The main objective of the guide is to provide key principles and basic information to consider when identifying and applying relevant indicators to implement the Hyogo Framework’s priority actions, and assess overall progress.
The document aims to support the development of a managerial, indicator-based approach to the design and implementation of disaster risk reduction activities, as a means to improve the effectiveness of policies and activities, and to provide guidance to national authorities to help them develop indicators tailored to their needs. The intended audience for this guide are primarily the national authorities and officials who have responsibilities for implementing disaster risk reduction activities and for monitoring and reporting on progress.
Annex 1: Rationale of proposed indicators for Hyogo Framework's Strategic Goals and Priorities for Action.
Annex 2: Additional possible indicators to assess progress in implementation of Hyogo Framework .
Annex 3: Indicators for regional and international level use.
Annex 4: Millennium Development Goals and disaster risk reduction.
Annex 5: Indicative criteria for establishing levels of progress for disaster risk reduction.
Annex 6: Links between disaster risk reduction priorities and Millennium Development Goals.
Annex 7: The Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015: Building the Resilience of Nations and Communities to Disasters.
Annex 8: Summary and outcomes of the online dialogue of 2005.
Annex 9: Worksheet for 'HFA strategic goals status review'.
Annex 10: Worksheet for 'HFA Monitor' - national level progress reporting tool.
Annex 11: Worksheets for data collection on disaster losses.