PART 1: SHARING SESSION
TIME ACTIVITY
1400 – 1405 Welcome and opening remarks by Prof. Dr. Masafumi Goto, Director of Disaster Preparedness and Prevention Centre (DPPC), MJIIT
1405 – 1415 Concept and objectives for Public-Private-Academia Partnership (PPAP) for building disaster resilient societies
Dr. Shohei Matsuura, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
1415 – 1430 Expectations for PPAP in Malaysia: Government’s perspectives on opportunities and challenges
YBhg. Dato’ Mohtar Mohd. Abd. Rahman, Director General of National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA)
1430 – 1445 Facilitating risk-informed investment for strengthening disaster preparedness and resilience in Malaysia
Malaysian Development Bank (BPMB)
1445 – 1455 Q&A followed by group photo
PART 2: PPAP FORUM
1500 – 1540 Theme 1 – Investing in DRRM
“Challenges & opportunities to facilitate DRRM investment in Malaysia”

Panelists:
1. YBhg. Dato’ Mohtar Mohd. Abd. Rahman,
Director General of National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA)
2. YBhg. Ir. Dr. Zuhairi Abd. Hamid,
Chief Executive Officer, Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM)
Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB)
3. YBhg. Mr. Ahmad Nadjme Yusuf,
Chief’s Risk Officer’s Office, Malaysia Development Bank
4. YBhg. Mr. Uchida Ryo,
Fujitsu Japan Limited, Japan

Moderator:
Prof. Dr. Zulkifli Yusop,
Chair of Resource Sustainability Research Alliance, UTM Johor

1545 – 1615 Theme 2 – Establishing PPAP platform for DRR
“Finding common benefits for DRR partnership in Malaysia”

Panelists:
1. Dato’ Zakaria Mohamad,
Science, Technology and Engineering (STEP) Panel to NADMA Malaysia
2. YBhg. Dato’ Dr. Ahmad Faisal Mohd. Perdaus,
President of MERCY Malaysia
3. YBhg. Deputy Commissioner (CD) Hj. Norhafifi Hj. Ismail,
Director of Policy Planning and Coordination Division, Malaysia Civil Defence Force
4. YBhg. Mr. Michael Klaus Heil,
CEO of See Now Consulting

Moderator:
Dr. Khamarrul Azahari Razak,
Co-Chair, WG Climate Change Adaptation & Disaster Risk Reduction, Global Young Academy, UTM Kuala Lumpur

1615 – 1630 Overview and closing