Workshop (2)

CIMG4814CEMIJ and Japan Heart has implemented a basic disaster management workshop under the Ministry of Social Affairs in April 2014. TAGANA is the citizens' corps that provides emergency and disaster response in Indonesia under the support of Ministry of Social Affairs. CEMIJ and Japan Heart participated in the workshop and covered Triage, First Aid skills, first aid station management, ICS, emergency communications and safety. The workshop participants gathered from all over Indonesia. The program was successful by completing the planned sessions including a mini field practice that all participants experienced the application of ICS in disaster management.
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Basic Disaster Management Workshop in Indonesia (1)

CEMIJ in collaboration with Japan Heart (Japanese Non-Profit making organization) had commenced a Basic Disaster Management Workshop under the close partnership with the Asia Muslim Charity Foundation (AMCF) in March 2014. Representatives from 11 different disaster response and/or emergegncy relief organizations participated in the workshop. The workshop lasted for 4 days including field practice of a mini disaster response by the application of an incident command system. The workshop ended with a great success. CEMIJ and Japan Heart would like to thank AMCF and all the participants to make the workshop very attractive and useful.
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Post Disaster Response Evaluation in Panay Island, Philippines

Japan Heart (JH), Amity Volunteer Fire Brigade (Amity) and CEMIJ dispatched a joint post-disaster response evaluation team to the municipality of Panay, Capiz, Philppines from Feb. 1 to 6, 2014. The team visited the two communities where a medical assitance tema had provided emergency medical services to survivors from the Typhoon Yolanda, met with the city officials and the officials of the UN-OCHA as well as the Philippine government disaster agency.

No major outbreak of infectious diseases were identifed in the two areas during the evaluation. Some areas have commenced thier reconstruction of communitiy assests such as schools, churches and community halls while some areas needed more resources to rubost their reconstruction efforts.

Overall, the team was able to conclude that as community leaders and city officials considered our emergency assistance services as prompt and effective, and the fact that no major outbreak of infectioous illness in the areas were identifed where the team served. Although the team does not have suffecient scientific data to prove what the city officials said, we all were satisfied through observing the community initiatives and efforts which were put to bring their normal lives back again.

Howerver, as the official of governmental disaster management agency expressed to the team,  the re-establishment of a reliable but simple communications systems to rubost situational awareness capability of first responders at the time of disaster is something the government in Philippines requires to work on from now on.

The team provided some insights of the advantages of having a mobile communications van instead of having a stationary field level command and control facility. We trust that "MOBILE" is a key word in disaster management.

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We landed at the Iloilo port from Bacolod, Philippines




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Discussion with community leaders in the areas our medical assitance team served in Nov. 2013

Let's stay alert !


Situational awareness is a good tool to increase personal and everyone's safety .
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