With the support of Partner National Societies, the IFRC is working on the rollout of the roadmap. It is implementing a project aimed to pilot test the roadmap in 12 selected countries in 2017-2018. The Mongolian-, Bangladesh-, Tuvalu- and Kiribati RCS are part of this project in the AP region. Also planned is a series of regional and national training workshops to disseminate the roadmap and align project planning with the community resilience approach.

 

The IFRC Asia Pacific Regional Office (APRO), supported by the Asia Pacific Disaster Resilience Centre (APDRC) and other partners, is organizing a regional training of trainer’s workshop in Kathmandu, Nepal, on 17 - 19 April 2018. This ToT will contribute to strengthening community resilience programming in the entire AP Region.

 
Bangladesh 
Lezlie Moriniere
Lead Facilitator
Thomaz
Carlzon
Disaster Risk Management Manager
IFRC Asia Pacific Regional Office
Sanna Salmela-Eckstein

Regional Disaster Risk Reduction Coordinator &

Climate Change Focal Point

IFRC Asia Pacific Regional Office

Godawari Village Resort

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Located on a Superb Meadow. Godawari Village Resort is an example of traditional Nepalese architecture and modern day facilities. Tourists can breathe the fresh mountain air and relax in the splendor of the resort and its surroundings. One of the most popular activities for guests here is actually doing nothing but relaxing but the pool side and sipping a cool drink or watching the snowy Himalayan Peaks or the green teraced paddy rice field with a meandering stream. The resort is the ideal 'getaway.'

Godavari Village Resort

Amarabati, Taukhel, Godavari, Lalitpur, Nepal

 
 
 

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