Disaster Prevention and Management

Disaster Preparation & Management Course

In light of the typhoons that have affected and are currently affecting the Philippine
countryside, the MABS team would like to share course which will help banks to better prepare and manage natural disasters.

Based on sound management practices, rural banks should always have appropriate plans in place to protect its records, client deposits, bank facilities, and most importantly, their reputation as dependable banks in times of crisis. In the aftermath of a calamity, rural banks should also have mechanisms to identify affected clients and find ways to continue servicing their banking needs. Banks should also identify steps to preserve the quality of their loan portfolio and help clients continuously manage their loan payments effectively, even during a time of crisis.

Course Objectives:

  • Become familiar with the four phases of Disaster Preparedness and Management
  • Learn tips and procedures on how to prepare your bank for disasters
  • Understand how to better manage and continue to provide banking services after a disaster occurs
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Phases
Click the link to access documents. 1.  Preparation Phase

Lecture

Discussion

Exercises

References

Click the link to access documents. 2.  Execution Phase
Click the link to access documents. 3.  Recovery Phase
Click the link to access documents. 4. Review Phase
Click the link to access documents. Case Studies
Click the link to access documents. Post – Disaster Assessment
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Surviving Disasters and Supporting Recovery: A Guidebook for Microfinance Institutions
A World Bank-authored guide to disaster management and recovery for microfinance institutions
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