Integral Alliance

Disaster Management

Disaster Management

Integral Members are committed to increasing the capacity and quality of their response, and those of their partners, to emergencies.  The Integral Disaster Management approach includes a joint communications and operations Disaster Response Process, as well as a preparedness strategy for disaster prone countries that can aid collaboration between Members when disaster strikes.  You can download a copy of “Stronger Together; Reaching Further”, a small booklet outlining the Integral Disaster Response Process, here.

Disaster situations where Integral Members have collaborated:

2016: Cyclone Winston (Fiji), Ecuador, Yemen and Haiti (Hurricane Matthew)
2015: Nigeria IDP and Refugee Crisis, Cyclone Pam (Vanuatu), Nepal Earthquake, Middle East Crisis, Myanmar Flooding, East Africa Food Security
2014: The Philippines (Typhoon Hagiput), Ebola outbreak - West Africa, Iraq, Central African Republic, Syria, South Sudan, The Philippines (Typhoon Haiyan)
2013: Cyclone Mahasen (Bangladesh), North India Flooding (Utterakhand), Syrian Crisis, and Tropical Cyclone Phailin (East India), Typhoon Haiyan, (The Philippines)
2012: The Philippines – flooding; S. Sudan – IDP/ Returnees crisis, N. Kivu, DRC
2011: Cote d’Ivoire, Li, bya, North Korea, South Sudan, Japan earthquake, Middle East, East Africa food crisis
2010: Haiti earthquake, Sahel food crisis, Indonesia earthquake, Guatemala Hurricane, Pakistan floods
2009: Sri Lanka (internally displaced people), Pakistan floods, Asian disasters
2008:  Kenya Unrest, China Earthquake, Myanmar Cyclone, Democratic Republic of Congo, East Africa Food Crisis, India floods
2007: Bangladesh Floods, Zimbabwe Humanitarian Crisis
2006: Indonesia Earthquake
2004: Indonesia Tsunami, Sri Lanka Tsunami