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Session 3: Pu‘uhonua: Envisioning a Resilience Hub for Ko‘olauloa
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01:45 pm - 02:45 pm
Date:
27 October 2020

Session 3: Pu‘uhonua: Envisioning a Resilience Hub for Ko‘olauloa

Community resilience focuses on growing and boosting local capacity to recover, adapt and, ultimately, thrive in the future no matter the disruption or hazard or loss.  Resilience hubs are neighborhood centers designed to coordinate critical services or resources both during and between disasters.  Hubs provide an opportunity for local residents to drive their own solutions to best meet their needs and increase their resilience to face emergencies. They can provide a safe place during disasters or operate as centers for distributing food, critical information and other necessities after disasters, or during a pandemic.  The City’s Ola – O’ahu Resilience Strategy Bouncing Forward pillar to foster resilience identified hubs as critical to local capacity with Action 15: “To develop a network of community resilience hubs”.  Hau`ula was named as the first model Resilience Hub.  Dotty Kelly-Paddock – the driving force for the hub - and Dean Sakamoto, AIA, will share progress made.

 

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Dean Sakamoto, FAIA, LEED AP, SEED
Dean Sakamoto, FAIA, LEED AP, SEED
Founder and Principal of Dean Sakamoto Architects and SHADE
Dotty Kelly-Paddock
Dotty Kelly-Paddock
Educator and community leader
Ramona Mullahey
Ramona Mullahey
Senior Analyst, Field Policy & Management, HUD, Honolulu Field Office
Illya Azaroff, AIA
Illya Azaroff, AIA
AIA New York State Disaster Coordinator