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					Terms of Reference                                                                   Haití PDNA

                                       Terms of Reference

              Comprehensive Joint Damage, Loss and Needs Assessment of
                               Socio-Economic Impact
                  And Recovery and Reconstruction Needs for Haití
                After Tropical Hurricanes Fay, Gustav, Hanna and Ike

                           Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA)


                                              DRAFT

Background
Context
In a period of one month, Haiti was hit by 3 Hurricanes and 1 Tropical Storm. Tropical Storm Fay
made landfall mid August in the south, travelling from east to west (Centre and Ouest regions).
Hurricane Gustav hit Haiti on the 26th of August 2008, crossed the Grand Sud peninsula and its
northern coast (Sud-Est, Ouest, Nippes, Sud and Grand Anse regions). Hurricane Hanna made an
unexpected landfall on the 2nd of September and impacted all ten regions. Even though the centre of
the third hurricane, Ike, did not directly touch Haiti, it had a significant impact on many regions of
the country, particularly in the north. Figure 1 illustrates the impact of Fay, Gustav, Hanna and Ike.




             Figure 1. Haiti: Impact of Fay, Gustav, Hanna and Ike (as of 9 Sep 2008)




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According to Government figures, as of 8 September, Hurricanes Fay and Gustav and Tropical
Storm Hanna have killed 424 people and injured 301, while 67 people were still missing. An
estimated 200,000 families have been affected, particularly through damage to their houses and loss
of livelihoods. Based upon official Government statements on the scale of the disaster, and taking
into account pre-disaster baseline data, contingency planning, and the impact of Hurricane Jeanne in
2004, an estimated 850,000 to 1 million people have been affected throughout the country by the
combined impact of the storms. This number may well rise as access will improve and more
information will become available in the coming days and weeks.

151,072 people are currently estimated to be housed in temporary shelters throughout the country,
including a significant proportion of female-headed households which remain vulnerable to
exacerbated insecurity and deepened poverty

The extensive damage is apparent in all major sectors including housing, agriculture, infrastructure,
health and education. The current impact of these four hurricanes, in particular the impact of Gustav
and Hanna, constitutes the fourth greatest catastrophe to occur in Haiti since the beginning of the
20th century in terms of damages.

National Response

Since the beginning of the emergency, the Civil Protection (DPC) has been providing response and
coordination throughout the country. At the central level, the DPC is coordinating with
international actors and civil society groups, the private and public sector to identify priorities and
provide an overview of the current response. At the local level, the DPC has mobilized all 10
national coordinators at Department and Commune levels to ensure coordination of assessments and
response in affected areas. The DPC continues to provide services to the population to the
population through alerts (64 Bulletin issued so far), the evacuation of some 25,000 persons in
Gonaives and search and rescue operations. In addition, authorities have so far provided shelter for
some 70,000 people. The DPC also reported that the Government has provided dry rations to
disaster victims, drinking water in areas accessible and distributed some 100,000 hot meals (only in
Gonaives some 50,000 distributed). Assistance is also being provided in the health sector, water
and sanitation, road rehabilitation/cleaning and agriculture repairs. In close collaboration with the
DPC and MINUSTAH, the Haitian National Police (HNP) is supporting actions towards securing
roads (fixed patrols on national highway 1, assistance to convoys) and providing support to
distributions.

Immediate International Response

The United Nations (UN) Emergency Relief Coordinator in New York and the RC/HC together
with the heads of agencies in Port-au-Prince launched a Flash Appeal on the 12th of September for
an amount of USD 107.7 million. Member States expressed their support to the country and new
government in this difficult time. France, Canada and Trinidad and Tobago announced pledges for a
total amount of approximately USD 12 million. Financial Tracking showed that USD 685,000 of
the appeal had been funded and USD 9 million uncommitted pledges had been made to the appeal
by the 12th of September. USD 19.6 million has been pledged to projects not listed in the appeal.

On the 12th of September the WASH cluster partners managed to produce and deliver 125,000 liters
of potable water in the North and the South parts of the Gonaives. It is expected to boost this
capacity to a total of 200,000 liters on the 13th, and further increase the production to reach a total of
500,000 liters by mid next week.
As of the 13th of September, 172 shelters were deployed in the Artibonite region, 5 in the Centre, 3
in Nippe and 3 in the South East. In Gonaives, 19 medical kits for 10,000 persons have been



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distributed to 4 health centers and 1 surgical kit for St. Marc Hospital. CARE international and MSF
have been attending 6,700 patients. The World Food Program, as of the 14th of September has
provided 151 tons of food to the 50,000 people in Gonaives,

Request for assistance

On September 12, the Government informed the international community of its current priorities:
(1) Restoring accessibility (roads, bridges); (2) Removing embankments; (3) Ensuring mass
distribution of food in affected areas (baby food); (4) Procuring sanitary items including waste and
personal hygiene; (5) Ensuring water drainage in plantations (6) Strategizing for socio-economic
recovery; (7) Strengthening sectoral interventions.

The same day the Ministry of Economy and Finance requested the World Bank (WB) through the
Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) to facilitate an integrated Joint
Damage, Loss and Needs Assessment for the Recovery and Reconstruction Phase involving the
international and UN agencies, to be followed by a Call for Funds for the Recovery financing Phase
under its Standby Recovery Financing Facility (SRFF).

The GFDRR is a partnership of Australia, Canada, Denmark, European Commission Finland,
Germany, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Norway, OFDA/USAID, Spain, Sweden, France, Switzerland,
UK, UNISDR, and the World Bank to Reduce Vulnerability to Natural Hazards. Under this long
term partnership assistance is provided to reduce disaster losses, enhance local capacity for disaster
prevention and preparedness. The GFDRR consists of three Funding Tracks: Track I supports
regional programs; Track II supports national disaster risk reduction and risk transfer mechanisms;
Track III, also known as the SRFF, supports disaster recovery planning and provides funds to
accelerate recovery operations. Recovery funding bridges the gap between humanitarian relief and
longer term development and restores assets using improved disaster risk standards. Recovery funds
are provided based upon a comprehensive recovery plan.

Joint Assessment

Following the request for technical assistance from the Government, it has been agreed that the joint
assessment will be a Government led exercise, facilitated by the GFDRR with coordinated technical
support from the World Bank, the UN and the donors, notably the European Commission.

This joint assessment will build on the strengths already being developed in Haiti by several risk
reduction projects from the World Bank, IDB, the EU Commission and UNDP, and tap on national
capacities in the DPC.

The main advantage of undertaking such a joint effort is to strengthen further national capacities,
generate ownership of the assessment by the country’s decision makers by providing them with an
integrated rigorous assessment. By undertaking and interagency, multi-sectoral joint assessment
five relevant aspects are ensured:

        First, credibility in the Recovery and Reconstruction assistance which Haití requests from
         the International Donor community. To date it has been largely the use of ad-hoc
         estimates, the pooling of several years of damages, and the mixing of poor maintenance
         with hurricane damages that have undermined past relief requests in the past. The joint
         assessment would therefore enhance the likelihood of mobilizing necessary resources
        Second, findings related to community level recovery needs will build an evidence base for
         the inclusion of early recovery requirements into the recovery and reconstruction process.




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        Third, community development aspects and livelihood analysis –fed from the local to the
         national level, are taken into account, ensuring there is no under-estimation of such
         losses, in addition to provide an estimate of the global impact in the economy, and thus
         start providing a more complete picture of the financing needs for the recovery and
         reconstruction and provide quantitative analysis to look into the annual impact of
         hurricanes to Haití’s macro-economic framework.
        Fourth, a coordinated approach not only during the assessment but also during the recovery
         planning and implementation phase will facilitate better targeted and higher quality
         investments that better serve the need of those most affected by the natural disasters.
        Fifth, by establishing a multi-donor recovery and reconstruction fund through a Call for
         Funds by the SRFF, resources will be quickly made available to the Government, UN, WB
         and other implementing agencies to accelerate recovery and reconstruction investments.

Objectives
The joint assessment will not hinder or preclude the ongoing and forthcoming delivery of
emergency and humanitarian relief. Its four main objectives are:
    1. Estimate the overall impact of the disaster on the socio-economic development of the
       country, the affected areas and communities;
    2. Under Government leadership develop a strategy for Early, Medium and Long-term
       Recovery and Reconstruction including the costing of the identified needs in all key
       sectors of the economy;
    3. Assist government in redefining their Disaster Risk Management strategy, including the
       identification of new emerging activities associated with the recovery and reconstruction
       efforts proposed after the current disaster; and
    4. Establish a coordinating mechanism within the international donors, UN system and IFIs
       to enable the Government led assessment and implementation strategy to be adequately
       supported.
Methodology
The proposed Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) will combine the recognized UN ECLAC
DALA guidelines for the assessment of damages and losses and needs with a UN assessment
methodology to capture community level recovery needs

By combining these methodologies a comprehensive assessment of the impact of the disasters will
be possible from the community level up to national level, combining financial, economic and
social aspects of the effects of the disasters.

The assessment would take into consideration immediate Early Recovery Requirements as well as
Medium and Longer Term Recovery and Reconstruction Needs and include the costs and benefits
of disaster risk management measures designed to mitigate the occurrence of future disasters – for
example, rehabilitation of schools using hurricane-proof norms, or restoration of livelihoods in
ways that minimized risks to those concerned.

Sector teams will be established consisting of Government Officials of all relevant Line Ministries
with technical support of WB, IDB, UN and donors.

Specific training on this methodology will be provided prior to the start of the field assessments (see
Activities and Work Plan).




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Damage, Loss and Needs Assessment
The GoH is already familiar with the Damage, Loss and Needs assessment methodology through a
training that was provided in February 2008, prior to an assessment of the 2007 hurricane season
(Dean, Noel). Each sectoral team will look at the following aspects of disaster:

    (1) From the Effects Side: Immediate effects (damage: total or partial destruction of physical
        assets occurred during the events itself. Measured in physical units and valued at
        replacement cost), medium term effects (changes in economic flows occurred after the
        natural disaster, over a relatively long time period. Valued at current prices)
    (2) From the Needs Side: Immediate, Medium and Long Term Needs leading to full Recovery
        and Reconstruction, taking into account extra costs to increase resilience to future hazards.

The WB, with cross-support of the UN and the IDB will facilitate the technical support for this
methodological part of the assessment.

Community Based Recovery Needs

The assessment of community level recovery needs will draw on sectoral methodologies as
developed by UN cluster or sector leads. It will provide each sector team with specific requirements
to capture the community needs. The UN, with cross-support from the WB, IDB and donors will
facilitate the technical support for this methodological part of the assessment.

Activities and Work Plan

The assessment is to be coordinated by the Government of Haití through their inter-ministerial
coordination mechanisms, namely linking to the ministries of finance, planning and interior, with
the support of the Programme National pour la Gestion et reduction des Risques et Catastrophes.

The Government lead (Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation) jointly with the WB
representation in Haiti and the UN Resident Coordinator will send a request to each key Ministry
requesting the designation of a focal point for the assessment and seconding appropriate staff per
agency to provide the disaster information, baseline data and recovery initiatives to be fed to the
PDNA, leading to sector by sector assessments of both damages an losses and community level
human recovery needs.

WB, UN and ECLAC will coordinate the deployment of specialists and financial support for the
joint assessment to ensure necessary technical support.

The Assessment would be carried out from October 1 to October 20 2008.

Preparation Phase (September 14-27, 2008)

Following the Minister of Economy and Finance request, a preparatory mission takes place to:
    a) establish the appropriate coordination with all the partners involved in the PDNA,
    b) identify the appropriate entry points, contacts and focal points in the government structure,
    c) Agree on the Terms of Reference.
    d) Plan and schedule the PDNA mission itself (in dates to be agreed).

A Core Secretariat for the PDNA will be established from September 14 onwards, consisting of:

        Government:              Yves Robert Jean (Ministry of Planning)
        World Bank:              Mathurin Gbetiouo/ Ross Gartley


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        UN/UNDP:                Joel Boutrou/Anne Marie Clockers
        EU Commission:          Franchesco Cosseti/ Pilar Juarez
        ECLAC:                  Ricardo Zapata

In addition to the general oversight the Secretariat, with support of the Coordination support unit
will:
     Complete the identification of all participants for the PDNA and confirm their availability;
     Facilitate logistical arrangements of assessment mission activities (visa arrangements,
        venue, filed work, etc.);
     Compile background data needed for the PDNA (including existing assessment reports,
        Flash Appeal Report, maps, etc.);
     Compile baseline data for the PDNA from the various participating Ministries, using the
        matrices provided previously by the mission;
     Prepare standard field datasheets for each sub-sector team, in consultation with GFDRR
        and UN experts;
     Identify English-French simultaneous and written Translators for the training and report
        writing (and for subsequent contracting). The translator could be hired either directly;
     Review sector outputs and provide guidance in the compilation of the assessment report;
     Facilitate the high level meeting to present to outcome of the assessment report.

Training

Training for the PDNA would take place over a period of three days, as follows:

October 1, 2008: Training in the community level needs assessment

October 2, 2008: Training in Damage and Loss Assessment (DaLA)


Assessment (October 4- 17 October 2008)

The field assessments consists of combined sectoral assessment teams, which would. include:

Infrastructure:
        Housing
        Transport
        Water, Sanitation
        Energy
        Telecommunications

Social Sectors
        Health
        Education
        Nutrition and Food Security

Productive Sectors
      Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
      Industry and Commerce
      Tourism

Cross-Cutting
       Environment



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         Disaster Risk Reduction (Build Back Better)
         Gender
         Environment
         Governance
         Finance and Banking

The sectoral teams will collect sufficient information to provide comprehensive information on:
Damage and Losses Livelihood/Social Assessment, Recovery and Reconstruction Needs. The
needs would we categorized as:

     Early Recovery (Interventions that may need to start in the next 1-2 months and would have
      a duration up to 8 months);
     Medium to Longer Term Reconstruction (Interventions that would last from 6 months up to
      3 years).

Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Reconstruction needs should be assessed and costed with risk
mitigation measures in mind. Potential investments should also be separated between hard (e.g.
infrastructure) and soft (e.g. livelihoods) to expedite fund allocation.

Compilation and Report Writing (October 15-20, 2008)

The analysis will take into consideration the impact of the hurricanes on all relevant sectors of the
economy (including both damages and losses), taking into account pre-existing conditions, and
inter-linkages between sectors to ensure that all relevant losses to the economy are brought into the
analysis.

At the macro-economic level, the analysis will seek to determine the impact on the overall
economic growth, on the fiscal sector, and on external sector of the economy. At the micro-
economic level, it will seek to estimate impact on personal or family income and expenditures,
geographical distribution, and impact on livelihoods. The analysis should also include the capacity
of the Government to meet on its own the financial needs for medium and long-term recovery and
reconstruction, and the corresponding needs for international assistance if required.

The assessment will also seek to estimate the financial needs for recovery and reconstruction after
the disaster, with breakdowns that take into consideration distribution and priority setting based on
regions and economic sectors. A calendar of investments will be proposed, along with channels to
be used for distribution of funding.

Proposed Content of the Report

Each section of the report will start with a story of a family/person to provide to the reader a human
point of view of the disaster. The report will be divided in different sections. The proposed table of
content is described in Annex 4.

Presentation of Results (October 21, 2008)

The results of the PDNA would be presented and discussed at a high-level forum to Government
and donors on 21 October, 2008 on the bases of which the SRFF would establish a Haiti 2008
Hurricane Recovery and Reconstruction Fund

Output




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The Post Disaster Needs Assessment led by the Government and assisted by a multi-agency team of
the World Bank, United Nations, European Union Commission and civil society will result in a
joint comprehensive report that will include an estimate of the effects of the hurricanes; the impact
on the economy, livelihoods and income of families and individuals and a needs assessment that
defines early recovery requirements and medium to long term recovery and reconstruction
requirements including comprehensive disaster risk management measures.

The assessment report might identify the need for sector specific detailed assessments as a follow
up to the joint assessment in order to provide further insights.

This joint report will provide guidance to the Government, private sector and donor community to
guide recovery and reconstruction investments that are well coordinated, targeted and of good
standards.

The Recovery and Reconstruction Fund will provide necessary funds for all implementing partners
to implement the projects that address the needs identified by the assessment.




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                                                Annex 1
                                  Contenu et sources d’information
                                          (Liste préliminaire)


1.       Caractéristiques des événements naturels (dates précises, trajectoire, durée, zones affectées,
         nombre de morts/disparus, etc.) : DPC, ministéres (Interieur, Agriculture (SNSA),
         Education, Santé, Travaux Publics)
2.       Bilan des dégâts -relevé de la protection civile et des institutions sectorielles et autorités
         locales- . Sources : DPC, ministères (MARNDR, MTPTC, MAS, etc.), institutions
         internationales (OCHA, PNUD, FAO, ONG, etc.)-.
3.       Information cartographique des zones affectées : cartographie de base (départementale,
         communale); pré et post désastre (cf. CNGIS).
4.       Rapports de situation du système de Nations Unies, appel d’urgence et rapport de la
         mission d’évaluation UNDAC.
5.       Relevé de presse: permet de faire le suivi des impacts sociaux, ainsi que de statistiques –
         non officielles.
6.       Information statistique pré et post désastre (nationale et régionale) :
        Nationale : comptabilité nationale (IHSI) à prix courant et constant (PIB, valeur ajoutée,
         valeur Brute de la Production, etc.) ; indice des prix (certains produits en particulier, par
         régions si disponibles);
        Nationale : finances publiques (MEF, BRH) prévision macroéconomique pour 2008 ;
         quelles sont les rubriques budgétaires qui ont été modifiées ; volet recettes pour évaluer
         conséquences en termes de moindres perceptions fiscales ; volet dépenses : dépenses
         additionnelles considérées –courantes et investissements- ;
        Nationale : montant de l’aide reçue suite aux désastres (MPCE, OCHA, PNUD, les ONG,
         etc.), aussi bien monétaire qu’en espèces.
        Régionale : principales activités dans les zones concernées avant et sans désastre
         (agriculture, commerce, tourisme, petites industries, etc.); infrastructure ; principales
         cultures agricoles, superficie cultivée, rendement, prix des produits et cycles agricoles
         affectés (plantation, récolte), directoire des entreprises, etc. ; institutions de microfinance ;
         etc.
        Statistiques sociales dans les régions concernées avant le désastre (IHSI, voir recensement
         2003) : indicateurs démographiques (population par groupe d’age, sexe, etc.) ; chiffres
         d’emploi (IHSI ; Ministère des affaires sociales, MAS) dans les secteurs -formels et
         informels- : petit commerce, transport, autres activités diverses, etc.
        Statistiques sur les services sociaux avant le désastres et impact du désastre : éducation
         (nombre d’écoles, élèves) ; santé (hôpitaux, dispensaires, etc.) ; bâtiments et logements ;
        Statistiques infrastructures et travaux publics (couverture et conditions avant le désastre et
         conséquences du désastre) (routes, drainage, électricité, télécommunications, etc.)
        Statistiques environnementales (conditions avant le désastre et variation après le désastre) :
         pour les principales zones/régions affectées ; définir les indicateurs les plus appropriés avec
         le Ministère de l’Environnement ; cependant un relevé préliminaire à partir de la situation
         pré désastre serait utile.



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7.       Institutions/Personnes ressources nécessaires à l’évaluation
        Ministère de l’Economie et des Finances (MEF)
        Ministère de l’Intérieur et de Collectivités Territoriales (MICT)
        Ministère de la Planification et de la Coopération Externe (MPCE)
        Ministère de l’Education National et Formation Professionnel (MENFP)
        Ministère de la Condition Féminine et du Droit de la Femme (MCFDF)
        Ministère des Travaux Publics, Transports et Communications (MTPTC)
        Ministere de la Sante Publique et de la Population (MSPP)
        Banque de la République d’Haïti (BRH) pour les données concernant les aspects
         macroéconomiques, du commerce extérieur et des finances publiques respectivement.
        Coordination Nationale de la Sécurité Alimentaire (CNSA)          à part les entités
         départementales du Ministère de l’agriculture (MARNDR), le suivi conjoncturel régional
         que réalise la CNSA
        Centre National de l'Information Géo Spatiale (CNIGS)
        Institut Haïtien de Statistique et Informatique (IHSI)
      ONG (a déterminer)
     




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                                    Annex 2. PDNA Overall Planning

COORDINATION DU PDNA



Secretariat

              Gouvernment d'Haiti      Ministere de Planification (DG- Yves Robert Jean)
              BM                       Mathurin Gbetiouo / Ross Gartley
              UN/OCHA                  …
              PNUD/BCPR                …
              Commission UE            …
              CEPALC                   Ricardo Zapata

Formation
              Global Facility/ECLAC Roberto Jovel / Ricardo Zapata
              BM (Support)          Henrike Brecht
              PNUD/BCPR             XXX

PDNA Production du Rapport et Coordiination
         Gouvernement d'Haiti …
         GFDRR                    Doekle Wielinga
         CEPALC                   Ricardo Zapata
         Commission UE
         BM                       Ross Gartley/Louis Boutaud de la Combe
         UN                       …

Logistique/Organisation
           BM                          Cabinet (to be recruited)

Traduction/Editeurs
           BM                          TBD


Contrats
              Locaux                   BM Country office
              Internationaux           BM HQ.




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ESTIMATION DE DEGÂTS ET PERTES (DaLA)                                                                                  IMPACTES MACRO-ECONOMIQUES/LIV

SECTEURS SUB-SECTEURS                              GOUVERNMENT        JOINT TEAM          PARTENAIRES BM               SECTEURS GOUVERNMENT UN
                                                                                          (à identifier par cluster)
Infrastructure                                                                                                         Impactes Macro-Economiques

                 Bâtiments et infrastrucutre urbaine MTPTC            UN Habitat-OIM                           XXX                 MEF, BCH         WB - CEPAL
                 Transport                           MTPTC            EU, BID                                  XXX
                 Eau, Assinessement                  MTPTC (EPA)      UNICEF, OPS, BID, BM                     XXX
                                                                                                                                                    BIT/PNUD -
                 Energie                           MTPTC (EDH)        BM, BID                                  XXX     Livelihoods/Sociaux (DH)     UNFPA

                 Telecommunications                TELECO             BM/IFC, BID, AFD, Digicel, Voila, etc.                       MAST
                                                                                                                                   MCFDF
Secteurs Sociales                                                                                                                  MJSAC
              Education                            MENFP              ACDI, BM, UNICEF, CEPALC                 XXX
              Santé                                MSPP               OPS/OMS, CEPALC, ACDI                    XXX
              Nutrition et Securité Alimentale     CNSA (MARNDR)      PAM, FAO                                 XXX

Secteurs Productives
             Agriculture                           MARNDR             FAO, CEPALC                              XXX
             Industrie et Commerce                 MCI                CEPALC, BIT, IFC    ADIH, CCIH           XXX
             Tourisme                              MT                 CEPALC, BIT                              XXX

Transversales
                 Environnement                     ME                 CEPALC, PNUE (UNEP), BID                 XXX
                 Genre                             MCFDF              CEPALC, PNUD
                 Gestion de risques et désastres   MICT (SNGRD), MPCE UNDP, BM, UE




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                                                                   BESOINS ET
ESTIMATION DE BESOINS ET STRATEGIE DE RECOVERY                     RECOVERY

SECTEURS                              GOUVERNMENT UN               PARTENAIRES       BM

Rélévement
immediat/Recuperation precoce
                                                     PNUD/BCPR,
                                      MICT (SNGRD)   BIT




Moyen, Longue Terme
Recovery/Rehabilitation
                                                     BM, UN, UE,
                                      MPCE           BID



                                                                                     XXX

                                                                                     XXX

Gestion des Risques et Catastrophes

                                      MICT (SNGRD)   BM, UIE, BID, PNUD, SIRD
                                                                                     XXX




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                                                   International Organizations

                                                   Annex 3 – MATRICES FOR
                                                  Baseline Data Needed for DaLA




PRODUIT NATIONAL BRUT
Données historiques pour les 3 dernières années        Valeur constante
                                                       Valeur courante
                                                       PNB total
                                                       Par secteur d'activités économiques
                                                       Par la délimitation administrative de base
                                                       disponible
                                                       (fokontany, commune,…)
Projections pour les 03 prochaines années              PNB total
                                                       Par secteur d'activités économiques

Pour 2007, avant et après le hurricane                 PNB total
                                                       Par secteur d'activités économiques

Taux de change quadriennal pour 2007-2010

Indice de prix de consommation, 2007-2010

COEFFICIENTS DE VALEUR AJOUTEE (les
plus récents)                                          Pour chaque et tous les secteurs d'activités économiques

BALANCE DE COMMERCE (histoire et
projections)                                           Balance de comptes courant
                                                                                                                          2005
                                                                                                                          2006
                                                                                                            2007 avant et
                                                                                                            après le désastre
                                                                                                                         2008
                                                                                                                         2009
                                                                                                                         2010

BUDGET FISCAL (historique et projections)
                                                       Taxes sur les revenus                                2005 à 2010
                                                       Dépenses                                             2005 à 2010

AGRICULTURE
Calendrier des activités de production

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                                                       Cultures saisonnières ou annuelles
                                                       Plantations
Prévisions de production (pour chaque culture et
pour les années 07, 08, et 09)
                                                       Hectares
                                                       Récoltes attendues, kg/ha
                                                       Volume de production prévu, kg
Statistiques sur les prix unitaires, US$/kg (03
dernières années)
                                                       Prix des agriculteurs
                                                       Prix de gros
                                                       Prix de details
Production après désastre (pour chaque culture en
07, 08, 09)
                                                       Hectares
                                                       Récoltes attendues, kg/ha
                                                       Volume de production prévu, kg
Pertes de production (pour chaque culture en 07,
08, 09)
(10-18)                                                Pertes en volume, kg
                                                       Prix des agriculteurs, US$/kg
(10-18)x21                                             Valeur des pertes, US$

Infrastructures agricoles
                                                       Surfaces de cultures irriguées, hectares
                                                       Routes menant vers des zones agricoles, km
                                                       Machines, équipements á la disposition des
                                                       fermiers, nombre et capacités
                                                       Equipements de stockage
INDUSTRIE
Branches d'industrie                                   Grandes entreprises
                                                       SMEs
                                                       Micro enterprises
                                                       Agri-industries

Production industrielle pour les 03 dernières années   Grandes entreprises
                                                       SMEs
                                                       Micro enterprises
                                                       Agri-industries
Prix de gros pour tous les produits typiques (pour
les 03 dernières années)



PNB par les branches d'industries (pour les 03
dernières années)

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Le plus récent recensement industriel

Associations et chambres industrielles



COMMERCE
Catégories d'établissement commercial                    Public
                                                         Privé                              Grandes surfaces
                                                                                            SMEs
                                                                                            Petits
                                                                                            commerces

Volume de commerce et niveau des prix de détail
(03 dernières années)

PNB par catégorie de commerce

Le plus récent recensement commercial

La plus récente enquête effectuée par le
gouvernement ou le secteur privé

TOURISME
Nombre et localisation des sites
Statistiques sur l'arrivée des touristes (03 dernières
années et projections)
Longueur moyenne des séjours et dépenses
moyennes faites par les tourists
PNB par secteur
La plus récente enquête sur le tourisme faite

Habitation
Types de maisons                                         Familles pauvres
                                                         Familles à revenus moyens
                                                         Familles à revenus élevés

Coûts de construction, US$ / unite                       Familles pauvres
                                                         Familles à revenus moyens
                                                         Familles à revenus élevés

Coûts de réparation, US$/unite                           Familles pauvres
                                                         Familles à revenus moyens
                                                         Familles à revenus élevés


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Les biens des ménages, typiques, US$/unités           Familles pauvres
                                                      Familles à revenus moyens
                                                      Familles à revenus élevés

Propriétaires des maisons                             Gouvernement, public
                                                      Privé
                                                      Sur rente

Le plus récent recensement sur l'immobilier
effectué



La plus récente enquête sur les ménages effectuée

Analyse des capacités de construction

EDUCATION
Calendrier de l'année scolaire
Nombre et niveau des écoles                           Public
                                                      Privé
Fournitures typiques, équipements et matériels        Valeur en US$
Coûts de construction et de réparation, US$
Cantine scolaire gratuite pour les enfants?
Transport gratuit pour les enfants?

SANTE
Les indicateurs épidémiologiques (03 dernières
années)
Coût unitaire des soins de santé pour les maladies
typiques, US$
Caractéristiques, capacités et localisation des
équipements sanitaires

Ressources humaines dans le domaine de la santé
Stock d'équipements et de médicaments dans un
centre de soin de santé
Description du système de gestion de santé

Coût unitaire du contrôle des maladies vectorielles
EAU et ASSAINISSEMENT
Organisation du secteur                               Publique
                                                      Privée
Soussecteurs et systèmes                              Provision d'eau
                                                      Evacuation des eaux usées
                                                      Tuyaux d'évacuation
Les zones couvertes d'eau potable
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                                                         Système Urbain/Rural
                                                         Système collectif/Individuel

Consommation typique per capita

Taux moyens de charges des usagers

ELECTRICITE
Organisation du secteur                                  Publique
                                                         Privée
Vente d'éléctricité par secteur (pour les 03 dernières
années)
Tarifs payés par chaque secteur d'utilisateurs (pour
les 03 dernières années)
Projections de demande en électricité (courante et
pour les 02 prochaines années)
Localisation et capacités des matériels et
équipements

TRANSPORT
Subsecteurs                                              Transport terrestre
                                                         Transport ferroviaire
                                                         Transport aérien
                                                         Transport fluvial
Equipements en transport (caractéristiques, coût
unitaire)
                                                         Routes primaires, secondaires et tertiaires
                                                         Stock de véhicules
                                                         Ponts et chaussées
                                                         Coûts des opérations par type de véhicule, US$/km
                                                         Ports et aéroports

COMMUNICATION
Subsecteurs (caractéristiques et coûts unitaires et
revenus)                                                 Services postaux
                                                         Télécommunications basées sur terre
                                                         Communication par téléphone cellulaire




              Annex 4


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Proposed Contents

PART A – The Impact of the Disaster

Section I: The Disaster
1.1. Tropical Storm Fay, Hurricanes Gustav, Hanna, Ike
1.2. The Human Toll
1.3. Social and Economic Background of the Affected Areas
1.3.1. Livelihoods
1.3.2. The Social Structure of Haiti
1.4. Haiti’s Vulnerability to Natural Hazards and Climate Change
1.4.1. Historical Hazard Risk Profile
1.4.2. Hazard Exposure in the Most affected Areas (to be defined)
1.5. Managing Disaster Risk: Key Priorities

Section II: Sector Impact
2.1. Assessment Methodology and Data
2.2. Fulfilling Basic Needs and Restoring Basic Services
2.2.1. Food And Nutrition
2.2.2. Health
2.2.3. Education
2.3. Restoring Economic Activity / Livelihoods
2.3.1. Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
2.3.2. Industry and Commerce
2.4. Infrastructure
2.4.1. Housing
2.4.2. Water Supply and Sanitation
2.4.3. Religious Infrastructure
2.4.4. Transport and Communications
2.4.5. Energy
2.4.6. Public Infrastructure
2.5. Cross-cutting Issues (
2.5.1. Coastal Zone Management and Environment
2.5.2. Gender
2.6. Summary of Damage and Losses

Section III: The Economic and Social Impact
3.1. Macro-Economic Impact
3.1.1. The Economy Pre-Disaster after Food Crisis
3.1.2. Macro economic Impact of Hurricanes
3.2. Impact on Livelihoods and Incomes
3.3. Social Impact (HDI and Poverty Level Variations)
3.3.1. Vulnerable Groups

Section IV: The Response to Disaster
4.1. The Immediate Response
4.1.1. National Response
4.1.2. International Response
4.2. Early Recovery

PART B - The Way Forward

Section V – Reducing Risks
5.1. Institutional Arrangements

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5.2. Regional Partnerships for Disaster Risk Management
5.3. Disaster Risk reduction Measures for Recovery and reconstruction


Section V_ -Reconstruction and Recovery Requirements
6.1. Guiding Principles
6.2. Overall Reconstruction and Recovery Approach
6.2.1. Social Services
6.2.2. Shelter and Housing
6.2.3. Food and Agriculture
6.2.4. Community Recovery and Livelihoods
6.2.5. Environmental Management
6.2.6. Infrastructure
6.3. Needs and Costs
6.3.1. The relationship between Damage and Losses and Recovery Needs
6.3.2. Coordination, Monitoring, and Aid Tracking
6.3.3 Early Recovery Requirements
6.3.4 Medium to Long Term Recovery and Reconstruction Requirements




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