ࡱ> 6defghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~a I bjbjjj ^?b?b&&z44444D5557 GT 5qvHQdfhhhnV  Ù\>@@@@@@$d]4nnd44hhOhkkk4h4h>k>kkb  ThZ *)Hq_ TT4R3kA MXddOq&B @3: Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Reports of Governing and Major Subsidiary Bodies Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS) Twelfth Session Kish, Islamic Republic of Iran 912 March 2019 UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Reports of Governing and Major Subsidiary Bodies Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS) Twelfth Session Kish, Islamic Republic of Iran 912 March 2019 UNESCO 2019 ICG/IOTWMS-XII/3 Paris, April 2019 English Only  Participants of the Twelfth session of the ICG/IOTWMS TABLE OF CONTENTS page  TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378771" Executive Summary ( PAGEREF _Toc8378771 \h iii)  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378772" Rsum excutif ( PAGEREF _Toc8378772 \h v)  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378773" Resumen ejecutivo ( PAGEREF _Toc8378773 \h viii)  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378774"  01>G55 @57N<5 ( PAGEREF _Toc8378774 \h xi)  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378775" 1. WELCOME AND OPENING  PAGEREF _Toc8378775 \h 1  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378776" 2. ORGANIZATION OF THE SESSION  PAGEREF _Toc8378776 \h 2  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378777" 2.1 ADOPTION OF AGENDA  PAGEREF _Toc8378777 \h 2  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378778" 2.2 DESIGNATION OF RAPPORTEUR  PAGEREF _Toc8378778 \h 3  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378779" 2.3 CONDUCT OF THE SESSION, TIMETABLE AND DOCUMENTATION  PAGEREF _Toc8378779 \h 3  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378780" 3. REPORT OF INTERSESSIONAL ACTIVITIES  PAGEREF _Toc8378780 \h 4  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378781" 3.1 ICG CHAIRperson'S REPORT  PAGEREF _Toc8378781 \h 4  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378782" 3.2 REPORT FROM THE IOC EXECUTIVE SECRETARY  PAGEREF _Toc8378782 \h 5  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378783" 3.3 REVIEW OF ICG/IOTWMS DECISIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND ACTIONS  PAGEREF _Toc8378783 \h 5  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378784" 3.4 REPORT on the Tsunami Symposium and TOWS-wg  PAGEREF _Toc8378784 \h 5  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378785" 3.5 REPORT OF INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI INFORMATION CENTRE (IOTIC)  PAGEREF _Toc8378785 \h 6  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378786" 3.6 NATIONAL PROGRESS REPORTS  PAGEREF _Toc8378786 \h 7  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378787" 3.7 STATUS OF PROGRESS IN OTHER ICGS  PAGEREF _Toc8378787 \h 9  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378788" 3.8 REPORTS FROM UN and Non-UN OrganiZations  PAGEREF _Toc8378788 \h 9  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378789" 4. IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDER (IOTWMS-TSP) REPORTS  PAGEREF _Toc8378789 \h 10  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378790" 4.1 TSP AUSTRALIA  PAGEREF _Toc8378790 \h 10  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378791" 4.2 TSP INDIA  PAGEREF _Toc8378791 \h 11  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378792" 4.3 TSP INDONESIA  PAGEREF _Toc8378792 \h 11  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378793" 5. REPORT ON THE 28 SEPTEMBER 2018 SULAWESI EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI EVENT AND 22 DECEMBER 2018 SUNDA STRAIT TSUNAMI  PAGEREF _Toc8378793 \h 12  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378794" 6. REPORT FROM THE TASK TEAMS  PAGEREF _Toc8378794 \h 13  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378795" 6.1 REPORT FROM THE TASK TEAM ON INDIAN OCEAN WAVE 2018 (IOWAVE18)  PAGEREF _Toc8378795 \h 13  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378796" 6.2 REPORT FROM THE TASK TEAM ON CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF TSUNAMI PREPAREDNESS (TT-CATP)  PAGEREF _Toc8378796 \h 14  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378797" 7. WORKING GROUP PROGRESS REPORTS  PAGEREF _Toc8378797 \h 14  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378798" 7.1 WORKING GROUP 1 PROGRESS REPORT: TSUNAMI RISK, COMMUNITY AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS  PAGEREF _Toc8378798 \h 14  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378799" 7.2 WORKING GROUP 2 PROGRESS REPORT: TSUNAMI DETECTION, WARNING AND DISSEMINATION  PAGEREF _Toc8378799 \h 15  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378800" 7.3 SUB-REGIONAL Working Group for THE NORTHWEST INDIAN OCEAN REGION  PAGEREF _Toc8378800 \h 16  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378801" 8. POLICY MATTERS  PAGEREF _Toc8378801 \h 16  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378802" 8.1 EXERCISE INDIAN OCEAN WAVE2020  PAGEREF _Toc8378802 \h 16  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378803" 8.2 INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI READY RECOGNITION  PAGEREF _Toc8378803 \h 16  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378804" 8.3 TRAININGS  PAGEREF _Toc8378804 \h 17  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378805" 8.4 IOTWMS GOVERNANCE AND STRUCTURE  PAGEREF _Toc8378805 \h 17  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378806" 9. IOTWMS DOCUMENTATION  PAGEREF _Toc8378806 \h 20  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378807" 9.1 IOTWMS STATUS REPORT  PAGEREF _Toc8378807 \h 20  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378808" 9.2 IOTWMS MEDIUM-TERM STRATEGY  PAGEREF _Toc8378808 \h 20  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378809" 9.3 UPDATES TO DEFINITION OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDERS and National Tsunami WArning Centre User Guide  PAGEREF _Toc8378809 \h 20  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378810" 10. REPORTS FROM SESSIONAL GROUP MEETINGS  PAGEREF _Toc8378810 \h 21  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378811" 11. PROGRAMME AND BUDGET  PAGEREF _Toc8378811 \h 21  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378812" 12. ELECTION OF OFFICERS  PAGEREF _Toc8378812 \h 22  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378813" 13. OTHER BUSINESS  PAGEREF _Toc8378813 \h 22  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378814" 14. NEXT MEETING  PAGEREF _Toc8378814 \h 22  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378815" 14.1 CONFIRMATION OF DATE AND VENUE FOR ICG/IOTWMS-XIII  PAGEREF _Toc8378815 \h 22  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378816" 14.2 TARGET DATE AND VENUE FOR ICG/IOTWMS-XIV  PAGEREF _Toc8378816 \h 22  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378817" 15. ADOPTION OF DECISIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS  PAGEREF _Toc8378817 \h 23  HYPERLINK \l "_Toc8378818" 16. CLOSE OF MEETING  PAGEREF _Toc8378818 \h 23 ANNEXES  HYPERLINK \l "A1" I. AGENDA  HYPERLINK \l "A2" II. DECISION ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1  HYPERLINK \l "A3" III. CHAIRPERSONS REPORT  HYPERLINK \l "A4" IV. REPORT OF THE ICG/IOTWMS SECRETARIAT  HYPERLINK \l "A5" V. REPORT OF THE INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI INFORMATION CENTRE  HYPERLINK \l "A6" VI. REPORT OF WORKING GROUP 2 ON TSUNAMI DETECTION, WARNING AND DISSEMINATION  HYPERLINK \l "A7" VII. REPORT OF SUBREGIONAL WORKING GROUP FOR THE NORTH WEST INDIAN OCEAN  HYPERLINK \l "A8" VIII SUMMARY STATEMENT OF EXPERT CONSULTATION ON SCIENTIFIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT OF THE MAKRAN SUBDUCTION ZONE   HYPERLINK \l "A9" IX. LIST OF DOCUMENTS  HYPERLINK \l "A10" X. LIST OF PARTICIPANTS  HYPERLINK \l "A11" XI. LIST OF ACRONYMS  Executive Summary  The Twelfth Session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS-XII) was held in Kish Island, Islamic Republic of Iran, from 9 to 12 March 2019 under the Chairmanship of DrAndi Eka Sakya. The session was attended by 21delegates from 8Member States in the Indian Ocean region, 1United Nations (UN) agency, about 30observers from 8countries and 3Secretariat staff. One additional UN agency participated through Skype. The meeting agenda is attached as  HYPERLINK \l "A1" Annex I. The ICG reviewed the progress made during the intersessional period and considered the reports and recommendations from its Steering Group, Working Groups and Task Teams. The ICG considered the IOTWMS Medium-term Strategy (20192024), IOWave18 Exercise Report, IOTWMS Status Report, Tsunami Service Provider Service Definition Document, National Tsunami Warning Centre User Guide, and Tsunami Service Provider (TSP) Status Reports from Australia, India and Indonesia. The ICG also received, considered and noted reports of the 11th and 12th meetings of the Working Group on Tsunami and Other Hazards Related to Sea-Level Warning and Mitigation Systems (TOWS-WG); of the IOC Secretariat; Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC); and national reports from 21 Member States. The documentation for the session is available at HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/iotwms12"http://www.ioc-unesco.org/iotwms12. The ICG adopted the IOTWMS Medium-term Strategy (20192024), and requested Member States to consider updating their national policies and plans in accordance with the strategic objectives. The ICG adopted the IOTWMS Status Report subject to consideration of comments from the Member States and approval by the Steering Group. The ICG recognised Palu and Sunda strait tsunami events as being very complex from an early warning perspective, and the current technical limitations of producing timely and accurate forecasts for tsunamis from near-source atypical sources (e.g. aerial landslides, submarine landslides, volcanoes). The ICG encouraged Member States to continue reviewing their tsunami warning chains with a view to minimizing the number of steps, and clear authorization of responsibilities amongst stakeholders, especially for near-field tsunami threats. The ICG encouraged Member States to enhance community preparedness for near-field tsunamis, with emphasis on self-evacuation based on natural signs. The ICG noted the successful conduct of IOWave18 by Member States and piloting of Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) programme by India and Oman, and encouraged all Member States to consider piloting IOTR in vulnerable communities, with UNESCO-IOC recognition. The ICG encouraged Member States to emphasise to Disaster Management Organisations the role they play in strengthening the warning chain to ensure optimal community response and stress the importance that the agencies participate in regional tsunami governance and technical forums. The ICG endorsed the recommendations of the Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment for the Makran Subduction Zone (8 March 2019, Kish Island). The ICG noted the importance of seismic data for timely and accurate determination of tsunami threats by Tsunami Service Providers, and the progress made in bilateral exchange of seismic data among some Member States; and urged Member States, especially in the North West Indian Ocean region, to provide all relevant seismic data in real-time to TSPs and other Member States. The ICG decided to continue: Working Group 1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness, Working Group 2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination, and Sub-Regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean. The ICG decided to establish: a new inter-sessional Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-Field Tsunami Hazard, a new inter-sessional Task Team on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone. The ICG decided to conduct an IOWave exercise in 2020 and established a Task Team to plan and organise it. The ICG decided to conduct two training workshops on Standard Operating Procedures in the intersessional period, with one to be conducted in the North West Indian Ocean region, subject to the availability of funding. The ICG decided to conduct a Palu and Sunda Strait Tsunami Lessons learnt workshop in 2019 and a Post-IOWave20 workshop within 3 months of the exercise, subject to availability of funding. The ICG decided to continue to hold inter-sessional activities as integrated meetings to optimise resources, and notes with appreciation offers from Indonesia and Oman to host a meeting in 2020. The ICG elected its officers for the next intersessional term commencing at the end of the session. Prof. Dr Dwikorita Karnawati (Indonesia) was elected as Chair, and Dr Behrouz Abtahi (Iran) and Mr Pattabhi Rama Rao Eluri (India) were elected as Vice-chairs. The ICG acknowledged with appreciation the contribution and continued support of the Government of Australia for the IOTWMS Secretariat and the support of the Government of Indonesia for hosting the Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC). The ICG decided to hold its 13th session in early 2021 and accepted with appreciation the offer from Indonesia to host it. The ICG accepted with appreciation the offer from the Sultanate of Oman to host its 14th session in early 2023. The ICG expressed its gratitude to the Islamic Republic of Iran for the excellent host arrangements for its 12th session. The ICG adopted Decisions ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 as attached in  HYPERLINK \l "A2" Annex II. Rsum excutif  La douzime session du Groupe intergouvernemental de coordination du Systme dalerte aux tsunamis et de mitigation dans locan Indien (GIC/IOTWS-XII) sest tenue lle de Qeshm (Rpublique islamique dIran) du 9 au 12mars2019, sous la prsidence de M.AndiEka Sakya. La session sest droule en prsence de 21dlgus issus de huittatsmembres de la rgion de locan Indien, dun organisme du systme des NationsUnies, dune trentaine dobservateurs issus de huit tatsmembres et de troismembres du Secrtariat. Un autre organisme des NationsUnies a particip par Skype. Lordre du jour de la runion figure lannexeI. Le GIC a pass en revue les progrs accomplis pendant lintersession et examin les rapports et recommandations de son groupe directeur, de ses groupes de travail et de ses quipes spciales. Il a galement examin la Stratgie moyen terme de lIOTWMS (2019-2024), le rapport sur lexercice IOWave18, le rapport dtape de lIOTWMS, le document de dfinition des services pour les Prestataires de services relatifs aux tsunamis (TSP), le guide de lutilisateur des centres nationaux dalerte aux tsunamis, et les rapports dtape des prestataires de services relatifs aux tsunamis dAustralie, dInde et dIndonsie. Le GIC a reu et examin plusieurs rapports, dont il a pris note: rapports des 11e et 12erunions du Groupe de travail sur les systmes dalerte aux tsunamis et autres alas lis au niveau de la mer, et de mitigation (TOWS-WG); rapport du Secrtariat de la COI; rapport du Centre dinformation sur les tsunamis dans locan Indien (IOTIC); et rapports nationaux de 21tats membres. Les documents de la session sont accessibles en ligne ladresse suivante:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/iotwms12" www.ioc-unesco.org/iotwms12. Le GIC a adopt la Stratgie moyen terme de lIOTWMS (2019-2024), et a demand aux tats membres denvisager dactualiser leurs politiques et plans nationaux afin de les mettre en conformit avec les objectifs stratgiques. Le GIC a adopt le rapport dtape de lIOTWMS, sous rserve de lexamen des commentaires formuls par les tatsmembres et de lapprobation du Groupe directeur. Le GIC a indiqu que les tsunamis de Palu et du dtroit de la Sonde constituaient des cas trs complexes sur le plan de lalerte rapide, et admis les limites techniques rencontres lheure actuelle dans la production rapide de prvisions prcises pour les tsunamis gnrs par des sources proches atypiques (par ex. glissements de terrain arien, glissements de terrain sous-marin, volcans). Le GIC a encourag les tatsmembres continuer de revoir leur chane dalerte aux tsunamis de faon rduire le nombre dtapes, et rpartir clairement les responsabilits entre les parties prenantes, en particulier concernant les risques de tsunamis locaux. Le GIC a incit les tats membres amliorer la prparation des populations aux tsunamis locaux, en mettant laccent sur lauto-vacuation fonde sur les signes naturels avant-coureurs. Le GIC a pris note du bon droulement de lexercice IOWave18 ralis par les tatsmembres et de la mise lessai du programme de prparation aux tsunamis (Tsunami Ready) par lInde et Oman, et appel tous les tatsmembres envisager de mettre en uvre ce programme titre exprimental dans les communauts vulnrables, avec la certification de la COI. Le GIC a engag les tatsmembres mettre en avant, auprs des organismes de gestion des catastrophes, le rle que ces derniers jouent pour renforcer la chane dalerte et assurer ainsi une raction optimale des populations, ainsi qu souligner limportance de la participation de ces organismes aux forums rgionaux techniques et de gouvernance relatifs aux tsunamis. Le GIC a fait siennes les recommandations de la consultation dexperts sur lvaluation scientifique du danger de tsunami dans la zone de subduction du Makran (8mars2019, le de Qeshm). Le GIC a relev limportance des donnes sismiques pour lidentification prcise et rapide des risques de tsunami par les prestataires de services relatifs aux tsunamis, ainsi que les progrs accomplis dans lchange bilatral de donnes sismiques entre certains tatsmembres. Il a demand instamment aux tats membres, notamment ceux de la rgion de locan Indien du Nord-Ouest, de communiquer en temps rel toutes les donnes sismiques pertinentes aux TSP et aux autres tats membres. Le GIC a dcid de proroger: le Groupe de travail1 sur les risques de tsunami et la sensibilisation des communauts; le Groupe de travail2 sur la dtection des tsunamis, lalerte et la diffusion; le Groupe de travail sous-rgional pour locan Indien nord-occidental. Le GIC a dcid de crer: une nouvelle quipe de travail intersessions sur la prparation aux tsunamis locaux; une nouvelle quipe de travail intersessions sur lvaluation scientifique du danger de tsunami dans la zone de subduction du Makran. Le GIC a dcid deffectuer un exercice IOWave en 2020 et a cr une quipe spciale charge de le planifier et de lorganiser. Le GIC a dcid dorganiser, pendant la priode intersessions, deux ateliers de formation sur les procdures oprationnelles normalises, dont lun aura lieu dans la rgion de locan Indien du Nord-Ouest, sous rserve de la disponibilit des fonds ncessaires. Le GIC a dcid dorganiser un atelier sur les enseignements tirs des tsunamis de Palu et du dtroit de la Sonde en 2019, ainsi quun atelier post-IOWave20 dans les troismois qui suivront lexercice, sous rserve de la disponibilit des fonds ncessaires. Le GIC a dcid de continuer de mener des activits pendant la priode intersessions sous la forme de runions intgres, afin doptimiser les ressources, et a pris note avec satisfaction des propositions de lIndonsie et dOman dorganiser une runion en 2020. Le GIC a lu son bureau pour la prochaine priode intersessions, compter de la fin de la session. MmeDwikorita Karnawati (Indonsie) a t lue prsidente, et MM.Behrouz Abtahi (Iran) et Pattabhi Rama Rao Eluri (Inde) ont t lus vice-prsidents. Le GIC a pris note avec satisfaction de la contribution et du soutien constant fournis par le Gouvernement australien au Secrtariat de lIOTWMS, ainsi que de laide quapporte le Gouvernement indonsien en hbergeant le Centre dinformation sur les tsunamis dans locan Indien (IOTIC). Le GIC a dcid de tenir sa 13esession au dbut de lanne 2021 et a accept avec gratitude la proposition faite par lIndonsie daccueillir cette session. Le GIC a galement accept avec gratitude la proposition faite par le Sultanat dOman daccueillir sa 14esession au dbut de 2023. Le GIC a remerci la Rpublique islamique dIran de son excellent accueil pour sa 12esession. Le GIC a adopt les dcisions ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 qui figurent  HYPERLINK \l "A2" lannexeII. Resumen ejecutivo La 12reunin del Grupo Intergubernamental de Coordinacin del Sistema de Alerta contra los Tsunamis y Atenuacin de sus Efectos en el Ocano ndico (ICG/IOTWMS-XII) se celebr en la Isla de Kish (Repblica Islmica del Irn) del 9 al 12 de marzo de 2019 bajo la presidencia del Dr. Andi Eka Sakya. Asistieron a la reunin 21 delegados de ocho Estados Miembros de la regin del ocano ndico, un organismo de las Naciones Unidas, unos 30 observadores de ocho Estados Miembros y tres funcionarios de la Secretara. Otro organismo de las Naciones Unidas particip a travs de Skype. El orden del da de la reunin figura en el anexo I. El ICG examin los progresos realizados durante el periodo entre reuniones, as como los informes y recomendaciones de su Grupo de Direccin, sus grupos de trabajo y sus equipos de trabajo. El ICG examin tambin la Estrategia a Plazo Medio del IOTWMS (2019-2024), el informe sobre el ejercicio IOWave18, el informe de situacin del IOTWMS, el documento de definicin de los servicios de los proveedores de servicios sobre tsunamis, la gua del usuario de los centros nacionales de alerta contra los tsunamis y los informes de situacin de los proveedores de servicios sobre tsunamis de Australia, la India e Indonesia. Asimismo, el ICG recibi y examin los siguientes informes, de los que tom nota: los informes de las reuniones 11 y 12 del Grupo de Trabajo sobre sistemas de alerta contra los tsunamis y otros peligros relacionados con el nivel del mar y atenuacin de sus efectos (TOWS-WG), el informe de la Secretara de la COI, el informe del Centro de Informacin sobre Tsunamis del Ocano ndico (IOTIC) e informes nacionales de 21 Estados miembros. La documentacin de la reunin puede consultarse en  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/iotwms12" http://www.ioc-unesco.org/iotwms12. El ICG aprob la Estrategia a Plazo Medio del IOTWMS (2019-2024) y pidi a los Estados Miembros que consideraran la posibilidad de actualizar sus polticas y planes nacionales de conformidad con los objetivos estratgicos. El ICG aprob el informe de situacin del IOTWMS, a reserva del examen de las observaciones de los Estados Miembros al respecto y de su aprobacin por el Grupo de Direccin. El ICG reconoci que los tsunamis de Palu y del Estrecho de Sunda son muy complejos desde el punto de vista de la alerta temprana y que, de momento, existen limitaciones tcnicas para la elaboracin de predicciones oportunas y precisas de tsunamis a partir de fuentes cercanas "atpicas" (por ejemplo, deslizamientos superficiales, deslizamientos submarinos, volcanes, etc.). El ICG alent a los Estados Miembros a que siguieran examinando sus cadenas de alerta contra tsunamis con miras a reducir al mnimo el nmero de etapas y a que determinaran claramente las responsabilidades de las partes interesadas, especialmente en lo que respecta a las amenazas de tsunamis locales. El ICG alent a los Estados Miembros a mejorar la preparacin de las comunidades para los tsunamis locales, haciendo hincapi en la autoevacuacin basada en los signos de la naturaleza. El ICG tom nota de la ejecucin satisfactoria de IOWave 18 por los Estados Miembros y de la puesta a prueba del programa de preparacin ante los tsunamis en el ocano ndico por la India y Omn, y alent a todos los Estados Miembros a que consideraran la posibilidad de poner a prueba dicho programa en comunidades vulnerables, con el reconocimiento de la COI. El ICG alent a los Estados Miembros a que hicieran hincapi ante los organismos de gestin de desastres en la funcin que desempean en el fortalecimiento de la cadena de alerta para garantizar una respuesta ptima de las comunidades, y recalcaran la importancia de que los organismos participen en foros regionales sobre gobernanza y aspectos tcnicos en materia de tsunamis. El ICG hizo suyas las recomendaciones de la Consulta de expertos sobre evaluacin cientfica de los riesgos de tsunami en la zona de subduccin de Makran (8 de marzo de 2019, isla de Kish). El ICG tom nota de la importancia de los datos ssmicos para la determinacin oportuna y precisa de las amenazas de tsunami por los proveedores de servicios sobre tsunamis, y de los progresos realizados en el intercambio bilateral de datos ssmicos entre determinados Estados Miembros, e inst a los Estados Miembros, especialmente en la regin del ocano ndico noroccidental, a proporcionar todos los datos ssmicos pertinentes en tiempo real a los proveedores de servicios sobre tsunamis y a otros Estados Miembros. El ICG decidi mantener: el Grupo de trabajo 1 sobre riesgos de tsunamis y sensibilizacin de las comunidades; el Grupo de trabajo 2 sobre deteccin de tsunamis, alerta y difusin; el Grupo de trabajo subregional para el ocano ndico noroccidental. El ICG decidi establecer: un nuevo equipo de trabajo entre reuniones sobre la preparacin para los tsunamis en relacin con el peligro de tsunamis locales; un nuevo equipo de trabajo entre reuniones sobre la evaluacin cientfica del peligro de tsunami en la zona de subduccin de Makran. El ICG decidi llevar a cabo un ejercicio IOWave en 2020 y cre un equipo de trabajo encargado de su planificacin y organizacin. El ICG decidi organizar durante el periodo entre reuniones dos talleres de formacin sobre procedimientos normalizados de operaciones, uno de ellos en la regin del ocano ndico noroccidental, siempre que se disponga de financiacin. El ICG decidi organizar en 2019 un taller sobre las enseanzas extradas de los tsunamis de Palu y del estrecho de Sunda y un taller posterior al ejercicio IOWave 20 dentro de un plazo de tresmeses tras su realizacin, siempre que se disponga de financiacin. El ICG decidi seguir realizando actividades entre reuniones como la celebracin de reuniones integradas para optimizar los recursos, y tom nota con reconocimiento de los ofrecimientos de Indonesia y Omn de acoger una reunin en 2020. El ICG eligi sus directivos para el prximo periodo entre reuniones que comienza al final de la reunin. La Prof. Dra. Dwikorita Karnawati (Indonesia) fue elegida Presidenta, y el Dr. Behrouz Abtahi (Irn) y el Sr. Pattabhi Rama Rao Eluri (India) fueron elegidos Vicepresidentes. El ICG acogi con satisfaccin la contribucin y el apoyo constante del Gobierno de Australia a la Secretara del IOTWMS y el apoyo del Gobierno de Indonesia para acoger el Centro de Informacin sobre Tsunamis del Ocano ndico (IOTIC). El ICG decidi celebrar su 13reunin a principios de 2021 y acept con reconocimiento la propuesta de Indonesia de acogerla. El ICG acept con reconocimiento la propuesta del Sultanato de Omn de acoger su 14reunin a principios de 2023. 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A 1;03>40@=>ABLN ?@8=O;0 ?@54;>65=85 !C;B0=0B0 <0= ?@>25AB8 C A51O 2 =0G0;5 2023 3. 14-N A5AA8N .  2K@078;0 1;03>40@=>ABL A;0<A:>9 5A?C1;8:5 @0= 70 ?@5:@0A=CN >@30=870F8N 55 425=04F0B>9 A5AA88.  ?@8=O;0 @5H5=8O ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1, :>B>@K5 ?@82>4OBAO 2  HYPERLINK \l "A2" ?@8;>65=88 II. WELCOME AND OPENING The 12th session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS-XII) was hosted by the Islamic Republic (I.R.) of Iran through the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science ( HYPERLINK "http://www.inio.ac.ir/Default.aspx?tabid=1204" INIOAS) at the Kish Island Convention Centre. The ICG/IOTWMS-XII meeting was held from 9 to 12 March 2019 under the Chairmanship of DrAndi Eka Sakya. The session was attended by 21delegates from 8Member States in the Indian Ocean region (mainly Australia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan and Thailand), 1United Nations agency ( HYPERLINK "https://apdim.unescap.org/" APDIM, Asian and Pacific Centre for the Development of Disaster Information Management ), about 30observers from 8countries (Germany, India, Iran, Oman, Portugal, Russian Federation, Switzerland and Thailand) and 3Secretariat staff. One additional UN agency ( HYPERLINK "https://www.unescap.org/" UNESCAP, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific) participated through Skype. The opening ceremony was conducted under the auspices of INIOAS on behalf of the I.R. of Iran. Opening remarks were provided by ProfBehrouz Abtahi, Director of INIOAS; DrMozafari, Chief Executive Officer of Kish Free Zone Organisation; DrSrinivasa Kumar, Head of the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat; DrVladimir Ryabinin, Executive Secretary of IOC/UNESCO (through video); and DrAndi Eka Sakya, Chair of ICG/IOTWMS. ProfBehrouz Abtahi welcomed distinguished delegates and participants to the ICG/IOTWMS-XII meeting. He conveyed thanks to all organisations who assisted in organizing the meeting, including the Kish Free Zone Organisation. The I.R. of Iran is affected by many hazards including tsunami, and through INIOAS is active in ocean hazard research. As the leading oceanographic institute in Iran, INIOAS established the Iranian National Center for Ocean Hazards ( HYPERLINK "http://www.inio.ac.ir/Default.aspx?alias=www.inio.ac.ir/incoh" INCOH) in 2009. INIOAS closely collaborates with the National Disaster Management Agency on natural hazards and participates as an active member of the ICG/IOTWMS. Both organizations worked on tsunami education for coastal communities, especially in conjunction with Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 18 ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000264267.locale=fr" IOWave18). ProfAbtahi hoped this meeting will help all Member States to enhance tsunami warning and mitigation services in the Indian Ocean region. He expressed appreciation for the support the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat, particularly DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala and MsNora Gale, and the INIOAS team led by DrAli Khoshkholgh and MsFahimeh Foroughi who played a key role in the organization of this meeting. DrMozafari welcomed all participants to this meeting on Kish Island. The I.R. of Iran is very interested in science development across all disciplines and this meeting aligns with enhancing scientific knowledge. DrMozafari welcomed all participants to the beautiful Kish Island, which is one of the most beautiful islands in the world. He wished all a very pleasant stay and expressed his great pleasure to join the inaugural session. DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala addressed ProfAbtahi, DrMozafari and colleagues, DrSakya, Ambassador of Indonesia to the I.R. of Iran, MrOctavino Alimudin, IOTWMS Member States of Australia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan and Thailand, IOTWMS Officers (DrJuma Al-Maskari, MrPeter Coburn, DrHarkunti Rahayu, DrMohammad Mokhtari, and DrMahmood Reza Akbarpour Jannat), and observers to the meeting. On behalf of the IOC Executive Secretary, DrVladimir Ryabinin, he welcomed all to the meeting. The IOTWMS was developed in the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami making the Indian Ocean safer than in 2004, but there are several challenges ahead as reminded by the recent Palu and Sunda Strait tsunamis. The work of IOTWMS is focused in sustaining the system, enhancing the downstream and strengthening warning in the Makran region. In conclusion, DrTummala thanked the organizers, participants, and UNESCO colleagues for their contributions to the meetings and informed that DrVladimir Ryabinin, Executive Secretary of UNESCO/IOC will address the meeting via video message. DrRyabinin welcomed all to the ICG/IOTWMS-XII on behalf of UNESCO/IOC and thanked INIOAS for hosting this important meeting. Following the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, much progress has been made in the global tsunami warning and mitigation systems. The Indian Ocean system started independent operations on 31 March 2013 when the Tsunami Service Providers (TSPs) of Australia, India and Indonesia commenced independent services. The IOTWMS Secretariat is based in Perth, Australia, and the Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Center ( HYPERLINK "http://iotic.ioc-unesco.org/" IOTIC) is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. DrRyabinin expressed thanks to the Iranian hosts for holding the Experts Consultation meeting on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone on 8 March 2019 ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000367643.locale=fr" IOC/BRO/2019/3). He highlighted the value of tsunami drills and the success of IOWave18 (45 September 2018,  HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000264267.locale=fr" IOC/2018/TS/138VOL.1), where about 116,000people evacuated. DrRyabinin expressed deep condolences to the communities affected by the recent tsunami events in Palu and Sunda Strait. For near-source regions, rapid response is required within minutes, which is very difficult challenge. Developing capabilities to monitor tsunamis from a wide-range of sources is also challenging. He encouraged the ICG to use the UN Ocean Decade to focus efforts on tsunami. The Tsunami Ready Programme should be expanded. A key focus of IOC is the integration of global tsunami warning systems. IOC is extremely committed to provide governance for the ICG/IOTWMS and all other regional systems. In conclusion, DrRyabinin thanked the government of I.R. of Iran for hosting this event. His statement is available in  HYPERLINK \l "_ANNEX_III" Annex III. DrAndi Eka Sakya, Chair of ICG/IOTWMS, reminded the ICG of the sad passing of ProfSamantha Hettiarachchi (Sri Lanka) and DrFauzi (Indonesia) during the inter-sessional period. He recalled the enormous contributions of both experts to the ICG/IOTWMS activities. DrSakya also recalled the devastating impacts of the recent Palu and Sunda Strait tsunamis in Indonesia and expressed his condolences for the loss of lives. He requested the group to observe a minute of silence in memory of ProfHettiarachchi, DrFauzi and all lives lost due to the recent tsunami events. DrSakya addressed MrAlimudin, ProfAbtahi, Kish Free Zone Organisation representatives, distinguished delegates, participants and observers. He thanked the Islamic Republic of Iran, especially INIOAS, for hosting the 12th sessional meeting of ICG/IOTWMS. Awareness and preparedness of tsunami are needed to optimise the response time during a tsunami. Collaborations of up-stream and down-stream should be strongly supported. Self-evacuation is important for near-source events. Natural disasters cannot be prevented, however, their overall impact can be greatly reduced through preparedness and mitigation. All countries should work together to fill the knowledge gap and provide a coordinated response approach. Recent advances in technology, such as social media, are useful for enhanced response and decision-making. In closing, DrSakya thanked the Government or Iran, DrAli Khoshkholgh and MsFahemi Foroughi of INIOAS, DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala and MsNora Gale of the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat, and MrArdito Kodijat of IOTIC. He wished all participants fruitful deliberations and declared the 12th session of the ICG/IOTWMS open. ORGANIZATION OF THE SESSION ADOPTION OF AGENDA The Chair of ICG/IOTWMS-XII, DrAndi Eka Sakya, introduced the provisional agenda and provisional annotated agenda. He informed the meeting that the agenda was prepared by the Secretariat and the officers taking into account the recommendations of  HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000257202.locale=fr" ICG/IOTWMS-XI (Putrajaya, Malaysia, 1820 April 2017) and the IOC Rules of Procedure ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000125186" IOC/INF-1166). DrTummala reviewed the ICG/IOTWMS-XII provisional agenda and referred to the provisional annotated agenda. The Chair opened the floor for comments on the agenda and the ICG approved the agenda without modification ( HYPERLINK \l "A1" Annex I). DESIGNATION OF RAPPORTEUR The Chair requested the group to consider the need to nominate a Rapporteur for the session. The role of the Rapporteur is to review and certify the report prepared by the Secretariat. DrSakya, the Chair, informed the meeting that as per established practices for subsidiary bodies there will not be a line-by-line approval of the report but only for Decisions and Recommendations. As the meeting will be conducted in English, the Rapporteur should have a good command of the language. As a general practice, the host country was requested to propose a Rapporteur for the session. ProfAbtahi proposed DrMahmood Reza Akbarpour Jannat, who was endorsed by the ICG. CONDUCT OF THE SESSION, TIMETABLE AND DOCUMENTATION The Chair informed the session that in order to facilitate the proceedings of the meeting the timetable has been prepared by the Secretariat in coordination with the Officers and the Steering Group. He then requested DrTummala to introduce the timetable and documentation for the session. DrTummala noted that the provisional document list, provisional timetable, and all relevant documents are available through the ICG/IOTWMS-XII meeting website (HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventAgenda&eventID=2334"www.ioc-tsunami.org/iotwms-12-documents) and printed copies are also available on request. DrTummala gave an overview of the provisional timetable noting the schedule of sessions and meetings. The Chair invited the delegates to adopt the timetable as presented or to suggest amendments, and subsequently, the timetable was adopted without modification. DrSakya requested the delegates to consider establishing statutory sessional committees to facilitate and promote the exchange of viewpoints and advance agreements that might prove time consuming in plenary. The Nominations Committee was established to oversee the election of officers and report back to plenary under agenda  HYPERLINK \l "_ELECTION_OF_OFFICERS" item 12. MrBadar AlRumhi (Oman) was nominated as the committee Chair with membership from MrPatanjali Kumar Chodavarapu (India), DrMuhamad Sadly (Indonesia) and DrAli Khoshkholgh (Iran). The Recommendations Committee was established to certify that draft recommendations submitted by Member States are consistent in language and fulfil requirements established in the IOC Manual ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000085775" IOC/INF-785) for presentation under  HYPERLINK \l "_ADOPTION_OF_DECISIONS" agenda item 15. MrPeter Coburn (Australia) was nominated as the committee Chair with membership from DrHarkunti Rahayu (Indonesia), DrMajid Naderi (Iran), Ameer Hyder (Pakistan) and ACM Somneuk Swatteuk (Thailand). The Programme and Budget Committee was established to produce an estimate of the amount of resources Member States are investing in tsunami warning systems and to estimate needs for 20192020, both from UNESCO/IOC regular budget and from other sources, and report back to plenary under  HYPERLINK \l "_PROGRAMME_AND_BUDGET" agenda item 11. DrMohammad Mokhtari (Iran) was nominated as the committee Chair with membership from MrPattabhi Rama Rao Eluri (India), MrsWeniza (Indonesia) and MrArdito Kodijat (IOTIC). DrSakya requested the delegates to consider establishing sessional groups to meet on Day-3. The sessional groups will provide forums to discuss the work of the session and facilitate the generation of recommendations and agreements. The Chair informed the Plenary to consider establishing three sessional groups in alignment with the three new Task Teams proposed by the  HYPERLINK "http://ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2349" ICG/IOTWMS Steering Group at its13th meeting (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1921 November 2018). The Sessional Group on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone was established to consider the outcomes of the  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2385" Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone held on 8 March 2019 in Kish Island, Iran (I.R.). The group met on 11 March 2019 and reported back to the Plenary under  HYPERLINK \l "_REPORTS_FROM_SESSIONAL" agenda item 10. DrMohammad Mokhtari (Iran) was nominated as the sessional group Chair with membership from MrPeter Coburn (Australia), DrCP Rajendran (India), MrPatanjali Kumar Chodavarapu (India), DrHarkunti Rahayu (Indonesia), DrMorteza Talebian (Iran), DrJuma Al-Maskari (Oman), MrAmeer Hyder (Pakistan), DrPanon Latcharote (Thailand), and DrJrn Lauterjung (Germany). The Sessional Group on Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-Field Tsunami Hazard was established to review the challenges in near-field tsunami hazard in view of the Palu tsunami in Indonesia. The group met on 11 March 2019 and reported back to the Plenary under  HYPERLINK \l "_REPORTS_FROM_SESSIONAL" agenda item 10. DrHarkunti Rahayu (Indonesia) was nominated as the sessional group Chair with membership from MrHarald Spahn (Germany), MrPatanjali Kumar Chodavarapu (India), DrKaryono (Indonesia), DrEhsan Rastgoftar (Iran), MrArdito Kodijat (IOTIC), MrAlui bin Bahari (Malaysia), MrBadar AlRumhi (Oman), MrAmeer Hyder (Pakistan) and ACM Somneuk Swatteuk (Thailand). The Sessional Group on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2020 (IOWave20) was established to consider the outcomes of the  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2348http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2348" post IOWave18 regional workshop on lessons learnt from community participation and evaluation of Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) indicators during Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018 (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1517 November 2018), in planning for future exercises. The group met on 11 March 2019 and reported back to the plenary under HYPERLINK \l "_REPORTS_FROM_SESSIONAL"agenda item 10. MrPattabhi Rama Rao Eluri (India) was nominated as the sessional group chair with membership from Mrs. Weniza (Indonesia), DrAli Khoshkholgh (Iran), MrAlyaqdhan Al-Siyabi (Oman), MrPeter Coburn (Australia) and MrArdito Kodijat (IOTIC). DrSakya noted the deadline for nominations of candidates for Officers is 10 March at 17:00 hours and the deadline for submission of Draft Recommendations through the Secretariat is 11 March at 18:00 hours. REPORT OF INTERSESSIONAL ACTIVITIES ICG CHAIRperson'S REPORT DrAndi Eka Sakya, Chair of ICG/IOTWMS reported on the activities of the ICG during the intersessional period. He also reported on the 12th and 13th meetings of the Steering Group held in Jakarta, Indonesia, on 1617 September 2017 and 1921 November 2018, respectively. The full ICG Chairpersons Report is available in  HYPERLINK \l "_ANNEX_IV" Annex IV. DrSakya noted that this session was preceded by an Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone on 8 March 2019. The end-to-end tsunami warning system is built on three strategic pillars: (i) Risk Assessment and Reduction, (ii) Detection Warning and Dissemination and (iii) Awareness, Preparedness and Response. During the intersessional period, the ICG/IOTWMS work plan was implemented through 3 Working Groups and 2 Task Teams. Two Integrated intersessional meetings were held with back to back meetings of the Working Groups, Task Teams and trainings/workshops (Jakarta, Indonesia, 417 September 2017; Hyderabad, India, 26 June14 July 2018). The IOWave18 exercise was successful with 11countries conducting community evacuations as well as India and Oman piloting Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR). Challenges posed by the recent Palu and Sunda Strait (Krakatau) tsunamis were reviewed. Other key intersessional activities included trainings on Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Tsunami Evacuation Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP), drafting the Medium Term Strategy 20192024, completion of the capacity assessment of tsunami preparedness leading to preparation of the IOTWMS Status Report, and the recently approved UNESCAP funded project on Strengthening tsunami early warning in the North West Indian Ocean region through regional collaboration. The Chair thanked the Working Groups, Task Teams, IOTIC and IOTWMS Secretariat for the excellent progress made during the intersessional period and invited comments from the delegates.ProfDwikorita Karnawati (Indonesia) highlighted the issue of false tsunami information being communicated by the online digital media during the recent tsunami events in Palu and Sunda Strait. REPORT FROM THE IOC EXECUTIVE SECRETARY DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala, Head of ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat, presented the report of the IOC Secretariat, focusing mainly of the activities of the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat since the last session of the ICG. The Secretariat report covered the terms of reference, funding through the Government of Australia, staffing, intersessional activities, and support to the ICG/IOTWMS Working Groups and Task Teams. DrTummala noted the support and facilitation role of the Secretariat during Exercise IOWave18, communications tests (4), survey of capacity assessment of tsunami preparedness, and maintenance of operational contacts databases, noting United Arab Emirates has now joined the IOTWMS as an active Member State. Other activities of the Secretariat included updates to the seismic and sea level network databases, maintaining a list of trainees, assistance with the post-event assessment survey in Palu, updates of the Global Service Definition Document, holding two pre-IOWave18 SOP workshops and three TEMPP trainings, and participation in international meetings. Challenges include Member State engagement and support. The full report of the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat is available in HYPERLINK \l "_ANNEX_V"Annex V. DrMajid Naderi (Iran) commented that the relationship between IOC and International Hydrographic Organization ( HYPERLINK "https://www.iho.int/srv1/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=296&Itemid=287&lang=en" IHO) in regard to ocean mapping should be improved. DrTummala noted this is a very imported issue and strong collaborations exist between IOC and other agencies including IHO and the World Meteorological Organization ( HYPERLINK "https://public.wmo.int/en" WMO). Furthermore, the collection of bathymetry data is very high on the agenda of the United Nations Ocean Decade. MrPattabhi Rama Rao Eluri (India) noted that the International Training Center for Oceanography at the Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) should be used for capacity building activities related to tsunami. DrTummala thanked MrEluri for this kind offer and noted that the ICG will consider it in the coming days when planning the intersessional workplan. REVIEW OF ICG/IOTWMS DECISIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND ACTIONS DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala, Head of ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat, reported on the implementation of ICG/IOTWMS decisions, recommendations and actions. He provided an update on the implementation of actions arising from previous ICG meetings ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000211234.locale=fr" ICG/IOTWS-VIII,  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=1197" ICG/IOTWS-IX,  HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000247464.locale=fr" ICG/IOTWS-X and  HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000257202.locale=fr" ICG/IOTWMS-XI). REPORT on the Tsunami Symposium and TOWS-wg DrSakya, the Chair, informed the Plenary that two meetings of the Working Group on Tsunamis and Other Hazards related to Sea-Level Warning and Mitigation Systems (TOWS-WG) have been held in the intersessional period. Back-to-back meetings of both the TOWS-WG Task Teams on Tsunami Watch Operations and Disaster Management and Preparedness convened with the Working Group meetings. Further, an  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2050" UNESCO/IOC Symposium on Advances in Tsunami Warning to Enhance Community Responses was also held in Paris from 12 to 14 February 2018. As representative of the ICG/IOTWMS to the TOWS-WG, the DrSakya reported on the outcomes of the 12th meeting of the TOWS-WG, held recently in Paris, France, the 21 and 22 February 2019. DrSakya thanked DrYuelong Miao for making the IOTWMS presentation at the meeting, which he could not attend due to an unexpected family exigency. He shared the recommendations of the TOWS-WG to the upcoming IOC Assembly that are relevant to IOTWMS. DrRahayu briefed the session on Performance Reporting framework proposed for the end-to-end warning system. She noted that the performance criteria, which align with the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (20152030), and are built on the three pillars of tsunami warning systems. These include goals relevant to understanding and managing tsunami hazard risk; tsunami detection, warning and dissemination; enhancing tsunami preparedness for effective community and response; and international coordination and cooperation. DrTummala informed of the Symposium on Advances in Tsunami Warning to Enhance Community Responses held back-to-back with TOWS-WG from 12 to 14 February 2018. He summarised the recommendations from this event as compiled in the Summary Statement. The ICG was requested to consider the recommendations when planning their activities and work plans. MrPeter Coburn (Australia) noted the best practice of synchronization of key performance indicators is an excellent idea. He noted the target values will differ in respect to near and far field events. DrNaderi (Iran) emphasized social media as an important media for IOC information sharing. DrTummala replied that the IOC headquarters manages this process on a high level and uses social media including twitter. MrKodijat noted that IOWave has been communicated widely via social media since 2016. MrCoburn drew reference to the Global Service Definition Document, which harmonises the tsunami service across the four ICGs. Further, Tsunami Ready is being implemented in several ICGs and there are initiatives through TOWS-WG for harmonization into IOC/UNESCO Tsunami Ready. ProfKarnawati (Indonesia) recommended adoption of the global tsunami key performance indicators at national level to ensure the three pillars of tsunami warning are maintained to a high standard at country level. REPORT OF INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI INFORMATION CENTRE (IOTIC) MrArdito Kodijat, Head of Disaster Risk Reduction and Tsunami Information Unit at UNESCO Jakarta and Head of the IOTIC, introduced this agenda item. The IOTIC terms of reference were reviewed and intersessional activities were reported on. The partnership agreement between IOC/UNESCO and BMKG has been instated for five years until 2022. The IOTIC workplan activities include: Indian Ocean Regional Workshop (IORW); Indian Ocean Capacity building (IOCAP); studies and research on past tsunamis; documenting and communicating Indian Ocean Wave (IOWave) exercises; and awareness, education and preparedness materials. Other activities include support of the international tsunami survey team for the post-tsunami response in Palu where 7international science teams from 14countries participated. The proposed activities for 2019 include the 15years after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami workshop with a focus on strengthening warning chain to critical infrastructure, which will be aligned with World Tsunami Awareness Day (WTAD) in Jakarta (November 2019); International Tsunami Survey Team Lessons Learnt from Palu and Sunda Strait symposium in Palu (September 2019, to be confirmed); and TEMPP workshops with focus on in-country capacity building. The full report of IOTIC is available in  HYPERLINK \l "_ANNEX_VI" Annex VI. The Chair asked the ICG to consider and comment on the proposed IOTIC work plan and opened the floor for discussion. MrCoburn (Australia) enquired about the IOCAP programme. MrKodijat noted this is under the IOC-BMKG partnership and covers all Indian Ocean Member States. The Tsunami Evacuation Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP) trainings are an activity under the IOCAP programme. MrCoburn recalled the importance of taking field measurements while conducting interviews as noted by ProfEmile Okal (USA) during the MSZ Experts Consultation. MrKodijat noted IOTIC has taken field measurements during the recent interviews on the 1992 Flores tsunami. The ICG reiterated the importance of field measurements (e.g. inundation, run-up, flow depth) when conducting interviews of eyewitness tsunami accounts. MrCoburn noted the proposed Palu symposium (September 2019, TBC) included a tentative session on global seismic change. MrKodijat explained that this session is intended to deliberate on the observations of recent increasing trend in global seismic activity. The symposium is in the preliminary planning phase and proposed session topics are tentative. DrJrn Lauterjung (German Research Centre for Geosciences [ HYPERLINK "https://www.gfz-potsdam.de/en/home/" GFZ], Germany) recommended to invite representatives from the United States Geological Survey ( HYPERLINK "https://www.usgs.gov/" USGS) and International Seismological Centre ( HYPERLINK "http://www.isc.ac.uk/" ISC) who are maintaining catalogs of global seismicity. DrMokhtari (Iran) noted the relevance of atypical non-seismic events generating tsunamis and requested the ICG to revisit the catalogue of tsunami events from such sources. ProfKarnawati (Indonesia) expressed thanks for support from IOTIC during the recent Palu and Sunda Strait events. She noted the importance of considering high tide and swell in tsunami warnings with reference to the Sunda Strait tsunami, which coincided with high tide and large swell. She further noted that tsunami inundation is reduced by coastal vegetation such as mangroves and protective measures should be encouraged for coastal vegetation. NATIONAL PROGRESS REPORTS DrSakya, the Chair, reminded the ICG that Member States have been requested to participate in a survey on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness (CATP) of the IOTWMS Member States. The same response will be used as Member State National Report to the ICG/IOTWMS-XII, as well as for development of the IOTWMS Status Report. The following 21Member States have submitted responses to the Secretariat: Australia, Bangladesh, Comoros, France (La Runion), India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mozambique, Myanmar, Oman, Pakistan, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand and Timor Leste. Delegations from the Member States of Australia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan and Thailand made short presentations on the actions and status of their national tsunami and other coastal hazards warning systems. The presentations and discussions are summarised below. MrPeter Coburn reported on Australias activities during the intersessional period. The Joint Australia Tsunami Warning Centre ( HYPERLINK "http://www.bom.gov.au/tsunami/" JATWC) comprising Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) and Geoscience Australia (GA) operates 24/7 as National Tsunami Warning Centre (NTWC) for Australia and as a Tsunami Service Provider (TSP) for the IOTWMS. Australia hosts and funds the Secretariat Office of ICG/IOTWMS in Perth. The Australian Tsunami Advisory Group coordinates many national tsunami activities including tsunami exercises and tsunami emergency planning guidelines. Australia has conducted extensive hazard and risk assessment, contributing to tsunami response planning and evacuation mapping. Several major upgrades were made in 2018 including the Australia Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Assessment, the GA earthquake monitoring and alerting system, and the BOM tsunami decision support system. MrPattabhi Rama Rao Eluri reported on Indias activities during the intersessional period. He reviewed the monitoring networks comprising the Indian Tsunami Early Warning System, standard operating procedures and the decision support system. India has practiced large-scale community evacuations during the national tsunami exercise on 24November2017 where 150,000persons evacuated. Further, 104,000 persons evacuated during IOWave18. INCOIS hosted the  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=372:iotwms-integrated-2&catid=20:latest-news&lang=en&Itemid=68" Second ICG/IOTWMS Integrated Intersessional Meetings during 26 June to 14 July 2018. In regard to Tsunami Ready, India has begun implementation in 6 villages and established a national board. DrMuhamad Sadly reported on Indonesias activities during the intersessional period. Nearly half of Indonesias coastlines are prone to tsunami and are monitored by the Indonesia Tsunami Early Warning System ( HYPERLINK "http://inatews.bmkg.go.id/new/tentang_eq_en.php" InaTEWS). During 2018, two destructive tsunami affected Indonesia, the Palu tsunami on 28 September and the Sunda strait tsunami on 22 December. Indonesia noted an increase in national earthquake activity since 2013. The InaTEWS infrastructure, monitoring, processing, and dissemination systems were reviewed. BMKG is developing a mobile application WRS 4.0 for tsunami early warning on smartphones. An earthquake field school is being conducted to ensure local communities are ready to respond appropriately to tsunami with 30locations planned for training in 2019. BMKG has plans to expand the network of earthquake and tsunami monitoring sensors during 2019. DrAli Khoshkholgh reported on Irans activities during the intersessional period. The Iranian National Center for Ocean Hazards ( HYPERLINK "http://www.inio.ac.ir/Default.aspx?alias=www.inio.ac.ir/incoh" INCOH) is the NTWC and the Tsunami Warning Focal Point (TWFP) agency in Iran. A pre-calculated tsunami scenario database has been developed for tsunami warning. The Institute of Geophysics of the University of Tehran monitors earthquakes. Bulletin1 is issued within 4minutes based on epicentre and bulletin2 is issued within 10minutes based on simulated tsunami wave heights. INCOH is developing a web-based software for tsunami detection and warning. The Local Disaster Management Office (LDMO) is the decision maker for evacuation. Inundation and evacuation maps were created in the lead-up to IOWave18. Evacuation route signage was installed and training workshops were held in Chabahar and Jask immediately prior to IOWave18. The Tsunami Ready programme should be implemented in both Chabahar and Jask. MrAlui Bin Bahari reported on Malaysias activities during the intersessional period. This included the procedures of Malaysian Meteorological Department ( HYPERLINK "http://www.met.gov.my/" MET) as NTWC, monitoring equipment and the end-to-end tsunami warning chain. Malaysia will conduct public awareness campaigns and drills on multi-hazards including tsunami during 2019. A location-based SMS alert to warn people in vulnerable areas on impending disasters including tsunamis is being developed by the Malaysian Meteorological Department. MrBadar AlRumhi reported on Omans activities during the intersessional period. The National Multi-Hazard Early Warning Centre (NMHEWC) monitors tsunami, tropical cyclones and flash floods in Oman. Oman has been affected by tsunamis in 1945, 2004, 2013 and 2017. A risk assessment has been completed at a national scale. Hazard maps have been compiled at both national and local scales. Monitoring networks and standard operating procedures were reviewed. Oman participated in IOWave18 with 3,225community members evacuating. Tsunami is now included in the school curriculum. In the future, Oman plans to use cell broadcasting to deliver warnings. They will collaborate with neighbouring countries on studies to enhance understanding of the Makran Subduction Zone. MrAmeer Hyder reported on Pakistans activities during the intersessional period. Pakistan Meteorological Department ( HYPERLINK "http://www.pmd.gov.pk/" PMD) issues warnings for tsunamis. In 2005, the M7.6 Muzaffarabad earthquake caused much damage and prompted PMD to upgrade its seismic network. During the first phase, PMD has installed 10broadband stations in various cities. Two tide gauges operate in Ormara and Gwadar. The Pakistan National Seismological and Tsunami Warning Centre is located in Karachi and uses SeiscomP3 earthquake analysis software. PMD has purchased four GPS stations to be installed along the Makran subduction zone at Karachi [installed], Ormara, Pasni and Gwadar. In the future, there are plans to install 25 strong motion stations as well as 15 more short period instruments. Development and implementation of standard operational procedures is underway as are more undertakings in public awareness and knowledge. ACM Somneuk Swatteuk reported on Thailands activities during the intersessional period. Thailand is observing networks and warning tower system was reviewed. The National Disaster Warning Centre is the NTWC for Thailand. The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation ( HYPERLINK "http://www.disaster.go.th/en/" DDPM) acts as the Disaster Management Office (DMO) and as such advises the media and public on tsunami warning and response. Levels of warning including advisory (>M6.5), watch (>M7.5) and warning (>M7.9) were reviewed. In conclusion, the tsunami warning chain and decision support system of DDPM were reviewed in detail. STATUS OF PROGRESS IN OTHER ICGS MrsWeniza (Indonesia) presented the status of progress in the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for Pacific Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/PTWS). The presentation covered the area of service, regional and sub-regional TSPs (Pacific Tsunami Warning Center [ HYPERLINK "https://ptwc.weather.gov/" PTWC], Northwest Pacific Tsunami Advisory Center [ HYPERLINK "https://www.jma.go.jp/en/distant_tsunami/WEPA40/indexo.html" NWPTC], South China Sea Tsunami Advisory Center [ HYPERLINK "http://www.scstac.org/pc.jsp" SCSTAC], and Central America Tsunami Advisory Centre [CATAC]), and Working Groups and Task Teams. The presentation also covered recent earthquakes in the PTWS earthquake source zone, Tsunami Ready initiatives in the Caribbean, and activities of the International Tsunami Information Center ( HYPERLINK "http://itic.ioc-unesco.org/index.php" ITIC). The Twenty-seventh meeting of the ICG/PTWS will be held from 2 to 5 April 2019 in Managua, Nicaragua. MrCoburn (Australia) noted that for earthquakes outside of the PTWS source zone a 30cm threshold is used for the issuance of bulletins by the PTWS TSPs. Indian Ocean TSPs issue Service level 2bulletins only for earthquake threshold of M8.0 occurring outside the IOTWMS source zone. However, during the 5 August 2018 Lombok, Indonesia, event, TSP Australia issued service level 2products despite the magnitude being less than 8.0, as model scenarios had estimated wave amplitudes above the threat threshold in several coastal forecast zones. This was discussed at the recent TOWS-WG Task Team meeting, which recommended ICGs to review the thresholds. MrCoburn noted the 45cm wave height for a M6.5 event near Norfolk Island, Tasman Sea (between Australia and New Zealand) on 5 December 2018. As the event occurred near an extinct marine volcanic caldera, its generation is inferred to be attributed to a flank-collapse induced submarine landslide. REPORTS FROM UN and Non-UN OrganiZations Report from United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific ( HYPERLINK "https://www.unescap.org/" UNESCAP) MsIngrid Dispert provided a summary of the progress of the UNESCAP multi-donor voluntary Trust Fund for Tsunami, Disaster and Climate Preparedness and the Makran Project on Strengthening Tsunami Warning in the North West Indian Ocean region through regional collaboration via a pre-recorded presentation. The ESCAP Trust Fund has a key benefit of strengthening regional cooperation and has contributed to the establishment of the IOTWMS by assisting with the development of standard operating procedures. Other recipients of the fund include the Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia ( HYPERLINK "http://www.rimes.int/" RIMES) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) / ESCAP Panel on Tropical Cyclones. The trust fund has supported multiple tsunami projects in the Makran region. The funds recent adoption of a programmatic approach is a shift away from the previous project-to-project approach. MsDispert noted the recently approved IOTWMS project on Strengthening tsunami early warning in the North West Indian Ocean region through regional collaboration with commencement of phase1 scheduled in the near future. Report from Asian and Pacific Centre for the Development of Disaster Information Management ( HYPERLINK "https://apdim.unescap.org/" APDIM) MrMostafa Mohaghegh provided a summary of the activities of the UNESCAPs Asia and Pacific Centre for the Development of Disaster Information Management (APDIM). The proposal presented by MrMohaghegh involved using APDIMs expertise to develop products such as tsunami risk assessment tools and impact-based forecasting products, for example, a Makran Subduction Zone risk assessment. MrMohaghegh referenced the Asia-Pacific Disaster Risk Atlas as a previous undertaking of APDIM in collaboration with UNESCAP. He provided examples of how infrastructure is exposed to tsunami risk in the Makran region. DrMokhtari (Iran) suggested to review the underpinning data and potential information gained from such analysis. Report from German Research Centre for Geosciences ( HYPERLINK "https://www.gfz-potsdam.de/en/home/" GFZ) DrJrn Lauterjung made a presentation on GFZ activities. There is an Indonesia German initiative on multi-hazard and cascading effects with reference to the recent Palu and Krakatau events. An output will be a policy guideline on how to best deal with these atypical events. DrKaryono, on behalf of Indonesia, expressed support of this initiative. DrMokhtari (Iran) enquired about international learning opportunities and gaps. DrLauterjung would like to ground this research with other western Indian Ocean Member States and the project could be expanded. IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDER (IOTWMS-TSP) REPORTS Representatives from the TSPs of Australia, India and Indonesia reported on their operational status, development and progress since the 11th session of the ICG/IOTWMS ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000257202.locale=fr" ICG/IOTWMS-XI). They also reported on their performance during the years 2017 and 2018 against the performance indicators established by the ICG/IOTWMS. TSP AUSTRALIA MrPeter Coburn presented on behalf of TSP Australia. The Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre (JATWC) operates as an IOTWMS-TSP as well as a National Tsunami Warning Centre. MrCoburn summarised the earthquake monitoring and alerting system at Geoscience Australia and the tsunami modelling and alerting at the Bureau of Meteorology. Developments since the last ICG meeting were reported on including integration to SeisComP3 in May 2018 and participation in both PacWave18 ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000262741.locale=fr" IOC/2018/TS/139 Vol.1 Rev.2) and IOWave18 ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000264267.locale=fr" IOC/2018/TS/138Vol.1) exercises. In September 2018, regional public service capability has been demonstrated coincident with IOWave18 by launch of TSP Australia public webpage featuring the warning status as reported by IOTWMS Member States. With reference to the intersessional period, the earthquake bulletins and resulting key performance indicators were reviewed. Key Performance Indicators 3, 4 and 5 meet and Key Performance Indicators 1 and 6 nearly meet their targets. Key Performance Indicators 2, 7 and 8 were not reported on. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology continued to host the IOC staff of the IOTWMS Secretariat in Perth. Future plans include updating the TSP service to match version 4 (2019) of the  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=22363" TSP Service Definition Document. Australia expressed their continued commitment to support the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat for the upcoming two years. DrAndrey Babeyko (GFZ, Germany) noted the scale of the Palu and Sunda strait events is small and asked TSP Australia how the observing networks account for possible monitoring of such events. MrCoburn replied that local monitoring networks would provide the main source of information. For Papa New Guinea and Indonesia, Australia monitors volcanic ash emission for aviation. The ICG discussed the potential use of volcanic ash emissions as triggers for checking sea level networks for possible tsunami. The ICG recommended to explore possible new tsunami-detection technologies such as tsunameters attached to the planned undersea communications cables (e.g. Singapore-Perth). TSP INDIA MrPatanjali Kumar Chodavarapu presented on behalf of TSP India. The presentation covered the Area of Service, coastal forecast points and zones ( HYPERLINK "http://ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=23754" ICG/IOTWMS-XII/40, version 14 March 2018), and a review of the operational tsunami forecast for the Indian Ocean. With reference to the intersessional period, TSP Indias performance was reviewed against the IOTWMS key performance indicators. All indicators were met or nearly met with the exception of indicator 6. The M6.6 Prince Edward Islands earthquake notably occurred outside of the TSP scenario database coverage. The Palu and Sunda strait events were reviewed noting the Sunda strait event was atypical and outside of the normal operations of the TSP. The IOTR programme was piloted in six villages of Odisha State. India hosted the Second Integrated Intersessional Meetings of the IOTWMS held during JuneJuly 2018 at INCOIS. The automated key performance indicator web reporting system is in development. Future plans include using real-time GNSS and strong motion accelerometer data for rupture characterization of tsunamigenic earthquakes and implementation of service level3 inundation modelling for national Indian coastal zones. TSP INDONESIA DrKaryono presented on behalf of TSP Indonesia. The presentation covered performance during 2018, developments since ICG/IOTWMS-XI and future development plans. The operational seismic monitoring network includes over 200global stations. Data processing utilises Seiscomp3 for earthquake analysis and TOAST for tsunami prediction. During 2018, Key Performance Indicators 3, 4 and 5 were met; indicators 1 and 6 were nearly met; and indicators 2, 7 and 8 were not assessed. BMKG hosted the  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&tashttp://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2076k=viewEventRecord&eventID=2050" First ICG/IOTWMS Integrated Intersessional Meetings in 2017 and the  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2348task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2050" post-IOWave18 regional workshop,  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2349" IOTWMS Steering Group meeting and  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2350" TEMPP-3 training in 2018. Tsunami information is now disseminated via WhatsApp, Twitter and a new mobile application developed at BMKG (available on Google Play). Future plans include hosting the TSP website in a cloud platform and development of a TSP password protected mobile application. DrAl-Maskari (Oman) requested more information on WhatsApp for communication. Karyono clarified that an automatic message is not currently possible and an operator manually sends out the message. People wishing to receive the notification should register their mobile number with TSP Indonesia. REPORT ON THE 28 SEPTEMBER 2018 SULAWESI EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI EVENT AND 22 DECEMBER 2018 SUNDA STRAIT TSUNAMI The Magnitude 7.5 earthquake in Sulawesi, Indonesia, on 28 September 2018 and the resulting tsunami that hit Palu and Donggala caused about 2,100 fatalities. The IOTIC, ITIC and the Secretariat coordinated field visits by 7International Post-Tsunami Survey Teams (ITST) comprising 87scientists from 14countries including Indonesia. Another tsunami in the Sunda Strait of Indonesia on 23 December 2018 caused due to Anak Krakatau volcano resulted in about 438fatalities. IOTIC was part of a rapid assessment team that surveyed the tsunami-impacted areas. ProfDwikorita Karnawati (Indonesia) presented on the Indonesia Tsunami Early Warning System (INATEWS) lessons learnt from Palu-Donggala and Sunda Strait tsunamis. The Palu event was a multi-hazard phenomenon with earthquake, submarine landslide and liquefaction whereas the Sunda strait tsunami was caused by volcanic flank collapse. Prof.Karnawati shared the BMKG response following the M7.5 Palu earthquake. The local people did not realise that a tsunami can arrive shortly after the earthquake, therefore natural warning signs and local wisdom must be incorporated into tsunami warning. In 2014 when the city mayor changed, the tsunami education system had to start again and as there was no continuity. The Sunda strait tsunami was also a multi-hazard phenomenon including high storm wave, full moon high tide, and volcanic eruption induced flank collapse. There was prior local education a year before the tsunami which was met with resistance and disbelief, which ProfKarnawati referred to as an un-convenient truth syndrome. When the tsunami struck on 22 December 2018 few people took notice of the high wave that occurred without an earthquake. Flow depths of up to 5.4m and run-ups of up to 13.5m were observed. The tsunami impacted housing shielded by dense coastal vegetation far less than exposed housing. Further BMKG has recorded more earthquakes during 20162018 than in 20132015 although the station density has remained constant. In conclusion, ProfKarnawati emphasised that the social innovation related to tsunami is an important component of the end-to-end tsunami warning system. Over the next several years, Indonesia hopes to employ more tsunami buoys and investigate installing ocean bottom seismometers on telecommunication cables. MrKodijat (IOTIC) reported on the last mile response to the Palu tsunami. The day after the tsunami there was much media attention placing blame on the upstream component of the tsunami warning system. BMKG and international scientists explained that the causalities are not attributed to up-stream warning centre faults, but rather the down-stream response. MrKodijat provided a chronology of downstream events. Immediately following the event, eyewitness interviews were conducted in Palu and Donggala and focal group meetings were held for residents. The main findings from this tragic event are related to limitation of the existing tsunami early warning system in terms of rapid warning for near-field events; tsunami early warning chain failure; false sense of security; importance of evacuation plans and routes; the importance of sharing experiences and local knowledge; and preparedness, awareness and education to be based on characteristics of local threats. In summary, self-evacuation protocol is the key to survive local tsunami, especially with a very short lead-time. Risk exposure needs to be understood by all people in the tsunami risk area. MrCoburn (Australia) recalled the New Zealand survey team account of a woman with a fruit stall near the coast who survived tsunami by running to high ground and also rescuing a child en route. In reference to the video of Palu bay, he asked what wave was shown? ProfKarnawati explained that the video was not of the first wave but rather of subsequent waves. DrKaryono (Indonesia) noted that a local test of the siren in Palu is conducted monthly, however, he noted from the presentation of Mr. Kodijat that this was not actually the case. MrKodijat clarified that the interviewees mentioned that they never heard the siren during the past year. This aligns with BMKG Palu confirming that they did not test the siren during the prior 3months and had turned the volume down to avoid public disturbance. Further people who did know of the sirens, did not know what the sound was indicative of. ACM Somneuk Swatteuk (Thailand) asked how often the siren tower was tested. MrKodijat replied that BMKG mandates the sirens are tested every month on the 26th at 10a.m. Furthermore, BMKG receives a report of the success or failure of the siren test. DrNaderi (Iran) asked about the track record of IOTWMS following the 2004 tsunami. ProfKarnawati noted that in Indonesia there have been 23 early warnings since 2008 and 15 of these have been successful. ProfKarnawati (Indonesia) suggested that this report needs to be published by IOC/UNESCO along with international guidelines to save lives. DrHarald Spahn (GIZ, Germany) noted that similar issues have been found during past events. It is very important for the findings of the Palu report to define our future in tsunami early warning. He recommended expanding the ICG group to include downstream managers and emphasized the importance of their participation at ICG meetings. Local agencies do not have the resources to implement the processes the ICG recommends and the approach needs to be re-addressed. In Lombok, people did not understand the warning system and this needs to be improved. MrCoburn drew attention to the three Task Teams as proposed in the 13th meeting of the Steering Group, which will help to address these issues. MrAlui bin Bahari (Malaysia) asked how long do we need to wait from the first wave for termination of tsunami warning? DrKaryono explained that their Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for issuance of the termination of warning has two criteria: sea level observation data or 2hours after the last estimated arrival time or both considerations. ACM Somneuk Swatteuk (Thailand) suggested making a book owned by the local residents. In regard to Thailands tsunami warning towers, he noted that the broadcast is in 5languages. Furthermore, some towers have been relocated from their original positions for better coverage. DrMokhtari (Iran) drew attention to the M5.9 and the M7.7 earthquakes as foreshock and main shock sequence. ProfKarnawati noted the relatively close proximity of the epicenters. MrKodijat emphasized that the presentation is focused on the downstream response. The issues need to be addressed so they do not re-occur in the future. The IOC Tsunami Ready programme has a role to play in fostering community resilience. REPORT FROM THE TASK TEAMS REPORT FROM THE TASK TEAM ON INDIAN OCEAN WAVE 2018 (IOWAVE18) On behalf of the Chair of the IOWave18 Task Team, MrYuelong Miao, MsNora Gale from the IOTWMS Secretariat reported on the planning, conduct and outcomes of the IOWave18 exercise, which took place the 4 and 5 September 2018. She presented the results of the exercise based on the feedback forms received from Tsunami Service Providers (TSPs), National Tsunami Warning Centres (NTWCs) and National Disaster Management Organizations (NDMOs) that participated in the exercise. All 24 active Member States participated in the exercise, which included community evacuation drills, involving around 116,000participants in 11Member States (India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Mauritius, Oman, Pakistan, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Thailand). This is a marked increase compared to 60,000participants, which did community evacuations during IOWave16 ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000247465.locale=fr" IOC/2016/TS/128Vol.1, Vol.2). Most importantly, at least six communities in Odisha province of India and one community in Oman are reported to have evaluated their community preparedness against Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) indicators, with an intent of achieving Tsunami Ready recognition in the near future. She explained that the report of the exercise is still in draft and invited Member States to review and provide their comments to the Secretariat by 15 April 2019. MsGale also mentioned that a detailed presentation on lessons learnt from community participation of the IOWave18 exercise will be further made under  HYPERLINK \l "_Indian_ocean_Wave" agenda item 8.1. REPORT FROM THE TASK TEAM ON CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF TSUNAMI PREPAREDNESS (TT-CATP) The Chair of TT-CATP, DrHarkunti Rahayu presented an update of the Task Teams activities in the intersessional period. This included a review of the TT-CATP terms of reference, membership, progress and activities for 20172019. She referred to the important outcomes and recommendations of the intersessional meetings of the Task Team held in Jakarta, Indonesia (45 September 2017), in Hyderabad, India (6 July 2018), and several virtual meetings. She presented the results of the Survey on CATP based on the feedback received from Tsunami National Contacts (TNCs) of the IOTWMS Member States that participated in the survey. She mentioned that the detailed IOTWMS Status Report prepared based on the survey results will be presented under  HYPERLINK \l "_IOTWMS_STATUS_REPORT" agenda item 9.1. She also briefly mentioned about the status of Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) piloting and that a detailed presentation on lessons learnt on IOTR piloting will be further made under  HYPERLINK \l "_INDIAN_OCEAN_TSUNAMI" agenda item 8.2. DrAndrey Babeyko (GFZ, Germany) asked if the recommendations would be better structured if they are listed country by country. DrRahayu noted that she presented the regional report only. In the detailed country reports, recommendations will draw on a country basis. DrTummala noted the country analysis including requirements will be annexed to the regional report. Further, the three pillars of the end-to-end tsunami warning system have been assessed individually. The report currently contains the summary of one Member State, Indonesia, for reference and all other Member States analyses will be complied in due course. WORKING GROUP PROGRESS REPORTS WORKING GROUP 1 PROGRESS REPORT: TSUNAMI RISK, COMMUNITY AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS The Chair of Working Group1, DrHarkunti Rahayu, presented the Working Group1 terms of reference, membership, intersessional meetings and an update on the Groups activities in the intersessional period. She referred to the important outcomes and recommendations of the intersessional meetings of WG1 held in Jakarta, Indonesia, the 9 September 2017 and Hyderabad, India, the 6 July 2018. She introduced the CABARET (Capacity Building for Asian Higher Education for Resilience Education) 20172019 and the Tsunami Early Warning Interface Project. She noted potential collaboration with Geoscience Australia on the PTHA for the Indian Ocean referring to the proposal (available on the  HYPERLINK "http://ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2334" ICG/IOTWMS-XII website). She then presented the proposed workplan for the next intersessional period. WORKING GROUP 2 PROGRESS REPORT: TSUNAMI DETECTION, WARNING AND DISSEMINATION The Chair of Working Group2, MrPeter Coburn, presented the membership, terms of reference, activity timeline and an update on the Groups intersessional activities. He referred to: IOWave18 Exercise conducted on 4 and 5 September 2018; service enhancements; documentation; outcomes of the intersessional meetings of WG2 held in Jakarta, Indonesia, the 15 September 2017 and Hyderabad, India, the 6 July 2018; TSP Virtual Meetings; IOTWMS Communications Tests conducted 6-monthly (June 2017, Dec 2017, June 2018, Dec 2018); monitoring and evaluation of TSPs performance for the calendar years 2017 and 2018; and contributions to NTWC/NDMO standing operating procedure training workshops in Jakarta, Indonesia, in September 2017 and Hyderabad, India, in July 2018. He also presented the results of the recent test by WG-2 to re-initiate the issue of TSP bulletins over GTS and IOC public list server. He then presented the proposed work plan for the next intersessional period. The full report of the ICG/IOTWMS Working Group 2 is available in  HYPERLINK \l "_ANNEX_VII" Annex VII. MrCoburn noted the impeding failure of 19Indian Ocean sea level stations including several Odin Africa Sea Level network stations in Indonesia, Germany, Iran, Pakistan, South Africa, Tanzania and Yemen on 6 April 2019. The GPS satellites have a 10-bit counter for the GPS date allowing a range of 1024 weeks before the counter rolls over. The GPS week zero started 6 January 1980 and then rolled over on 21 August 1999 with the next rollover set to occur on 6 April 2019. It has been notified by the tide gauge manufacturer (OTT HydroMet), that tide gauges using data logger type HDR1 with a specific GPS chipset may fail as a result of the date roll over. The technical fix is currently uncertain. MrEluri (India) noted that this problem is affecting other observing systems using the same GPS chipset too. ProfKarnawati (Indonesia) suggests we ask the company to minimize this problem. DrTummala noted that this is being addressed at the IOC level, Member States should be aware of the failure, and there may not be an easy solution. ProfKarnawati referred to the 9 February 2011 tsunami bulletin noting the term of revised has been changed to updated. TSP Indonesia is striving to achieve early information sharing. DrAli Khoshkholgh (Iran) asked if there is anything Member States need to do to receive global GTS tsunami bulletins. MrCoburn replied to contact the regional hub in Tehran to ensure they are receiving the messages. DrTummala noted that, at the recent meeting of the TOWS-WG, MrDavid Thomas (WMO) mentioned the issue with non-receipt of some GTS information in Iran and that he could follow up on this. MrCoburn recalled that IOTWMS public bulletins on the IOC public email list server and WMO GTS was halted on 8 November 2017. A test of the TSP public bulletins was conducted successfully on 20 February 2019. Based on the success of the TSP public bulletin test WG2 recommends that the ICG consider requesting the IOC Secretariat to allow TSPs India and Indonesia to resume the issuing of TSP Public Bulletins to the IOC public email list server and the GTS at a date to be specified by the Secretariat. A variation on this recommendation could be for the ICG to suggest full resumption be preceded by a trail period set by the IOC Secretariat, during which bulletins would only be sent to a specific test address nominated by the IOC Secretariat. Australia is currently testing this service with a view to be ready for initiation in approximately two months. SUB-REGIONAL Working Group for THE NORTHWEST INDIAN OCEAN REGION The Chair of the Sub-Regional Working Group for the Northwest Indian Ocean (WG-NWIO), DrJuma Said Al-Maskari, reported on the activities of the Group in the intersessional period. He referred to the intersessional meeting of WG-NWIO held in Hyderabad, India, on 9 July 2018. He presented the NWIO-WG terms of reference, membership, progress and activities, recommendations, work plan and other issues. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) should be invited as a new member of this Working Group. He reviewed the tsunami warning chains for the Member States and noted that the Oman warning chain has been shorted and they no longer need to go through the National DMO for public notification of tsunami threats. DrAl-Maskari then presented the proposed WG-NWIO work plan for the next intersessional period. The full report of the ICG/IOTWMS Sub-Regional Working Group for the Northwest Indian Ocean is available in  HYPERLINK \l "_ANNEX_VIII" Annex VIII. DrMokhtari (Iran) reported on the Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone (MSZ) that was held on 8 March 2019. The meeting covered the topics of optimal observing networks, seismicity and credible maximum earthquake, tsunami hazard assessment, and potential impacts of seismicity and secondary non-seismic effects on tsunami generation in the MSZ including the Red Sea and Persian Gulf. A Summary Statement of current status, gaps and future directions against each topic has been prepared (refer to HYPERLINK \l "_ANNEX_IX"  Annex IX). The ICG accepted the reports of the three Working Groups (WG1, WG2 and WG-NWIO) and two Task Teams (TT-IOWave18 and TT-CAPT). POLICY MATTERS EXERCISE INDIAN OCEAN WAVE2020 DrSakya recalled the recommendation of the ICG/IOTWMS Steering Group to consider organizing an exercise Indian Ocean Wave (IOWave) in 2020 taking on-board suggestions from the post-IOWave18 lessons learnt workshop, including an increased focus on participation of LDMO down to community level and implementation of IOTR, as well as the proposal to establish the IOWave20 Task Team. MrKodijat gave an overview of the IOWave18-related recommendations from the Post IOWave18 Regional Workshop on lessons learnt from community participation and evaluation of IOTR indicators in pilot communities during Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018 held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 15 to 17 November 2018. He noted the recommendations are captured in full in the workshop report (available on  HYPERLINK "http://ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2334" ICG/IOTWMS-XII website). The ICG recommended forming an IOWave20 Task Team for the next intersessional period. INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI READY RECOGNITION DrSakya, the Chair, recalled efforts during the last intersessional period towards finalisation of IOTR guidelines and conduct of three TEMPP trainings that led to successful piloting of IOTR indicators in 6communities in India and one community in Oman as part of IOWave18. He also recalled recommendation of the recent Twelfth meeting of TOWS-WG and the Thirteenth meeting of the ICG/IOTWMS Steering Group ( HYPERLINK "http://ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2349" ICG/IOTWMS-SG-13) to continue implementation of IOTR, consider International Recognition of communities, as well as setting up a Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a near field tsunami hazard. The Chair requested MrKodijat to present the IOTR-related recommendations from the Post IOWave18 Regional Workshop on lessons learnt from community participation and evaluation of IOTR indicators in pilot communities during Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018 held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 15 to 17 November 2018, that need to be considered for forward planning of IOTR. MrKodijat reviewed the IOTR programme, which consists of 11indicators including a community tsunami risk reduction plan as an indicator unique to the IOTWMS. Recognition has been proposed at the national level via a tsunami board and notably India has established a national board for IOTR. Eight countries (mainly Australia, India, Iran, Oman, Pakistan, Tanzania, Thailand and Timor Leste) have indicated their intentions to pilot IOTR. The level of difficulties in implementing from the community and DMO perspective were mapped. From this, it is inferred that IOTR can be implemented with the provision of some external support. Outcomes of the Twelfth meeting of TOWS-WG include to: (i) continue to strengthen tsunami awareness in Member States and (ii) continue Tsunami Ready pilot activities with UNESCO-IOC recognition. There is a need to form a Regional Tsunami Ready Board that can be replicated and/or adopted from that in the Caribbean. MrCoburn (Australia) asked about international recognition. MrKodijat replied that Vladimir Ryabinin, Assistant Director General and Executive Secretary of IOC/UNESCO, signed the Tsunami Ready recognition for the Caribbean and Samoan communities. ProfKarnawati (Indonesia) noted the 11indicators of Tsunami Ready mainly related to down-stream preparedness. She supports the need for increased participation of DMOs to the ICG. MrKodijat replied that IOTR and TEMPP workshops had mostly participants from the disaster management offices, so they have exposure to this concept. Furthermore, she proposed to certify Tsunami Ready as an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard. DrTummala requested the Member States to re-consider their delegations to future ICG sessions to include DMOs, noting that the ICG encourages Member States to actively engage DMOs. DrNaderi (Iran) commented that media should be encouraged to cover our achievements for wider publicity. DrAl-Maskari (Oman) noted it is very important to include the downstream in all of the ICGs meetings and discussions. He further noted that Oman DMO and media representatives are participating in this meeting. TRAININGS The Chair recalled that several capacity development activities were held during the last intersessional period related to tsunami warning centre network operations and standard operating procedures as well as TEMPP. The trainings were aimed to enhance the participation of Member States in IOWave18 and piloting of IOTR. The trainings leveraged resources available through IOTIC-BMKG, INCOIS, IOC regular programme budget and IOTWMS extra-budgetary support. The ICG decided to continue and expand on these activities. Further, the 2018 TT-CATP survey has also identified capacity development requirements of the IOTWMS Member States. There is a need to prioritise capacity development activities based on Member State needs and available resources. IOTWMS GOVERNANCE AND STRUCTURE The Chair noted that the ICGs intersessional activities were organized through two technical Working Groups, one sub-regional Working Group, two Task Teams and the Steering Group. He recalled the Steering Groups proposal to continue the two technical Working Groups and one sub-regional Working Group as well as the recommendation to establish three Task Teams for the next intersessional period. DrSakya also mentioned that organizing all intersessional meetings and trainings as Integrated Meetings proved to be highly efficient. In conclusion, he thanked Indonesia and India for hosting arrangements in 2017 and 2018 respectively. The ICG agreed on the proposed structure of the Working Groups and Task Teams for the next intersessional period. The current three Working Groups will continue with terms of reference listed in  HYPERLINK \l "A2" Annex II. There will be three new Task Teams on (1) Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-Field Tsunami Hazard, (2) Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone, and (3) Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2020 with terms of reference (finalised by the sessional groups) listed in  HYPERLINK \l "A2" Annex II. Working Group1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness The ICG appointed a Chair and two Vice-Chairs for Working Group1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness for the next intersessional period: WG1 Chair: Dr Harkunti Pertiwi Rahayu (Indonesia) was nominated by Australia and supported by India, Indonesia, Iran, Oman WG1 Vice-Chair (for Awareness and Preparedness): MrAlYaqdhan Al-Siyabi (Oman) WG1 Vice-Chair (for Hazard Assessment): DrGareth Davies (Australia) The Chair invited expressions of interest from the floor to join Working Group1. Australia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Oman and Pakistan expressed interest in Working Group1 membership. Working Group2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination The ICG appointed a Chair and two Vice-Chairs for Working Group2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination. Chair: DrYuelong Miao (Australia) proposed by India and supported by Indonesia and Iran, Vice-Chair: MrPatanjali Kumar Chodavarapu (India) proposed by Australia, and Vice-Chair: DrKaryono (Indonesia) supported by Iran. The Chair invited expressions of interest from the floor to join Working Group2. Australia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan and Thailand expressed interest in Working Group2 membership. Sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean The ICG appointed a Chair and Vice-Chair for the Sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean. Chair: DrMohammad Mokhtari (Iran) nominated by Australia, supported by Oman and India. Vice-Chair: MsVijaya Sunanda Maneela (India) proposed by Australia and supported by Oman. The Chair invited expressions of interest from the floor to join the Sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean. India, Iran, Oman and Pakistan expressed interest in Working Group membership and Indonesia expressed interested in participation as an observer. Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-Field Tsunami Hazard The ICG appointed a Chair and Vice-Chair for the Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-Field Tsunami Hazard. Chair: DrMohammad Akbarpour Jannat (Iran), and Vice-Chair: MrsWeniza (Indonesia). The Chair invited expressions of interest from the floor to join the Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-Field Tsunami Hazard. India, Iran, Oman and Pakistan expressed interest in Task Team membership. Task Team on Scientific Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone The ICG appointed a Chair and Vice-Chair for the Task Team on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone. Chair: DrJuma Al-Maskari (Oman), and Vice-Chair: DrAbdolmajid Naderi Beni (Iran). The Chair invited expressions of interest from the floor to join the Task Team on Scientific Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone. Australia (2experts), India, Iran, Oman and Pakistan expressed interest in Task Team membership. Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2020 The ICG appointed a Chair and Vice-Chair for the Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2020 (IOWave20). Chair: MrsWeniza (Indonesia), and Vice-Chair: DrAli Khoshkholgh (Iran). The Chair invited expressions of interest from the floor to join the Task Team on IOWave20. Australia, India, Iran, Oman (2experts) and Pakistan expressed interest in Task Team membership. Steering Group The ICG appointed a NTWC representative and TSP representatives to the Steering Group. NTWC Representative: DrJuma Al-Maskari (Oman), TSP Australia Representative: DrAdrienne Moseley, TSP Indonesia Representative: DrMuhamad Sadly, TSP India will advise on their representative to the Steering Group prior to its meeting. Integrated Intersessional Meetings The ICG supported holding integrated meeting during the intersessional period. Indonesia and Oman would like to host an integrated meeting in 2020. IOTWMS DOCUMENTATION IOTWMS STATUS REPORT The Chair recalled that the ICG at its last session ( HYPERLINK "https://jcomm.info/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=18919" ICG/IOTWMS-XI.47) endorsed the structure of the IOTWMS Status report and requested the Steering Group to complete it for review by the ICG/IOTWMS at its 12th session. Subsequently, at the 13th Steering Group meeting held from 19 to 21 November 2018 in Jakarta, Indonesia, the Steering Group delegated TT-CATP to prepare the IOTWMS Status Report, based on inputs received from the online survey on capacity assessment of tsunami preparedness. DrHarkunti Rahayu, Chair of the TT-CATP, presented the IOTWMS Status Report prepared by the Task Team. This report is based on an online survey to which 21Member States provided input. The report provides a regional overview of the status of IOTWMS with reference to the three pillars followed by a specific session of capacity development requirements. Individual Member State responses will be appended to the report, an example of which is provided already. MrCoburn enquired if this document will be circulated separately to the Member States. DrTummala noted that the document is available on the ICG/IOTWMS-XII meeting  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2334" website. Member States were requested to review the IOTWMS Status Report and provide feedback to the Secretariat by 15 April 2019. The Task Team will finalize the report for publication upon approval by the Steering Group. IOTWMS MEDIUM-TERM STRATEGY DrSakya explained that the purpose of the Medium-Term Strategy is to describe the basic directions towards continuously improving the IOTWMS to meet stakeholder requirements. He referred to the Medium-Term Strategy for the IOTWS (20112014) presented at the 8th session of the ICG ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000211234.locale=fr" ICG/IOTWS-VIII/3s). He also recalled the request made by the ICG at its last session ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000257202.locale=fr" ICG/IOTWMS-XI to the Steering Group to review and revise the Medium-Term Strategy and subsequent discussions in the Steering Group meeting in Jakarta, Indonesia, November 2018. DrSakya noted that the Medium-Term Strategy has now been revised for the period 20192024 taking into account the outcomes of the Sendai World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, and including a renewed focus on 'the last mile', a review and investigation of technical developments, sustainability of the system, and in-country capabilities. The ICG reviewed and adopted the Medium Term Strategy 20192024. UPDATES TO DEFINITION OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDERS and National Tsunami WArning Centre User Guide MrCoburn, Chair of ICG/IOTWMS Working Group2 on tsunami detection, warning and dissemination, recalled the decision made by the ICG at its last session ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000257202.locale=fr" ICG/IOTWS-XI to adopt Version 3 of the IOTWMS TSP Service Definition Document, a document that is updated and maintained by the Working Group2. He highlighted further revisions incorporated in the document for approval by the ICG. He also recalled that the ICG/IOTWMS at its 10th session (HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000247464.locale=fr"ICG/IOTWMS-X) decided to adopt the NTWC User Guide. Working Group2 has since incorporated revisions in the NTWC User Guide for approval by the ICG. The ICG reviewed and adopted the revised IOTWMS Service Definition Document and User Guide. These documents will be finalized and published by the Secretariat. REPORTS FROM SESSIONAL GROUP MEETINGS The Chair requested the three sessional groups established under  HYPERLINK \l "_CONDUCT_OF_THE" agenda item 2.3 to report back to the ICG. Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone DrMokhtari provided a report on behalf of the Sessional Group on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone. The group reviewed the terms of reference and membership of the Task Team. The group considered the recommendation of the Expert Consultation as well as Geoscience Australias recent work on probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment. The group discussed alignment of Task Team activities with the ESCAP project outcome 1 on Better understanding of the risk knowledge based on scientific research. It was decided to invite a team of modelers to define a strategy for estimating the credible maximum earthquake magnitude and developing a unified tsunami hazard map. The group finalized the terms of reference and membership of the Task Team. Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-field Tsunami Hazard DrRahayu provided a report from the Sessional Group on Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-field Tsunami Hazard. The group reviewed the terms of reference and membership of the Task Team. The group discussed alignment of Task Team activities with the ESCAP project outcome 2 on Improvement of warning services at NTWC level and the organization of the national warning chains to assure timely warnings and rapid response with due emphasis on self-protection for near source events. It was decided that the Task Teams work will have specific focus on enhancing tsunami preparedness for a near-field tsunami hazard, considering the gaps noted during the Palu event. While the Task Team will focus initial work in the Makran region aligning with the ESCAP project, the outcomes will be incorporated in to a broader regional framework. Indian Ocean Wave 2020 MrEluri provided a report on behalf of the Sessional Group on Indian Ocean Wave 2020 (IOWave20). The group reviewed the terms of reference and membership of the Task Team. The group considered the recommendations of the post-IOWave18 lessons learnt workshop and suggested that the Task Team consider them in planning of IOWave20 to enhance participation. In particular, the group suggested that the Task Team consider more than two scenarios, with more flexible scheduling of the exercise over a longer time frame. Noting the summary report from the three sessional groups on (1) Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone, (2) Tsunami Preparedness for a Near-Field Tsunami Hazard and (3) Indian Ocean Wave 2020 (IOWave20), the ICG approved the revised terms of reference ( HYPERLINK \l "A2" Annex II). PROGRAMME AND BUDGET The Chair requested DrTummala, Head of ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat, to introduce this agenda item. DrTummala informed the delegates that funding for ICG/IOTWMS activities comprises both regular programme and extra-budgetary funds. He explained that resources for ICG/IOTWMS activities should be mobilized by the IOTWMS Member States or from other donors. DrSakya requested Sessional Committee Chair established to review the Programme and Budget for 20192020 to present the ICG with conclusions and recommendations. DrMokhtari, with the assistance of MrKodijat, reviewed the current budget of the ICG/IOTWMS including a listed of proposed Working Group activities that require funding. It was noted that the total available budget is not enough to cover all of the activities and hence activities need to be prioritized in light of the available resources. The Chair invited ICG to consider the important issue of funding for the long-term sustainability of the IOTWMS. Member States were invited to make contributions to the IOC Special Account set-up for this purpose. ELECTION OF OFFICERS The Chair handed over this part of the session to MrBadar AlRumhi (Oman), Chair of the Nominations Committee. The Secretariat reminded the delegates of the rules and procedures for the election of officers. The Election of Officers of the ICG/IOTWMS was announced with the  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=23291" IOC Circular Letter 2747 along with the required forms. Open for nominations were the positions of one Chair and two Vice-Chairs. The deadline for nominations was 10 March 2019, at 17:00 hours local time in Kish Island. Nominations were received by the Secretariat before the deadline for all open Officer positions. Each nomination was duly dated, timed and signed by the Secretariat. The nominations committee duly scrutinized the nomination papers received by the Secretariat. The nominations received were one nomination for Chair and two nominations for Vice-Chair: Chair: ProfDwikorita Karnawati (Indonesia), seconded by Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, Oman, and India. Vice-Chair: MrPattabhi Rama Rao Eluri (India), seconded by Indonesia and Oman. Vice-Chair: ProfBehrouz Abtahi (Iran), seconded by Australia and India. The Elections Committee recommended that the ICG/IOTWMS elect these Officers for the intersessional period commencing at the closing of this 12th session of the ICG/IOTWMS. The ICG elected the Officers by acclamation and welcomed the elected Chair who will take office after the closure of this session. OTHER BUSINESS The Chair asked the delegates to raise any issues not already covered during the meeting. No other business was discussed. NEXT MEETING CONFIRMATION OF DATE AND VENUE FOR ICG/IOTWMS-XIII The Chair reminded the ICG that, at the 11th session of the ICG/IOTWMS, Indonesia expressed its interest in hosting the 13th session in early 2021. ProfKarnawati confirmed the offer and intimated that the hosting preparations have commenced. She thanked the ICG for trusting the Government of Indonesia with this important activity. TARGET DATE AND VENUE FOR ICG/IOTWMS-XIV The Chair invited expressions from Member States of the ICG to offer the host the 14th session of ICG/IOTWMS (ICG/IOTWMS-XIV) in early 2023. The Sultanate of Oman kindly offered to host this event. The Chair thanked Sultanate of Oman for its generous offer, which was subsequently accepted by the ICG/IOTWMS. ADOPTION OF DECISIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS MrPeter Coburn, Chair of the sessional Recommendation Committee established to prepare the recommendations, presented the draft recommendations for approval by the ICG. The Chair requested the delegates to adopt the recommendations of the 12th session of the ICG/IOTWMS. The recommendations were reviewed by the ICG and adopted with minor changes. A draft was agreed in terms of content, with the Secretariat to make further structural adjustments to improve the layout and readability. The adopted recommendation is available as  HYPERLINK \l "A2" Annex II. CLOSE OF MEETING DrAndi Eka Sakya thanked the I.R. of Iran and the local organizing committee. He thanked DrTummala who ensured that all items were in place for fruitful discussions as well as the Chairs of the Working Groups and Task Teams. He thanked everyone for the active participation and support during his tenure as the ICG Chair. He congratulated the new officers and looks forward to the 13th session of the ICG/IOTWMS that will be held in Indonesia with Prof Karnawati as the Chair. DrJuma Said Al-Maskari gave remarks as the departing ICG/IOTWMS Vice-Chair and Chair of the Sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean. DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala thanked everyone for a productive meeting. He thanked INIOAS, especially Prof Abtahi, Ms Foroughi and Dr Khoshkholgh for the excellent hosting arrangements. He further thanked the ICG Chair, Working Group Chairs and Vice-Chairs, the delegates, MsGale, MrKodijat, and colleagues from the UNESCO Jakarta and UNESCO Tehran. He welcomed the new Chair of ICG/IOTWMS, Prof Karnawati. He extended his thanks to the rapporteur DrAkbarpour Jannat and the Islamic Republic of Iran for hosting this wonderful meeting. The incoming Chair and Vice-Chair Prof Karnawati and Mr Eluri thanked the ICG for the opportunity and trust to work with the IOTWMS. Ms Foroughi provided closing remarks on behalf of the organizing committee. The 12th session of the ICG/IOTWMS closed at 4.15 p.m. on 12 March 2019. ANNEX I AGENDA 1. WELCOME AND OPENING OF TWELFTH SESSION 2. ORGANIZATION OF THE SESSION 2.1 ADOPTION OF AGENGA 2.2 DESIGNATION OF THE RAPPORTEUR 2.3 CONDUCTION OF THE SESSION, TIMETABLE AND DOCUMENTATION 3. REPORT ON INTERSESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 3.1 ICG CHAIRPERSONS REPORT 3.2 REPORTS FROM THE IOC SECRETARIAT 3.3 REVIEW OF ICG/IOTWMS DECISIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND ACTIONS 3.4 REPORT OF THE SYMPOSIUM ON ADVANCES IN TSUNAMI WARNING TO ENHANCE COMMUNITY RESPONSE (12-14 FEBRUARY 2018) AND TOWS WORKING GROUP 3.5 REPORT OF THE INDIAN OCEAN INFORMATION CENTRE (IOTIC) 3.6 NATIONAL PROGRESS REPORTS 3.7 STATUS OF PROGRESS IN OTHER ICGS 3.8 REPORT FROM UN AND NON-UN ORGANISATIONS 4. IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDER (IOTWMS-TSP) REPORTS 4.1 TSP AUSTRALIA 4.2 TSP INDIA 4.3 TSP INDONESIA 5. REPORT ON THE 28 SEPTEMBER 2018 SULAWESI EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI EVENT 6. REPORT FROM TASK TEAMS 6.1 INDIAN OCEAN WAVE 18 (IOWAVE18) TASK TEAM 6.2 CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF TSUNAMI PREPAREDNESS (CAPT) TASK TEAM 7. WORKING GROUP PROGRESS REPORTS 7.1 WORKING GROUP 1 PROGRESS REPORT: TSUNAMI RISK, COMMUNITY AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS 7.2 WORKING GROUP 2 PROGRESS REPORT: TSUNAMI DETECTION, WARNING AND DISSEMINATION 7.3 PROGRESS REPORT: SUBREGIONAL WORKING GROUP FOR THE NORTH WEST INDIAN OCEAN 8. POLICY MATTERS 8.1 IOWAVE20 8.2 INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI READY RECOGNITION 8.3 TRAINING 8.4 IOTWMS GOVERNANCE AND STRUCTURE 8.5 UN DECADE OF OCEAN SCIENCE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 9. IOTWMS DOCUMENTATION 9.1 IOTWMS STATUS REPORT 9.2 IOTWMS MEDIUM TERM STRATEGY 9.3 UPDATES TO THE DEFINIATION OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE IOTWMS TSUNAMI SERVICE PROVIDERS AMD THE NTWC USER GUIDE 10. REPORTS FROM SESSIONAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS 11. PROGRAMME AND BUDGET 12. ELECTION OF OFFICERS 13. OTHER BUSINESS 14. NEXT MEETING 14.1 CONFIRMATION OF DATE AND VENUE FOR ICG/IOTWMS-XIII 14.2 TARGET DATE AND VENUE FOR IOTWMS-XIV 15. ADOPTION OF DECISIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 16. CLOSE OF MEETING ANNEX II Decision ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 The Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS), Having met for its 12th session from 9 to 12 March 2019 in Kish Island, Iran, Recalling  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-unesco.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=2050" Resolution XXIII-12 that established the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System, Recognizing the progress towards establishing National Tsunami Warning Centres (NTWCs) in all countries around the Indian Ocean since the Indian Ocean Tsunami of 26 December 2004, Reaffirming that the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (IOTWMS) is a coordinated network of national systems and capacities, and is part of a global network of early-warning systems for all ocean-related hazards, Reaffirming further that each Member State has the responsibility to issue warnings within its respective territories, Recalling the  HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000139832.locale=fr" Mauritius Declaration adopted at the Intergovernmental Coordination Meeting held at Grand Baie, Mauritius, 1416 April 2005, to openly share and exchange tsunami-relevant real-time observational data in accordance with the UNESCO-IOC Oceanographic Data Exchange Policy, Noting that the activities of the WMO/UNESCAP Panel on Tropical Cyclones, particularly its programme of development of integrated multi-hazard early warning system for the coastal areas of the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea countries, is complementary to ICG/IOTWMS objectives, Noting the outcomes of the 3rd UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (1318 March 2015, Sendai, Japan), the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 20152030 (A/CONF.224/CRP.1), Noting the WMO International Network for Multi Hazard Early Warning Systems (IN-MHEWS) initiative, Noting the Summary Statement of the International Conference to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Indian Ocean Tsunami: The Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System 10 years after the Indian Ocean Tsunami: Achievements, Challenges, Remaining Gaps and Policy Perspectives (2425 November 2014, Jakarta, Indonesia;  HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000232532.locale=fr" IOC/BRO/2015/2), Noting the Summary Statement of the symposium Advances in Tsunami Warning to Enhance Community Responses (1214 February 2018, Paris, France,  HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000262840.locale=fr" IOC/BRO/2018/3) that identified the current status of operational tsunami warnings and community resilience and future avenues for improvement (IOC/BRO/2015/2), Noting the decision by the UN General Assembly, as part of the Omnibus Resolution for Oceans and the law of the sea ( HYPERLINK "https://documents-dds-ny.un.org/doc/UNDOC/GEN/N17/421/91/pdf/N1742191.pdf?OpenElement" A/RES/72/73), to proclaim the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development for the 10-year period beginning on 1 January 2021, and called upon the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission to prepare an implementation plan for the Decade in consultation with Member States, UN Bodies, and relevant stakeholders, Recalling IOC Resolution XXVI-6 on Data Buoy Vandalism: Impact and Responses, IOC Resolution XXVI-7 on Global Coordination of Early Warning and Mitigation Systems for Tsunamis and Other Sea-Level Related Hazards, Acknowledges with appreciation the contribution and continued support of the Government of Australia for the IOTWMS Secretariat and the support of the Government of Indonesia for hosting IOTIC for the 5-year period starting 2017; Acknowledges the contributions of seismic data through the CTBTO; Having reviewed the progress made in the implementation of the IOTWMS since the 11th session of the ICG/IOTWMS (1820 April 2017, Putrajaya, Malaysia), Having considered the reports of: ICG/IOTWMS Chair; IOC Secretariat; IOTIC; 12th and 13th Meetings of the ICG/IOTWMS Steering Group; 11th and 12th Meetings of the TOWS-WG; TSP Australia; TSP India; TSP Indonesia; IOWave18 Exercise Report (Draft); Task Team on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness; Working Group 1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness, and Preparedness; Working Group 2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination; TSP Public Bulletin Test (20 February 2019); Sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean; Working Group 2 TSP Service Definition Document update (Draft); Working Group 2 NTWC User Guide update (Draft); IOTWMS Status Report (Draft); IOTWMS Medium Term Strategy (20192024; Draft); ICG/PTWS; UNESCAP, APDIM and GFZ. Reaffirms that participation in ICG activities should be funded by the Member States; Encourages voluntary contributions to the IOC Special Account set up for the IOTWMS to support activities identified in the Budget and Programme; Encourages Member States to promptly inform the Secretariat of all changes to the TNC/TWFP/NTWC contacts through official channels; Noting the continued diminishing engagement by some Member States in the activities of the ICG/IOTWMS, urges Member States to participate more actively; Endorses the workplan of the Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC) for 20192021 under the Partnership Agreement of UNESCO-IOC and BMKG; Urges Member State National Tsunami Warning Centres to ensure national tsunami warning status is reported back to the TSPs in a timely manner via the agreed web reporting protocols during tsunami events, tests and exercises, in order for national status to be available on the TSP public websites; Requests Member States to review the IOWave18 Exercise Report (Draft) and provide corrections, if any, to the Secretariat by 15 April 2019; Requests Member States to review the IOTWMS Status Report (Draft) and provide corrections, if any, to the Secretariat by 15 April 2019; Recognizing that recommendations from the Post-IOWave18 Workshop (1517 November 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia) are valuable, requests Working Group1, the IOWave20 Task Team and the Secretariat to consider them in planning for future exercises; Recognizing that recommendations from the Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone (8 March 2018, Kish Island, Iran) are valuable, requests the sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean to consider them in their work plan for the next intersessional period; Noting the importance of clarifying the earthquake and tsunami potential of the Makran subduction zone, encourages Member States to continue to acquire new datasets such as the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), seismic and other geological data; Noting the importance of seismic data for timely and accurate determination of tsunami threats by TSPs, and the progress made in bilateral exchange of seismic data among some Member States, urges Member States, especially in the North West Indian Ocean region, to provide all relevant seismic data in real-time to TSPs and other Member States; Recognizing the Palu and Sunda Strait tsunami events as being very complex from an early warning perspective and the current technical limitations of producing timely and accurate forecasts for tsunamis from near-source atypical sources (e.g. aerial landslides, submarine landslides, volcanoes), Encourages all Member States to continue reviewing their tsunami warning chain with a view to minimizing the number of steps, and clear authorization of responsibilities amongst stakeholders, especially for near-field tsunami threats; Requests NTWCs to continue to develop and routinely review Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and provide copies to the Secretariat; Encourages Member States to enhance community preparedness for near-field tsunamis, with emphasis on self-evacuation based on natural signs; Encourages further Member States to emphasize to Disaster Management Organizations the role they play in strengthening the warning chain to ensure optimal community response and stress the importance that the agencies participate in regional tsunami governance and technical forums; Noting the value of basin-wide tsunami exercises and drills and the high level of community participation of Member States in IOWave18, encourages Member States to conduct further exercises and drills at the national level involving communities; Noting the successful conduct of IOWave18 by Member States and piloting of Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) programme by India and Oman, encourages all Member States to consider piloting IOTR in vulnerable communities with UNESCO-IOC recognition; Noting the success of regional Trainings / Workshops on Standard Operating Procedures and Tsunami Evacuation Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP), Requests Member States to consider nominating new participants to the Trainings / Workshops to ensure that more in-country experts are trained and available to handle tsunami warning operations; Encourages the continued involvement of national and international media in Trainings / Workshops and exercises, as well as in warning dissemination; Encourages Member States to replicate TEMPP trainings at the national/local level, taking advantage of the offer from the IOTIC-BMKG Programme to support experts; Noting with concern, the likely failure of a number of sea level stations in the Indian Ocean on 6 April 2019 due to GPS timing issues in the data loggers, urges Member States to take corrective measures to mitigate the impact; Encourages Member States to collect high-resolution coastal bathymetry and topography data to improve characterisation of tsunami and other coastal hazards and risks, and promote sharing of this data to the extent possible; Encourages further Member States to register NTWCs and TWFPs as alerting authorities in the WMO Alerting Authority Register via the WMO National Permanent Representative; Noting with concern the continued instances of tsunami buoy vandalism in the IOTWMS region, Encourages Member States to promptly inform such occurrences to the Secretariat to facilitate incorporation in the Global Vandalism Report of the Data Buoy Cooperation Panel (DBCP), and further requests the Member States to consider contributing any education or outreach materials related to data buoy vandalism to the DBCP for inclusion in a tool kit of regionally relevant materials to counter vandalism; Appreciates the outcomes of the Working Group on Tsunamis and Other Hazards related to Sea-Level Warning and Mitigation Systems (TOWS-WG) in guiding the activities of the ICG and its Working Groups and Task Teams and decides to consider the recommendations from the TOWS-WG-XI and XII in the work plans of the ICG in the next inter-sessional period; Appreciates the support from UNESCAP Trust Fund for Tsunami, Disaster and Climate Preparedness for the IOC project on Strengthening tsunami early warning in the North West Indian Ocean through regional cooperation; Noting the readiness of TSP-India and TSP-Indonesia for re-initiation of public bulletins over the IOC Public Email List server and the GTS, requests the IOC Secretariat to re-initiate the service; Requests the Executive Secretary to prepare the Executive Summary Report of the 12th session of the ICG/IOTWMS within 30 days; Recognizing the present financial concerns of the IOC Regular Programme, requests that the Executive Secretary allocates extrabudgetary funds provided for the ICG/IOTWMS for use in supporting ICG/IOTWMS programme and activities; Decides to: Appoint an additional Vice-Chair to the WG1 with specific expertise in Hazard Assessments, in addition to the Vice-chair with expertise in Tsunami Awareness and Preparedness; Continue existing Working Group 1 with modified Terms of Reference as attached in  HYPERLINK \l "DA1" Annex1 to this decision. Chair DrHarkunti Pertiwi Rahayu (Indonesia) and Vice-Chairs MrAlyaqdhan Al-Siyabi (Oman) and DrGareth Davies (Australia); Continue existing Working Group2 with Terms of Reference as attached in  HYPERLINK \l "DA2" Annex2 to this decision. Chair DrYuelong Miao (Australia) and Vice-chairs MrPatanjali Kumar Chodavarapu (India), and DrKaryono (Indonesia); Continue existing Sub-Regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean with modified Terms of Reference as attached in  HYPERLINK \l "DA3" Annex 3 to this decision. Chair DrMohammad Mokhtari (Iran) and Vice-Chair MsVijaya Sunanda Maneela (India); Continue the Steering Group with Terms of Reference as attached in  HYPERLINK \l "A4" Annex4 to this decision. DrMuhammad Sadly (TSP-Indonesia Representative), DrAdrienne Moseley (TSP-Australia Representative), DrJuma Al-Maskari (NTWC-Oman Representative) and a TSP-India Representative; Establish a new intersessional Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a near-field tsunami hazard, reporting to the Steering Group with Terms of Reference as attached in  HYPERLINK \l "DA5" Annex 5 to this decision. Chair Dr Mahmood Reza Akbarpour Jannet (Iran) and Vice-chair Mrs Weniza (Indonesia); Establish a new intersessional Task Team on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone, reporting to the Steering Group with Terms of Reference as attached in  HYPERLINK \l "DA6" Annex 6 to this decision. Chair DrJuma Al Maskari (Oman) and Vice-Chair DrAbdolmajid Naderi Beni (Iran); Invite a team of expert modellers from Australia, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Oman and Pakistan to define a strategy for estimating the credible maximum earthquake magnitude and developing a unified tsunami hazard map as part of the Task Team on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone; Establish a new intersessional Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 20 (IOWave20) reporting to the Steering Group with Terms of Reference as attached in  HYPERLINK \l "DA7" Annex7 to this decision. Chair MrsWeniza (Indonesia) and Vice-Chair DrAli Khoshkholgh (Iran); Refer the recommendations contained in the IOWave18 Exercise Report (IOC Technical Series, 138 Vol.2) to the relevant Working Groups by the 30 June 2019 for follow-up actions; Conduct Indian Ocean Wave Exercise (IOWave20) in 2020 noting suggestions from the post-IOWave18 lessons learnt workshop, including an increased focus on participation of Local Disaster Management Offices (LDMO) down to community level and piloting of the Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR); Explore mechanisms for participation of international observers in countries conducting community evacuations and IOTR piloting during future IOWave exercises; Conduct a Palu and Sunda Strait Tsunami lessons learnt workshop in 2019, and a Post-IOWave20 lessons learnt workshop within 3months of the exercise, subject to availability of funding; Conduct two training workshops on Standard Operating Procedures including warning chain in the intersessional period, subject to the availability of funding, with one to be conducted in the North West Indian Ocean region; Continue to include an additional one-day session on Tsunami Warning Centre and Seismic Network Operations as part of all future Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) trainings; Continue to hold inter-sessional activities as integrated meetings to optimize resources, noting with appreciation kind offers from Indonesia and Oman to host a meeting in 2020; Adopt the updated IOTWMS TSP Service Definition Document (Version 4) and request the TSPs to conform to it; Adopt the updated IOTWMS User Guide (Version 2); Adopt the IOTWMS Medium-term Strategy (20192024), and request Member States to consider updating their national policies and plans in accordance with the strategic objectives; Adopt the IOTWMS Status Report subject to consideration of comments from the Member States to the TT-CATP and approval by the Steering Group; Endorse the recommendations of the Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment for the Makran Subduction Zone; Dissolve the IOWave18 Task Team after completion of the IOWave18 Exercise Report by end of May 2019; Dissolve the Task Team on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness after completion of the IOTWMS Status Report by end of May 2019; Invite United Arab Emirates as a Member and UNESCAP as an Observer of the WG-NWIO; Advocate World Tsunami Awareness Day 2019 among Member States and highlight target [d] of the Sendai Framework, with an emphasis on reducing disaster damage to critical infrastructure including ports, harbours, etc. Requests Working Group1 to: Update the Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Assessment (PTHA) for Indian Ocean based on recent work by Geoscience Australia in collaboration with relevant experts from the Member States; Investigate tsunami hazard from the South Sunda mega thrust zone; Review the PTWS KPI framework with reference to the TT-CATP survey and provide input to a consolidated report for TOWS-WG-XIII; Investigate the use of socio-technical innovations such as crowd sourcing to assist real-time tsunami evacuation; Prepare guidance to facilitate Member States to establish/update their national policies and plans to make tsunami preparedness mandatory for the coastal and marine private/business sector and infrastructure; Create an infographic (12 pages) of the Executive Summary of the IOTWMS Status Report targeted for policy-makers. Requests Working Group2 to: Investigate methods of detection and threat assessment of atypical tsunami events, including volcanic and landslide events; Explore possible new tsunami-detection technologies such as tsunameters attached to undersea communications cables; Investigate replacing the current magnitude 8.0 or above threshold for issuing threat products for earthquakes outside the Indian Ocean EEZ with a threshold based on above-threat level waves predicted for any Indian Ocean Coastal Forecast Zone; Implement the TOWS-WG proposal on TSP messages for the Maritime Community; Facilitate coordination between WMO and Iran for receipt of tsunami bulletins over the GTS; Investigate the possibility of replacing the word REVISED in TSP bulletins with UPDATED; Elects Prof.DrDwikorita Karnawati (Indonesia) as ICG/IOTWMS Chair with MrPattabhi Rama Rao Eluri (India) and Prof.Behrouz Abtahi (Iran) as Vice-Chairs for the next intersessional term commencing at the end of the session; Expresses its gratitude to the Islamic Republic of Iran for kindly hosting the 12th session of the ICG/IOTWMS in Kish Island; Accepts with appreciation the kind offer of the Government of Indonesia to host the 13th session of the ICG/IOTWMS in early 2021; Accepts with appreciation the kind offer of the Sultanate of Oman to host the 14th session of the ICG/IOTWMS in early 2023. ________________________________ Financial Implications: Extrabudgetary only. Annex 1 to Decision ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 ICG/IOTWMS Working Group 1 Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness Terms-of-Reference Liaise with other Working Group(s) and Task Team(s) within the ICG/IOTWMS and with Working Groups from the other ocean basins through the TOWS-WG to: Assist, develop and strengthen the overall capacity and capability of Member States in tsunami risk assessment and mitigation, community awareness and preparedness. Encourage Member States to mainstream tsunami Disaster Risk Reduction into sustainable development to help achieve resilient communities in the region. Identify areas of priority for action following assessments, exercises and real tsunami events. Provide advice on user requirements and utility of tsunami warning products and services. Provide advice to the Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC) on educational, awareness and preparedness materials. Promote collaboration among academia, research institutions and disaster management offices to encourage multidisciplinary and multi sectoral interaction in ensuring tsunami risk knowledge are streamlined to risk reduction strategies. Activities may include: Monitor, assess and routinely report to the Steering Group and ICG on the status of Tsunami Risk Assessments, Community Awareness and Preparedness in each Member State. Seek resources and coordinate projects to build capacity in Member States. Organise workshops and symposiums for training and capability development. Contribute to the conduct of regular exercises of the IOTWMS. Encourage Member States to integrate tsunami risk assessment, community awareness and preparedness within national disaster risk reduction programmes for multi-hazards. Stimulate and share information on best-practices between Member States. Assist with development and application of guidelines on hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment and mitigation, exercises, and post-event surveys. Work with Working Group 2 "Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination" to develop effective warning products, services, Standing Operating Procedures and warning chains. Under the direction of the Steering Group, assist with national assessments of the IOTWMS performance after each exercise and real tsunami event. The Working Group will be composed of members nominated by Member States, an invited IOTIC representative and other invited observers as required, with a Chairperson and two Vice-Chairpersons to be elected by the ICG. Annex 2 to Decision ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 ICG/IOTWMS Working Group 2 Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination Terms-of-Reference Liaise with other Working Group(s) and Task Team(s) within the ICG/IOTWMS and with Working Groups from the other ocean basins through the TOWS-WG to: Coordinate and strengthen the operational implementation of a "System-of-Systems" providing interoperable tsunami threat information products and services for Member States. Monitor the performance of key observational, warning and communication system components. Identify areas of priority for action following assessments, communications tests, exercises and real tsunami events. Provide advice to the Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC) on educational materials about the warning systems and services. Help strengthen the capacity and capability of Member States in relation to tsunami detection, warning and dissemination. Activities may include: Help coordinate and facilitate the development and operational implementation of tsunami detection, warning and dissemination systems and procedures within Multi-Hazard Early Warning System (MHEWS) frameworks and systems. Monitor, assess and routinely report to the Steering Group and ICG on the performance of Tsunami Service Providers (TSPs), observational seismic and sea level monitoring networks, communication systems and procedures. Consult with Working Group 1 Community Awareness and Preparedness on the requirements and suitability of threat information and warning products. Monitor existing international and national arrangements and provision of real-time data required for tsunami monitoring and warning with regards to seismic, GNSS, sea level and other kinds of measurements and data exchange. Undertake studies to determine warning requirements for seismic and sea level data. Facilitate the ongoing development and benchmarking of tsunami modelling, forecast and verification systems. Contribute to the conduct of regular exercises and communication tests of the IOTWMS. Develop, coordinate and help implement training and capacity building programmes for NTWCs, DMOs and Media in the Tsunami Warning Services. Develop and maintain relevant documentation, such as the IOTWMS Service Definition and IOTWMS NTWC Users Guide. The Working Group will be composed of members nominated by Member States, Member State representatives for each ICG-designated TSP and invited observers, with a Chairperson and one or two Vice-Chairpersons to be elected by the ICG. Annex 3 to Decision ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 Subregional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean Terms-of-Reference To evaluate capabilities and ascertain requirements of countries in the northwest Indian Ocean region for providing end-to-end tsunami warning and mitigation services within a multi-hazard framework and within the framework of the ICG/IOTWMS. To promote and facilitate tsunami hazard and risk studies and research in the region. To facilitate cooperation in the establishment and upgrading of seismic, sea level and GNSS stations and networks and communication systems in the region. To facilitate improvement of the education programmes on tsunami mitigation in the region. To facilitate capacity building and the sharing of tsunami-related data and information in the region. The Group will be composed of members representing NTWC and DMO from each of the Member States of India, Iran, Oman, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, other Member States in the North West Indian Ocean region and invited observers, with a Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson to be elected. Annex 4 to Decision ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 ICG/IOTWMS Steering Group Terms-of-Reference Coordinate and integrate the work of ICG/IOTWMS in the inter-sessional periods, as implemented through the various Working Groups and Task Teams to: Oversee the execution of the Decisions and Recommendations of the ICG. Monitor the overall performance of the IOTWMS. Identify areas of priority for action following assessments, communications tests, exercises and real tsunami events. Ensure the IOTWMS is implemented in line with the guidance of the TOWS-WG for the harmonisation of global tsunami warning and mitigation systems. Identify and assess resource requirements to support implementation of the IOTWMS. Activities may include: Promote and enhance the institutionalisation of tsunami early warning systems, their implementation, exercises and maintenance. Develop and maintain the Medium-term Strategy and Outreach Plan. Identify funding priorities for the ICG/IOTWMS Work Plans, including development of Programme and Budget for subsequent inter-sessional period for review by the ICG. Oversee the planning and implementation of ocean wide tsunami exercises and drills. Oversee performance assessment of IOTWMS for real tsunami events, with assistance of ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat through post-event questionnaires to be completed by Member States, for finalisation and distribution within 2 months after the event. Contribute to the work of the TOWS-WG to coordinate the most effective global implementation and harmonisation of tsunami warning and mitigation systems. Membership of the Steering Group includes the ICG Chair and Vice-Chairs, Chairs and Vice-Chairs of the Working Groups, Member State representatives from each TSP and two other NTWCs. Invited observers include a representative from IOTIC, immediate past Chair of the ICG for one term, and other invited observers as required. The Chair of ICG/IOTWMS is the Chair of the Steering Group. The Steering Group will primarily work offline by correspondence, but meet in person at least once a year. Annex 5 to Decision ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a near-field Tsunami Hazard Terms-of-Reference Assist Member States threatened by near-field tsunami threat to adapt and integrate their national warning chains and SOPs, particularly in relation to community preparedness for self-evacuation. Guide the piloting of Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready recognition programme in the IOTWMS Member States with a near-field tsunami threat. The Task Team will work towards enhancing Tsunami preparedness for near-field tsunami hazard including improving end-to-end national warning chains, learning from the recent tsunami events. The Task Team will report to the Steering Group and be composed of representatives from WG-1, WG-2, WG-NWIO, IOTIC, interested Member States and Observers (GDRC, UNESCAP) with a Chair and Vice-Chair to be elected. Annex 6 to Decision ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 Task Team on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone Terms-of-Reference Draft an agreement document for real-time exchange between Member States of seismic/sea-level/GNSS data in the Makran Subduction Zone (MSZ). Specify optimal number and configuration of seismic/sea-level/GNSS and other observing networks needed for real-time tsunami warning in the MSZ. Investigate and report on the credible maximum earthquake magnitude in the Makran Subduction Zone and define a strategy to develop a unified hazard map. Investigate and report on the seismicity of the Makran subduction zone as well as the potential impact of tsunamis in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf with a view to including those zones in the IOTWMS AoS if there is a threat. Review and report on the status of research into modelling of secondary non-seismic effects tsunamis in Makran for potential use in the IOTWMS. The Task Team will report to the Steering Group and be composed of members nominated by WG-NWIO Member States (India, Iran, Oman, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Yemen), representatives from TSPs and Observers from international institutions involved in research of MSZ (GFZ, GTM, UNESCAP, etc.) Annex 7 to Decision ICG/IOTWMS-XII.1 Task Team on IOWave20 Terms-of-Reference Plan and coordinate the next IOWave Exercise (IOWave20), taking on-board suggestions from the post-IOWave18 lessons learnt workshop including an increased focus on LDMO down to community level and implementation of IOTR. Prepare the Exercise Manual in accordance with the Guideline on "How to Plan. Conduct and Evaluate Tsunami Exercises" (IOC Manuals and Guides No. 58) at least 6 months in advance of the exercise, Prepare the Exercise Report for ICG/IOTWMS-XIII. The Task Team will report to the Steering Group and be composed of members nominated by Member States and representatives from TSPs, with a Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson to be elected. ANNEX III OPENING STATEMENT BY DRVLADIMIR RYABININ, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, IOC/UNESCO Twelfth Session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS-XII) Kish Island, Iran, 0912 March 2019 Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen. Good Morning to all of you. On behalf of the IOC-UNESCO, allow me to welcome all of you to the 12th session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS-XII). I would like to convey my deep appreciation to the Islamic Republic of Iran and colleagues of the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science (INIOAS) for hosting these important meetings in Kish Island. After the Boxing Day tsunami of 26 December 2004, much progress has been made in establishment of IOC-coordinated regional tsunami early warning systems in the Indian Ocean, Caribbean and Northeast Atlantic & Mediterranean, to join the system that was already operational in the Pacific. The IOTWMS is a fully integrated end-to-end warning system built on three pillars: tsunami risk assessment and mitigation; tsunami detection, warning and dissemination; and tsunami awareness and response. The IOTWMS started independent operations on 31st March 2013 with Tsunami Service Providers (TSPs) established by Australia, India and Indonesia providing independent tsunami services to all Member States of the region. The Secretariat of the ICG/IOTWMS is hosted and supported by the Government of Australia at its Bureau of Meteorology in Perth. IOC-UNESCO has also established the Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC) in Jakarta supported by Government of Indonesia through the Agency for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics (BMKG) under a partnership spanning until 2022. With the collaborative efforts of all 24 active Indian Ocean Member States, the IOTWMS has successfully developed risk assessment guidelines, enhanced observing networks, conducted regular capacity development workshops and published public awareness material. IOTWMS continues to conduct regular tsunami drills to test the functioning of the end-to-end system and to enhance community preparedness. The most recent tsunami drill IOWave18 was conducted in September and attracted participation by 24 Member States with 11 of them conducting community evacuation involving a record 116,000 people. Ladies and Gentlemen. The Indian Ocean is much safer against the threat of tsunamis than it was in 2004. However, the recent tsunamis in Palu and Sunda Strait of Indonesia once again remind us of the huge challenges facing the global tsunami warning community. IOC offers its deepest condolences to communities impacted by these tragic events. Tsunami warning systems have proven to be very effective in mitigating the impact of tsunamis from subduction zone seismic sources that account for a large percentage of tsunamis globally. However, they are not effective for non-subduction earthquakes and non-seismic sources such as meteo-tsunamis, coastal cliff failures and submarine landslides and landslides due to volcanic eruptions. Further, tsunami warning for near-source regions that requires rapid public response (within few minutes) is extremely challenging considering scientific uncertainties involved in accurate assessment of source characteristics, gaps in warning chains and stakeholder Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and lack of public awareness and response. Strengthening warning capabilities to be able to detect, model and monitor tsunamis from a wider range of sources is a challenging, but priority task. Further, a stronger downstream including community preparedness initiatives to enable appropriate response to official warnings and more importantly natural signs of a tsunami are extremely important for saving lives of vulnerable people. In this context, ICG/IOTWMS should continue to focus on system sustenance and technical enhancements, strengthening early warning in the Makran region as well as enhancing community awareness and response. The Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) programme that provides a structured framework for enhancing the state of community readiness has attracted recent interest of several Member States in the Indian Ocean and needs to be encouraged. The sustainability of the regional tsunami warning and mitigation systems is a key concern for all the Intergovernmental Coordination Groups of IOC-UNESCO. Although much has been achieved in the last 14 years, the IOTWMS is not sustainable without the continued commitment of its Member States, which requires strong policy support at the national level within the framework of a broader national disaster risk reduction plan. The IOC Tsunami Programme, through the intergovernmental coordination of regional warning systems, capacity development activities and the support of national and regional projects, is a key stakeholder for tsunami risk reduction at the global level. I wish to reiterate that IOC is committed to continuing to facilitate, coordinate and provide governance for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System and the other regional systems, going forward. The UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development being coordinated by the IOC could provide a great platform for reinvigorating multi-lateral cooperation in tsunami and multi-hazard early warning systems. In conclusion, let me wish you all a very successful meeting and once again thank the Islamic Republic of Iran for hosting this important meeting. ANNEX IV CHAIRPERSONS REPORT DrAndi Eka Sakya, M.Eng. Chair, IOC-UNESCO Intergovernmental Coordination Group DrJuma Al-Maskari Vice-Chair, IOC-UNESCO Intergovernmental Coordination Group Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning & Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS) Kish, Islamic Republic of Iran 912 March 2019 Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System: Progress Activities Introduction The Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness; Detection, Warning and Dissemination Sub-Regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Center (IOTIC) Tsunami in Palu and Anak Krakatau Medium Term Strategic Plan 2019 2024 Other Issues Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Assessment UN-ESCAP Project 10 Important directions for the next inter-sessional period and beyond INTRODUCTION At the very outset, the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (IOTWMS) wishes to place on record its deep appreciation to the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran, particularly Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science (INIOAS) for hosting the 12th Session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System. This session has been preceded by Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone. This scientific workshop meaningfully contributes to the strengthening of the IOTWMS, especially in the North West Indian Ocean region, and is deeply appreciated. The Chairmans Report to the 12th Session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System will share the experience of establishing the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (IOTWMS) as a successful collaborative effort by Indian Ocean Member States under UNESCO/Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission. A summary of important activities since the previous ICG/IOTWMS is also presented. The report also highlights key learning achievements and good practices. It also focuses on policies which were adopted, capacity development which was undertaken both with respect to technology and institutional development and also on the measures which were taken to promote institutional coordination, exchange of data and information, as well as vital links of dialogue both on a routine basis and when a hazard is active across a region. The IOTWMS is certainly larger than the sum of its components and it has been a win-win situation to the all Member States. 2 THE INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI WARNING AND MITIGATION SYSTEM In the aftermath of the Indian Ocean Tsunami, the Indian Ocean Member States decided to establish a tsunami warning and mitigation system under Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC/UNESCO), Paris that governs global tsunami warning systems under the United Nations. The first meeting of the Indian Ocean Member States was in March 2005 and followed by a Ministerial meeting in Mauritius in April 2005 which set the agenda for the establishment of the IOTWMS via an Intergovernmental Coordination Group (ICG). The IOTWMS also established its Secretariat in Perth, supported by the Government of Australia through the Bureau of Meteorology. The Head of the Secretariat coordinates all activities of the ICG, which has successfully conducted eleven sessions in nine cities since August 2005 till February 2019. It has been agreed that the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning System (IOTWMS) will be a coordinated network of national systems and capacities. Each member state has the responsibility of identifying the hazard, assessing the risk and issuing the warning to its population within their respective territories, for which they will be assisted by Tsunami Service Providers (TSP) to be established in some of the Indian Ocean countries. India, Indonesia and Australia pioneered the establishment of TSPs to serve the Member States. All three TSPs monitor the full Indian Ocean basin in collaboration with the other Indian Ocean Member States using state of the art technology. Their notable contribution is acknowledged. The IOTWMS has been developed as an end-to-end Tsunami Warning System and bearing three strategic pillars, namely: Risk Assessment and Reduction: Hazard and risk assessment and risk reduction Detection, Warning and Dissemination: Rapid detection and warning dissemination down to the last mile Awareness, Preparedness and Response: Public education, evacuation, emergency planning and response At the 11th Session of the ICG/IOTWMS which was held in Putrajaya, Malaysia, it was decided to maintain the structure of the Working Group that consists of: Working Group 1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness (WG-1); Working Group 2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination (WG-2); and Sub-Regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean (WG NWIO). A Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018 (TT IOWave18) was also established to plan for and organize the Indian Ocean wide tsunami exercise scheduled on 4-5 September 2018. Furthermore, particular focus has been given on enhancing community awareness and preparedness to help ensure more appropriate responses to tsunami warning information. Towards this, a new intersessional Task Team on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness (TT CTAP) has been established to oversee capacity assessment of IOTWMS Member States as well as develop guidelines and pilot the implementation of a Tsunami Ready Programme in the Indian Ocean. Thanks to ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat breakthrough initiatives, the present period enjoyed more frequent and stronger intersessional coordination through the so-called integrated meeting. Apart from utilizing the Integrated Intersessional Meetings for training and workshop, Secretariat effectively facilitated back-to-back Steering Group Meeting, as well as intersessional Working Group and Task Team meetings. Two integrated meetings were held in the last intersessional period: the first one was at BMKG Premises in Jakarta held in 4 17 September 2017; and the second was hosted by INCOIS, Hyderabad, India in 26 June till 14 July 2018. Table1 show coordination activity facilitated through Integrated Meetings, wherein intersessional meeting of Working Groups and Task Teams were also conducted. ActivitiesIntegrated Meeting1 JakartaIntegrated Meeting 2 HyderabadOthers417 Sept 201726 June14 July 2018WG 19 September 20176 July 2018WG 215 September 20176 July 2018WG NWIO9 July 2018TT on CATP45 September 20176 July 2018TT IOWAVE1816 September 20176 July 2018Steering Group1617 September 20176 July 2018Jakarta 1921 November 2018*WorkshopIOTR 68 September 2017SOP 1114 September 20171014 July 2018Post-IOWave18Jakarta 1517 November 2018*TrainingTEMPP-1Citeko 1323 November 2017*TEMPP-226 June5 July 2018TEMPP-3Citeko 22 Nov1 Dec 2018** These activities were also held back-to-back for efficiency Table 1 Intersessional Meeting of Working Groups and Task Teams facilitated through Integrated Meeting 3 TSUNAMI RISK, COMMUNITY AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS Embodying the pillar of Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness into an operational level is to reassure streamlining tsunami risk, awareness and preparedness into risk reduction strategies and program so that can be adopted and practiced by each Member State through multidiscipline and multi-sector interactions with multi-stakeholders. Further, within the framework of this pillar, mitigation has been intentionally broadened not only confining on reducing the loss and damage, but also covering effort on implementing science-based decision by way of bringing science, engineering and socio-technology into government and/or society policy as well as standard of practices in enhancing the awareness and preparedness through structural and non-structural endeavor, particularly prior to the occurrence of disaster. Following the reforms decided at the 10th ICG IOTWMS, the implementation of tsunami risk, awareness and preparedness is tasked to Working Group 1 (WG-1). Particular focus has also been given to measuring the capacity assessment of IOTWMS and to develop guidelines and socializing the pilot operation of Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) in order to help ensuring appropriate community response. The latter is tasked through a newly established Task Team on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness (TT-CTAP). Within the intersessional period, back-to-back with the Integrated Meeting, WG-1 has conducted two intersessional coordination meetings, namely: 9 September 2017 in Jakarta as part of the 1st Integrated Meeting which was attended by 9 members of the Working Group and 27 observers; and 6 July 2018 in Hyderabad as part of the 2nd Integrated Meeting where 6 members participated, in addition to 13 observers and 3 invited experts. TT-CATP took initiative to design a comprehensive questionnaire covering all 3 (three) pillars of the IOTWMS. Facilitated by Secretariat, 21 responses have been received and analyzed. Reviewing the result of post IOWave18, TT-CATP is assigned to update IOWave manual to include a section addressing Local Disaster Management Organisations through community level. Publication of relevant works in a Scopus Indexed International Journal has been proposed to accommodate the adoption of scientifically cross-disciplinary approach on leveraging tsunami risk, awareness and preparedness. 4 DETECTION, WARNING AND DISSEMINATION A Tsunami Warning System must alert all persons on every vulnerable coast of imminent danger, covered by the system. The response of such a system must be rapid (as soon as possible), accurate (minimize false warning), reliable (continuous operation) and effective (to save lives). Working Group 2 (WG-2) which carries out the mission related to this second pillar have made many efforts on ensuring interoperable systemofsystem in providing tsunami threat information for member states and it run well. Tasks include monitoring of key observational networks, warning and communication system, identifying areas of priority following assessments, communications tests, exercises and real tsunami events. In addition, it strengthens capacity and capability of Member States in relation to tsunami detection, warning and dissemination and providing advice to IOTIC on educational material about related matters. In this period of intercession, four times the IOTWMS Communication Test has been conducted, to re-assure that inter-connection and inter-operable system-of-system among Member States are in the state of standby and running well. Those were conducted in: 14 June 2017, 13 December 2017, 13 June 2018 and 12 December 2018, respectively. Participating members were increasing. The email delivery rate has continued to be the highest of the four mediums, with values usually around 85 to 90% out-performing the GTS, SMS and Fax (lowest means of delivery). To evaluate and improve the effectiveness of the IOTWMS through its operational Tsunami Service Providers, National Tsunami Warning Centers and National Disaster Management Organizations, in responding to a potentially destructive tsunami, IOWave18 tsunami was exercised in 4 and 5 September 2018, adopting 2 (two) scenarios for Makran and Sunda Strait. In total, 24 IOTWMS Member States participated. Eleven out of them conducted community level evacuation involving 116,000 people. The number of participating people is twice as high as the previous one (IOWave16). The delivery rates for TSP notification messages were very high close to, or above, the highest rates achieved in recent Communication Tests and previous IOWave16 exercises. It has also been noted that public evacuation messages were issued in a timely manner. As far as the potential of ocean hazard is concerned, WMO introduced global alert protocol in the form of Common Alert Protocol (CAP). In this regard, the pillar of detection, warning and dissemination accommodated the concept by encouraging members to review it and set up an expert group to draft a policy document to utilise CAP to tsunami warning messages. Further, possibility to apply Greens Law related to islands, bays and coastline with coral reefs has also been commenced. Discussions were also initiated to facilitate the exchange of warning centre operators amongst the TSPs to enhance their skills. A reliable tsunami warning system requires information arising from three instrumentation networks, namely, an improved seismographic network, a real-time coastal sea-level observation network covering the Indian Ocean basin, and the deployment of deep-sea pressure sensors capable of detecting the tsunami as it travels over the deep ocean. Strengthening warning, detection and dissemination services, the group also started to draft a policy platform to exchange seismic data amongst the members. 5 SUB-REGIONAL WORKING GROUP FOR THE NORTH WEST INDIAN OCEAN The Makran Subduction Zone is not well understood, though it poses a major tsunami risk in the western Indian Ocean. The great earthquake and associated tsunami of 1945 and the recent 2013 inland earthquake which was powerful enough to generate a minor tsunami and raise a small island are most relevant to mention on this occasion. The proposed sources of these tsunamis include tectonic deformation, submarine slides, and mud volcanoes. However, even 70 years after the 1945 tsunami that caused hundreds of confirmed fatalities, whether the Makran zone is able to produce such large tsunamis in the future, and if so, will it be due to submarine landslide, tectonic deformation or any other factors, are still open questions. However, if even the worst case is considered, the tsunami waves generated at the Makran source would reach adjoining shores within a short period of time, with heights of few meters. Such fast-arriving waves add to the challenges of tsunami warning system and awareness programmes. The establishment of Sub-Regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean was agreed at the 10th Session of ICG/IOTWMS in Muscat in March 2015. The founding Member States India, Iran, Oman, Pakistan and Yemen were encouraged to work together in planning for the establishment of the proposed system to monitor Makran subduction zone. This was a landmark development moving away from the traditional Working Groups on specific technical and operational subjects. This Working Group has met thrice, in Muscat (Oct 2015), Tehran (February 2017), Hyderabad (Jul 2018) and have presented an import profile of activities. There is urgent need for scientific tsunami hazard assessment of the MSZ based on existing knowledge as well as relevant projects being implemented in the region by international scientific groups. This information will enable Member States to assess their tsunami risk, strengthen warning systems including inter-agency SOPs, warning chains, develop evacuation plans, build emergency response capacity and raise community awareness, preparedness and resilience. The ICG/IOTWMS sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean, with India, Iran, Oman, Pakistan and Yemen as Members, is engaged in pursuing these important activities. As a follow up to actions arising from its Working Group meetings, the ICG/IOTWMS Steering Group recommended organising an Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone on 08 March 2019 back-to-back with ICG-XII. Three important issues relating to the Makran Subduction Zone are: End-to-end requirements of effective tsunami warning and mitigation that includes optimal observing systems, training, public education and exercising. Sustainability as a founding objective of a warning and mitigation system. High impact tsunamis are rare but devastating on communities and efforts to maintain warning and mitigation measures must continue for decades. It must be appreciated that a warning system which covers multiple hazards may be easier to sustain. Efficient integration of a sub-regional system into the rest of IOTWMS, demanding continued collaboration. Accordingly, at the request of WG-NWIO, WG 2 has planned to establish a scientific study group to examine the seismicity and tsunamigenic potential of the Makran Trench region in the NW Indian Ocean. This will be contributed by convening of the Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone. The proposal has been recommended by the Steering Group to be put to the ICG meeting for the establishment of a Task Team to carry out a formal study on this topic in the next intersessional period. Fortunately, this proposal will be partly funded by UN-ESCAP. 6 INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI INFORMATION CENTER (IOTIC) The IOTIC is an IOC-UNESCO entity that operates under the overall authority of the Executive Secretary of IOC-UNESCO, with day-to-day management run by the IOC-UNESCO National Programme Officer stationed at UNESCO Office Jakarta in close coordination with the ICG/IOTWS Secretariat. IOTIC is the outcome of formalization of the formerly project unit so-called Jakarta Tsunami Information Center (JTIC) established in 2005 under the coordination of IOC-UNESCO Jakarta Office. The formalization of JTIC to IOTIC was endorsed at the 10th session of ICG-IOTWMS. Presently, the IOTIC is housed in UNESCO Office Jakarta under the coordination of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Tsunami Information Unit (DRRTIU). Under the partnership agreement between IOC/UNESCO and the Government of Indonesia through BMKG, signed on 27 June 2017 in IOC-UNESCO HQ Office in Paris, BMKG pledge to support IOC-UNESCO for sustainability of IOTIC for 5 years (20172021), including: Setting up of office space and utilities; Dedicated staff support of 3 persons; Program budget to implement activities among others Indian Ocean Regional Workshops (IORW); Indian Ocean Capacity Building (IOCAP); Studies and Research on Indian Ocean Tsunamis (IOSEARCH); Documenting and Communicating IOWave Exercises and WTAD activities; Tsunami Education, Awareness and Preparedness Materials (IOTEAM). Under this cooperation, IOTIC/BMKG has actively facilitated 2 (two) integrated meetings, actively engaged on providing training particularly introducing Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready through which training on Tsunami Evacuation Map Planning and Procedure (TEMPP) were devised in Jakarta and Hyderabad. IOTIC/BMKG has also took initiative to document and interview tsunami survivors in Ambon and Sumbawa, the result of which have been published and translated into several languages. Post Palu and Sunda Strait tsunamis, IOTIC/BMKG facilitated foreign researchers to survey the location by helping them through the bureaucratic approval processes. 7 TSUNAMI IN PALU AND ANAK KRAKATAU The 7.5 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami hit Palu and Donggala in Central Sulawesi Indonesia on Friday, 28 September 2018, and killed at least 2,100 people. Not more than 3 months after that, Mount Anak Krakatau erupted in 22 December 2018, caused its flank collapsed and induced tsunami that costed 430 of lives. The incident in Palu showed, even though the source of the earthquake was on land, but the high magnitude of shake had triggered liquefaction due to fault structure of the soil and generated tsunami. The determination of the tsunami was obtained from the tide-gauge installed, but it was too late because electricity was down due to a large earthquake on land. Somewhat different, the incident in the Sunda Strait, the earthquake that occurred was very small and was absolutely not felt by people surrounding and near the coast. The flank collapse caused by the eruption of Mount Anak Krakatau had in fact been predicted by Giacheti et al (2012), but it might be too long to make it as part of the early warning mechanism for the community, and thus forgotten. The complexity to predict whether or not the high wave was tsunami type was caused by the fact the event took place during full-moon's high tides. There was a debate at the earlier stage whether the high wave was a mere high tide type. Again, the certainty of the tsunami was shortly obtained from the installed tide-gauges. But that was when the tsunami had already swept out the area near the coast. The tsunami patterns in Lombok (22 June 2018), in Palu (28 September 2018) as well as in Sunda Strait (22 December 2018) were different in type. In Lombok, an earthquake whose epicenter was in land caused a tsunami with a height of about 0.1 meters. In Palu, the pattern of tsunami arrivals was quick and short, although the high intensity of earthquake was centered in land. However, in the Sunda Strait, the arrival of the tsunami wave was in succession within rather relatively long period of time following the eruptions and thus the avalanches. Although this event is rarely happened in the world but surely contributing in the coming future to the establishment, operation and procedure within IOTWMS which previously focus more on tectonic type of tsunamis. 8 MEDIUM TERM STRATEGY 20192024 The devastating Indian Ocean Tsunami of 26 December 2004 demonstrated the tsunami risk to countries bordering the Indian Ocean. More than 230,000 people around the Indian Ocean lost their lives and more than one million people were left homeless following the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. A new awareness of local and regional threats following the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami demanded that Member States commit to address these threats through improved and expanded NTWC and Disaster Management Organization (DMO) capacities and through formal regional collaboration. Accordingly, and with support of the United Nations, an Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS) was established in 2005 under UNESCOs Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC). The result has been the development of an interoperable network of national and regional tsunami monitoring, warning and advisory systems. This has been supported by development and exchange of guidelines and best practices in tsunami risk assessment and reduction, including greater community awareness and preparedness. A major outcome from the ICG/IOTWMS has been the development of a Regional Tsunami Service for the entire Indian Ocean that became operational on 12th October 2011 with the Tsunami Service Providers (TSPs) established by Australia, India and Indonesia assuming responsibility for the provision of tsunami advisory services for the Indian Ocean region in parallel with the IAS. Starting from 31st March 2013, the IOTWMS TSPs assumed full independent responsibility of the IOTWMS service providing detailed tsunami threat information for the NTWCs to make their decisions. This Medium-Term Strategy 20192024 provides the framework for Member States to take responsibility and ownership for their National systems. It will enable Member States to engage in the international coordination and collaboration process through the ICG/IOTWMS to support an integrated system-of-systems providing tsunami threat information for all Indian Ocean nations. The Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (IOTWMS) Medium Term Strategy describes the basic directions towards continuously improving the IOTWMS to meet stakeholder requirements during the period 20192024. It focuses on describing strategic objectives to ensure an effective and efficient tsunami warning and mitigation system that is interoperable with the other ocean basins and seas. 9 OTHERS ISSUES A PROBABILISTIC TSUNAMI HAZARD ASSESSMENT To better deal with uncertainties such as tsunami that rarely occurred, difficult to quantify the hazard, and shows unique characteristics depending on topography, bathymetry as well as splay-faults, discussion on possible application using recent development of probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment has been sought. The Steering Group Meeting broadly endorsed on hosting a workshop on using the PTHA18 results of GeoScience Australia to support scenario design for tsunami hazard assessment with a focus on the Indian Ocean. B UNESCAP PROJECT Welcoming the presentation UN-ESCAP Representative on Trust Fund for Tsunami, Disaster and Climate preparedness that recently expanded to include other hazards as well as the South West Pacific region, IOTWMS endorsed the submission of project proposal to UNESCAP. Accordingly, IOTWMS Secretariat and IOTIC has prepared a project proposal in consultation with the NWIO WG officers, phase-1 of which has currently been approved for implementation. The outcomes of this project will play a very important role in strengthening the end-to-end tsunami warning system in the Makran region. IMPORTANT DIRECTIONS FOR THE NEXT INTER-SESSIONAL PERIOD AND BEYOND The 13th meeting of the Steering Group held in Jakarta, Indonesia. The meeting was held during 1921 November 2018. Followings activities were discussed, among others: reviewed the activities, future plans of all the Working Groups and Task Teams, the recent Palu event. The Steering Group made some important recommendations for consideration by the ICG-XII, as follows: Consider appointing an additional Vice-Chair to the WG-1 with specific expertise on Hazard Assessments, in addition to the Vice-Chair with expertise on Tsunami Awareness and Preparedness; Consider updating the Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Assessment (PTHA) for Indian Ocean based on recent work by Geoscience Australia; Consider approving a 1-day Special technical session on the Palu earthquake and tsunami back to back with the Centennial Conference of the Institute Technology Bandung (ITB) scheduled during 4-7 November 2019 in Bali, Indonesia; Reiterate the importance of real-time exchange of seismic and sea-level data, especially in the backdrop of Palu Tsunami and the threat of such near-field tsunamis in countries bordering the Makran Subduction Zone; Continue to include an additional one-day session on TWC and Seismic Network Operations as part of all future SOP trainings; Consider mechanisms to strengthen cooperation between UNESCAP, PTC, APDIM and IOTWMS, especially in the context of integrating tsunami warning systems into a multi-hazard framework; Consider approving International Recognition of Communities that meet the Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) indicators, considering the requests by several Member States; Consider organizing an IOWave exercise in 2020 taking on-board suggestions from the post-IOWave18 lessons learnt workshop, including an increased focus on participation of LDMO down to community level and implementation of IOTR; Consider establishing a mechanism for participation of international observers in countries conducting community evacuations and IOTR piloting during future IOWave exercises; Encourage Member States to implement TEMPP trainings at the national/local level leveraging the experience of the past TEMPP Trainings, as well as taking advantage of the offer from IOTIC-BMKG Programme to support experts. Request TNCs to consider nominating new participants to the Trainings and Workshops to ensure that more country experts are trained and available to handle tsunami warning operations within their country; Consider setting up three inter-sessional Task Teams for the period 20192021 to focus on (i) Tsunami Preparedness for a near-field tsunami hazard, (ii) Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone and (iii) IOWave20. It is requested that the ICG/IOTWMS-XII review these recommendations, among others, and provide suitable direction to the ICG/IOTWMS, as appropriate. ANNEX V REPORT OF THE ICG/IOTWMS SECRETARIAT DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala Head, ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning & Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS) Kish, Islamic Republic of Iran 912 March 2019 INTRODUCTION This report provides a summary of the activities of the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat for the period 21 April 2017 to 08 March 2019. TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR ICG/IOTWMS AND ITS SECRETARIAT The Terms of Reference for the ICG/IOTWMS, endorsed by the IOC Assembly under Resolution XXIII-12, are as follows: To coordinate the activities of the IOTWMS; To organize and facilitate as appropriate the exchange of seismic, sea level and other data at or near real-time and information required for the interoperability of the IOTWMS; To promote the sharing of experience and expertise related to tsunami warning and mitigation for the Indian Ocean basin; To promote tsunami research; To promote the establishment and further development of national tsunami warning and mitigation capacities in accordance with standard protocols and methods; To develop, adopt and monitor implementation of work plans of the IOTWMS, and to identify required resources; To promote implementation of relevant capacity-building; To liaise and coordinate with other tsunami warning systems; To liaise with other relevant organizations, programmes and projects; To promote the implementation of the IOTWMS within a multi-hazard framework; To keep under constant scrutiny the status of the system and how it satisfies the needs. The Terms of Reference for the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat are as follows. The Secretariat shall: Support meetings of the ICG; Facilitate the liaison among the various national contact points and national tsunami warning centres; Maintain a current list of operational national contact points and facilities and make it available on request to all member states; Organize the liaison between ICG/IOTWMS and the ICG/ITSU [now ICG/PTWS], with the PTWC and with other tsunami warning centres to facilitate best practices in tsunami warning; Initiate and support training activities and enhance and enrich tsunami warning in the Indian Ocean. IOTWMS SECRETARIAT STAFF The IOTWMS Secretariat is currently staffed by 2 full time programme specialists. The Head of Secretariat is DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala, who commenced his duties in October 2016. He is assisted by MsNora Gale, who joined the Secretariat in August 2013. DrTummala and MsGale are members of the IOC Tsunami Unit under the management of DrThorkild Aarup, and receive technical and administrative support from IOC headquarters in Paris. OFFICE ACCOMMODATION The Secretariat is hosted by the Bureau of Meteorology in Perth and shares office space with the Perth Programme Office in support of IOC/UNESCO. All office furniture, phones, printing and photocopying facilities are provided by the Bureau. Utilities and internet connections are also provided by the Bureau. ACTIVITIES 5.1 SUPPORT MEETINGS OF THE ICG The activities of the Secretariat in the intersessional period with specific reference to its Terms of Reference are as follows: ActivityDatesDescription11th Session of the ICG/IOTWMS, Putrajaya, Malaysia.1820 April 2017The Session was attended by 30delegates representing 6IOTWMS Member States, 2 UN agencies and other organisations and 13 other observers. The meeting was hosted by the Meteorological Department of Malaysia (MET Malaysia). The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting with the considerable assistance of MET Malaysia.Intersessional meeting of the Task Team on capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness, Jakarta, Indonesia45 September 2017The meeting was attended by 6members of the Task Team, 5invited experts and 4observers. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting along with IOTIC at the offices of BMKG in Jakarta as part of the 1st integrated intersessional meetings.Intersessional meeting of WG1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness, Jakarta, Indonesia9 September 2017The meeting was attended by 9members of the Working Group and 27observers. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting at the offices of BMKG in Jakarta as part of the 1st integrated intersessional meetings.Intersessional meeting of WG2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination, Jakarta, Indonesia15 September 2017The meeting was attended by 11members of the Working Group and 20observers. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting along with IOTIC at the offices of BMKG in Jakarta as part of the 1st integrated intersessional meetings.Intersessional meeting of the Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018, Jakarta, Indonesia16 September 2017The meeting was attended by 7 members of the Task Team and 10 observers. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting along with IOTIC at the offices of BMKG in Jakarta as part of the 1st integrated intersessional meetings.12th meeting of the Steering Group, Jakarta, Indonesia1617 September 2017The meeting was attended by 11members of the Steering Group. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting along with IOTIC at the offices of BMKG in Jakarta as part of the 1st integrated intersessional meetings.Virtual Meetings of the Task Team on IOWave18, Task Team on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami preparedness and TSPs9 November 2017 29 March 2018 22 October 2018 18 January 2018 15 March 2018The Secretariat organised virtual meetings over skype to facilitate the work of Task Teams and the TSPs, and produced the meeting reports.Intersessional meeting of the Task Team on capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness, Hyderabad, India6 July 2018The joint meetings were attended by 6members, 3invited experts and 13observers. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting along with IOTIC at the offices of INCOIS in Hyderabad as part of the 2nd integrated intersessional meetings.Intersessional meeting of WG-1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness, Hyderabad, India6 July 2018Intersessional meeting of the Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018, Hyderabad, India6 July 2018The joint meetings were attended by 4members and 22observers. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting along with IOTIC at the offices of INCOIS in Hyderabad as part of the 2nd integrated intersessional meetings.Intersessional meeting of WG2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination, Hyderabad, India6 July 2018Intersessional Meeting of the subregional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean (WG-NWIO)9 July 2018The meeting was attended by 4members, 3invited experts and 34observers. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting along with IOTIC at the offices of INCOIS in Hyderabad as part of the 2nd integrated intersessional meetings.13th meeting of the Steering Group, Jakarta, Indonesia 1921 November 2018The meeting was attended by 13members of the Steering Group and 5observers. The Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting along with IOTIC at the offices of BMKG in Jakarta.Intergovernmental coordination has been substantially enhanced through the meetings held during the intersessional period. In particular, at the 11th session of the ICG/IOTWMS the ICG decided to continue its focus on enhancing community awareness and preparedness to help ensure more appropriate responses to tsunami warning information. Towards this, a new intersessional Task Team on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness was established to oversee capacity assessment of IOTWMS Member States as well as develop guidelines and pilot the implementation of a Tsunami Ready programme in the Indian Ocean. It decided to continue Working Group1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness; Working Group2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination; and the Sub-Regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean. A Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018 (IOWave18) was also established to plan for and organise the Indian Ocean wide tsunami exercise on 45 September 2018. The Secretariat facilitated intersessional work of these Working Groups and Task Teams by obtaining membership nominations through issue of IOC Circular Letters 2710 and 2674 and constant follow up with the Member States. Further, the Secretariat prepared Fact Sheets with details of Terms of Reference, Membership, Work Plans and Status of Actions to facilitate better functioning of all Working Groups and Task Teams. In order to optimise resources, the ICG/IOTWMS decided to hold integrated meetings including intersessional meetings of the Steering Group, Working Groups and Task Teams as well as Workshops on Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC) training initiatives. Two integrated meetings have since been organised during 0417 September 2017 (BMKG, Jakarta, Indonesia) and 26 June14 July 2018 (INCOIS, Hyderabad, India). Integrated meetings have proven to be highly effective in pursuing intersessional work plans of the ICG ensuring wider engagement of Member States in the Working Group/Task Team activities and trainings/workshops, as well as optimising resources. 5.2 FACILITATE THE LIAISON AMONG THE VARIOUS NATIONAL CONTACT POINTS AND NATIONAL TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES ActivityDatesDescriptionIOWave18 Exercise45 September 2018The Secretariat worked closely with the IOWave18 Task Team to organize and conduct the exercise, including preparation of the exercise manual, evaluation of results and preparation of the exercise report. All 24 active Member States participated with 11 conducting community evacuations involving a record 114,000 people. The exercise was considered to be a great success, albeit with lessons learnt for future exercises.IOTWMS Communications Tests14 June 2017 13 December 2017 13 June 2018 12 December 2018The Secretariat organised the Communications Tests including announcing the tests, preparing and circulating the manuals, following up with the NTWCs to obtain their test results, analysing the results, preparing the test reports and active follow up of the issues arising out of these tests.Capacity Assessment of Tsunami PreparednessNovember 2018The Secretariat assisted the Task Team on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness with design of a comprehensive questionnaire covering all 3 pillars of the IOTWMS. The secretariat issued CL 2742 and followed up closely with Member States for submission of their responses to the survey. Feedback received from 21 Member States is being analysed by the Task Team to generate Country/Regional profiles, prepare the IOTWMS Status Report.  The conduct of regular biannual communications tests is vital to ensure good communications links between the Tsunami Service Providers (TSPs) and the National Tsunami Warning Centres (NTWCs) and to maintain the operational readiness of the IOTWMS. Similarly, regular Indian Ocean-wide exercises contribute to the maintenance of end-to-end operational readiness from warning centre to community level. The survey of Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness will provide an opportunity to benchmark the present status of the system and identify priority areas for future development activities. 5.3 MAINTAIN A CURRENT LIST OF OPERATIONAL NATIONAL CONTACT POINTS AND FACILITIES AND MAKE IT AVAILABLE ON REQUEST TO ALL MEMBER STATES: ActivityDatesDescriptionTWFP/NTWC contact database maintained and TSPs updated at least twice per year prior to IOTWMS Communications Tests and IOWave18 exercise14 June 2017 13 December 2017 13 June 2018 45 September 2018 12 December 2018The Secretariat maintains this primary contact database and makes it available to the TSPs. Any changes in contact details notified by the NTWCs are followed up to ensure that they are official.TNC/TWFP contact database maintained and available to Member States on requestOngoingThe Secretariat maintains this contact database, which is continually changing. Any changes notified by the Member States are followed up to ensure that they are coming through official channels. Coordinated the joining of UAE as a formal Member of the IOTWMS.Seismic and sea level station database updated. Published updates in December 2017Conducted a survey among IOTWMS Member States to update the database of Seismic and Sea level gauges in the Indian Ocean, as a follow-on to the original survey published in October 2014. The latest updates have been published in December 2017.The recent updates to the TWFP and NTWC contact database done in December 2017 and June 2018 were significant, and includes feedback received from 19 (12 through official channels) out of the 24 active IOTWMS Member States in response to the IOC Circular Letter 2658 of February 2017. The most recent update to the contact database in January 2019 involved addition of a new Member State UAE, taking the number of active IOTWMS member States to 25. The development of seismic and sea level instrumental and contact databases has provided the Member States with a clearer understanding of the detection and monitoring networks of the IOTWMS and has helped to identify gaps and areas where network densification is required. ORGANIZE THE LIAISON BETWEEN ICG/IOTWS AND THE ICG/ITSU, WITH THE PTWC AND WITH OTHER TSUNAMI WARNING CENTRES TO FACILITATE BEST PRACTICES IN TSUNAMI WARNING ActivityDatesDescriptionSymposium on Advances in Tsunami Warning to Enhance Community Responses1214 February 2018The Head of Secretariat attended and provided Secretariat support for the symposium.TOWS-WG Inter ICG Task Team on Tsunami Watch Operations. Meeting in Paris, France and ongoing Secretariat support1415 February 2018As Technical Secretary for this Task Team, the Head of Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting, prepared the meeting report and provided ongoing Secretariat support to the Task Team.TOWS-WG Inter ICG Task Team on Tsunami Watch Operations. Meeting in Paris, France and ongoing Secretariat support1920 February 2019 OngoingAs Technical Secretary for this Task Team, the Head of Secretariat organised and facilitated the meeting, prepared the meeting report and provided ongoing Secretariat support to the Task Team.11th meeting of TOWS-WG, Paris, France1617 February 2018 The Head of Secretariat attended and provided Secretariat support at the meeting.12th meeting of TOWS-WG, Paris, France2021 February 2019 OngoingThe Head of Secretariat attended and provided Secretariat support at the meeting.International post-Tsunami Survey Teams in Palu, (ITST-Palu)Following the Sulawesi earthquake and Palu tsunami of 28 September 2018, the secretariat assisted IOTIC and ITIC in facilitating International post-Tsunami Survey Teams in Palu, following the IOC Manuals and Guides 37.Global and regional coordination of tsunami warning systems has assumed greater significance in recent years and the Head of Secretariat has been active in coordinating and facilitating the Task Team on Tsunami Watch Operations and supporting the work of the Working Group on Tsunamis and Other Hazards Related to Sea-Level Warning and Mitigation Systems (TOWS-WG). The Secretariat coordinated with the Chair of Working Group2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination, IOTWMS Tsunami Service Providers and IOC Secretariat towards reinitiating the dissemination of IOTWMS TSP public bulletins over the IOC public list server and GTS. The Head of the Secretariat facilitated the preparation and publication of 2important documents (i) Tsunami watch operations: global service definition document ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000246931.locale=fr" IOC/2016/TS/130 REV.) and (ii) Plans and procedures for tsunami warning and emergency management ( HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000256552.locale=fr" IOC/2017/MG/76 REV). The Head of the Secretariat contributed to the preparation of the IOC proposal on TSP Messages to Maritime Community in close coordination with International Hydrographic Organization Sub-Committee on the World-Wide Navigational Warning Service (WWNWS-SC) The Magnitude 7.5 earthquake in Sulawesi, Indonesia on 28 September 2018 and the resulting tsunami that hit Palu and Donggala caused about 2,100 fatalities. The IOTIC, ITIC and the Secretariat coordinated field visits by seven International post-Tsunami Survey Teams (ITST) comprising 68scientists from 19countries and Indonesia. Data collection included tsunami flow depths and inundation limits, damage to buildings and infrastructure, and eyewitness interviews. In addition, a team of IOTWMS representatives from India, Oman, Thailand and the Secretariat undertook at study visit to Palu. Another tsunami in the Sunda Strait of Indonesia on 23 December 2018 caused due to Anak Krakatau volcano caused about 438fatalities. IOTIC was part of a rapid assessment team that surveyed the tsunami impacted areas. 5.5 INITIATE AND SUPPORT TRAINING ACTIVITIES AND ENHANCE AND ENRICH TSUNAMI WARNING IN THE INDIAN OCEAN: ActivityDatesDescriptionWorkshop on Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR)68 September 2017The Secretariat organised and facilitated the workshop along with IOTIC at the offices of BMKG in Jakarta as part of the 1st integrated intersessional meetings. Arrangements include workshop announcements and follow-up, liaising with participants, trainers and host organisations, arranging travel and accommodation, preparing agendas and workshop materials, and contributing to the workshop as trainers. The workshop was attended by 49participants from 19countries and resulted in finalisation of IOTR guidelines.Pre-IOWave18 Regional Workshop on Standard Operating Procedures for tsunami warning and emergency response, Jakarta, Indonesia1114 September 2017The Secretariat organised and facilitated 2 regional SOP workshops along with IOTIC with support from INCOIS (India) and BMKG (Indonesia). The workshops were attended by NTWC and DMO representatives from 21 IOTWMS Member States.Pre-IOWave18 Regional Workshop on Tsunami Warning Centre Operations and Standard Operating Procedures for tsunami warning and emergency response, Hyderabad, India1014 July 20181st Training on Tsunami Emergency Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP - 1), Citeko, Indonesia1323 November 2017The Secretariat organised and facilitated 3 TEMPP trainings along with IOTIC with support from INCOIS (India) and BMKG (Indonesia). Arrangements include workshop announcements and follow-up, liaising with participants, trainers and host organisations, arranging travel and accommodation, preparing agendas and workshop materials, and contributing to the workshop as trainers. The trainings were attended by NTWC and DMO representatives from 22 IOTWMS Member States.2nd Training on Tsunami Emergency Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP - 2), Hyderabad, India26 June5 July November 20183rd Training on Tsunami Emergency Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP - 3), Citeko, Indonesia22 November1 December 2018Post IOWave18 Regional Workshop on lessons learnt from community participation and evaluation of IOTR indicators in pilot communities during Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 20181517 November 2018This workshop was organised by the Secretariat along with IOTIC and BMKG (Indonesia). Participants from 11 IOTWMS Member States attended this workshop.  The Secretariat compiled country-wise lists of participants in the IOTWMS regional trainings on Standard Operating Procedures, Tsunami Hazard Assessment and Tsunami Modelling organised since 2009. The TNCs of Member States could use this information as ready reference to know the list of in-country experts from within their NTWCs, DMOs, Media, and Research/Academic Institutions trained by the IOTWMS. This information can be accessed at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=367&Itemid=335&lang=en" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=367&Itemid=335&lang=en OTHER ACTIVITIES In addition to the above activities, the Secretariat actively liaised with other UN organizations and agencies to ensure that they are kept aware of the status, development and work plans of the IOTWMS. The Head of Secretariat is a member of the Interagency Task Force of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) Trust Fund for Tsunami, Disaster and Climate Preparedness, which technically reviews and advises the Trust Fund Advisory Council on project proposals submitted for funding. He attends Trust Fund Advisory Council meetings and provides briefings on the IOTWMS. The Head of the Secretariat participated in UNESCAP Expert Consultation meetings on regional cooperation mechanisms for (i) flood early warning in transboundary river basins, 0911 October 2017 and 2526 January 2018, Bangkok, Thailand, and (ii) Information management for cross border disasters in Asia and Pacific, 56 November 2018, Tehran, Iran. There is a strong scope for collaboration between UNESCAP-APDIM and IOTWMS to enhance capacities of Member States threatened by near-source tsunami threat in the Makran Subduction Zone, especially with regard to Tsunami Hazard and Risk Assessments as well as Awareness and Response. In order to secure extra-budgetary funding for IOTWMS, the Secretariat developed a project proposal on Strengthening tsunami early warning in the North West Indian Ocean region through regional cooperation along with IOTIC and IOC/UNESCO and submitted to UNESCAP for possible funding. The Advisory Council found the proposal to be technically very sound and aligning well with UNESCAPs programmatic approach for regional cooperation in the Makran subduction zone. A final decision on the proposal is expected very soon. The Head of the Secretariat participated in the Multi-Hazard Early Warning Conference co-organised by IOC-UNESCO, UNISDR and WMO, back-to-back with the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, at Cancun, Mexico, during 2226 May 2017 and delivered a keynote talk on Regional Cooperation and Partnerships - IOTWMS Perspective. The Head of the Secretariat participated in the 18th meeting of the North Indian Ocean Hydrographic Commission at Goa, India, during 912 April 2018 and delivered a presentation on IOTWMS highlighting the importance of sea level and bathymetric data collected by the Hydrographic Offices for tsunami warning purposes. The Head of the Secretariat participated as an observer in the meeting of the Australian Tsunami Advisory Group (ATAG) held in Melbourne during 911 May 2018. The meeting facilitated fruitful discussions on the possibility of using recent developments in the national tsunami warning system (e.g. Australian Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Assessment) for the wider IOTWMS. Together with colleagues at the IOC Perth Programme Office, activities of the IOTWMS Secretariat and IOC were profiled at several events including (i) IOC Perth Programme Office Review on 29 September 2016, (ii) conference on The Blue Zone organised by the Perth USAsia Centre on 2 October 2017 in Perth and (iii) Briefing to the Minister of Science (Western Australia) at Bureau of Meteorology on 8 November 2017, etc. The Secretariat worked towards enhancing visibility of the IOTWMS programme through publication of several reports ( HYPERLINK \l "Annex_V_1" Annex1), website articles and press releases for major events. During the period under report, the Secretariat published 37reports, 10website articles and managed websites for 12events. SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT OUTCOMES IN THE REPORTING PERIOD Intergovernmental coordination has been substantially enhanced through meetings and activities held during the intersessional period. There has been enhanced participation of Member States (as members and observers) in the Working Groups and Task Teams meetings. Each group had at least 2physical meetings during the intersessional period, in addition to several need-based virtual meetings, that helped progress their respective work plans. IOWave18 has been regarded as highly successful with all 24active Member States participating and 11conducting community evacuations involving 114,000people. There has been substantial progress towards capacity assessment of tsunami preparedness, finalisation of the Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready guidelines, piloting of IOTR in India and Oman, all of which contribute significantly towards enhancing community preparedness and response. Tsunami detection, warning and dissemination has been strengthened with TSPs incorporating several technical enhancements in their procedures and products including re-initiation of regional public bulletin service by India and Indonesia as well as launching of new public website by TSP-Australia. Routine communications tests ensured operational lines of communication between TSPs and the National Tsunami Warning Centres. Further, reasonable progress has been being made in the North West Indian Ocean region for seismic data sharing amongst some countries on a bilateral basis, a move that is expected to eventually strengthen end-to-end tsunami warning in the IOTWMS, and specifically in the Makran region. Updated databases of the IOTWMS broadband seismometer and sea level stations enabled identification of gaps, so that Member States could initiate necessary steps to address them. Capacity Development activities including SOP and TEMPP trainings have seen considerable improvement, with 5trainings conducted in the inter-sessional period. SOP trainings covered 21Member States and TEMPP trainings covered 22Member States providing an opportunity for Member States to document their end-to-end warning chains, improve NTWC-DMO integrated SOPs and develop community evacuation plans based on inundation modelling. These trainings directly benefited Member States by improving in-country procedures for end-to-end tsunami warning, participation in IOWave18 and enhancing community preparedness through the piloting of the Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready programme. Survey on the capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness of the IOTWMS Member States leading to the development of IOTWMS Status Report and preparation of the IOTWMS Medium Term Strategy for 20192024 are other significant inter-sessional activities. Funding Support The 3 Tsunami Service Providers funded by Governments of Australia, India and Indonesia continue to provide regional tsunami service for the IOTWMS. Seismic and sea level stations managed by several IOTWMS Member States and organisations contribute to the regional detection network of the IOTWMS. Core funding for the IOTWMS Secretariat provided by the Government of Australia through the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) continues to be vital for the stability of the Secretariat and the ICG. BoM funding is primarily used to support 2full time programme specialists at the IOTWMS Secretariat who play a pivotal role in coordinating the work of the ICG and facilitate implementation of the work plans. These funds are also used in conjunction with IOC Regular Programme funds for IOTWMS and the IOTIC to support SOP trainings, TEMPP trainings and the Working Group/Task Team/Steering Group Meetings. Activities supported by BMKG, Indonesia as part of their ongoing support for IOTIC such as post-IOWave Workshop, Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready Workshop and TEMPP trainings are also leveraged in planning inter-sessional activities, as integrated meetings, to maximise Member State participation. Further, cost sharing mechanisms with hosting Member States in organising inter-sessional activities has been effective in optimising costs, as was the case with the recent 2nd integrated meetings, wherein India (through INCOIS which is identified as a UNESCO Category 2 Centre) covered the cost of all meeting facilities including accommodation, boarding and local transport for all IOC funded participants. Funding support from BoM and all other partners has provided wide visibility and it is duly acknowledged in all important fora, in publicity material, and during formal reporting to the ICG/IOC Governing bodies. PROBLEMS AND CHALLENGES The IOTWMS has commenced independent operations since 2013, making the Indian Ocean much safer against the threat of tsunamis than it was in 2004. However, due to the nature of the hazard, it is important that the end to end system is maintained in a state of operational readiness, as well as the coastal communities always be prepared and ready to respond. Accordingly, current and future work of the ICG/IOTWMS is focused towards system sustenance and enhancements, strengthening early warning in the Makran region as well as enhancing community awareness and response. The recent Palu and Sunda Strait tsunamis once again highlighted the need to enhance community preparedness for near-field tsunamis, and at the same time strengthen warning systems to be able to warn for tsunamis caused due to non-seismic secondary sources such as landslides and volcanic activities. The Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) programme that could provide a structured framework for enhancing the state of community readiness has attracted recent interest of several Member States in the Indian Ocean and needs to be encouraged. Strengthening end-to-end tsunami warning chains of Member States to handle near-source tsunamis is another priority task. Capacity development of Member States is integral to overall success of the IOTWMS. The IOTWMS continues to meet this requirement by providing training courses, manuals and guidelines, and examples of best practices. Turnover of trained experts from the National Tsunami Warning Centres and the Disaster Management Offices of Member States is a major challenge, that calls for continued capacity development efforts. Another challenge for the future is to design capacity development programmes to meet the needs of individual Member States, while also aligning closely with programmatic directions of the IOTWMS. Results of the capacity assessment survey that is currently underway are expected to provide critical inputs regarding the status of the end-to-end system and guide the design of future capacity development activities. Implementing ICG work plans require stronger engagement by the Member States and committed funding support. The lack of high-level engagement of some Member States, as evident from poor responses to circular letters and participation in ICG meetings is an ongoing concern. This might be due to the fact that tsunamis are infrequent in the Indian Ocean, thereby diminishing the perceived hazard of some Member States with passing time. To ensure long-term sustainability, tsunami warning systems should link to the disaster management community and form part of a multi-hazard warning system including tropical cyclones and storm surges. The IOTWMS needs to address this challenge while designing its future activities. Balancing high travel costs and limited budgets also continues to be a major challenge for IOTWMS. IOTWMS strives to be cost efficient by organising virtual meetings, teaming up with partners such as IOTIC and holding back-to-back events as integrated meetings, with hosting Member States sharing costs where possible. This has enabled the implementation of maximum numbers of activities within a relatively small budget. The integrated meetings have also provided a platform for wider engagement of the Member States by enabling training participants to part-take and contribute in the back-to-back Working Group/Task Team meetings. A future challenge will be for the Secretariat to continue developing project proposals jointly with the IOTIC to secure further extra-budgetary funding to develop and sustain the IOTWMS, and its capacity building programme. Further, collaboration with UNESCO field offices and Category 2 Centres (Iran and India) in the Indian Ocean should be explored to support capacity development needs of the IOTWMS. APPENDIX LIST OF DOCUMENTS AND REPORTS PUBLISHED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD ICG and Steering GroupMeetings: Report of the ICG/IOTWMS XI, Putrajaya, April 2017:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=19958" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=19958 Definition of Services provided by Tsunami Service Providers of the IOTWMS (Version 3), Putrajaya, April 2017:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=22363" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=22363 Report of the IOTWMS Steering Group -11, Perth, January 2017:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=18724" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=18724 Recommendations and Actions of the IOTWMS Steering Group 13, Jakarta, November 2018 Integrated Inter-Sessional Meetings Report of the 1st Integrated Intersessional Meetings, Jakarta, September 2017:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21429" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21429 Summary of Outcomes of the 1st Integrated Intersessional Meetings , Jakarta, September 2017:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20258" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20258 Guidelines for Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) Programme:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20236" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20236 Report of the 2nd Integrated Intersessional Meetings, Hyderabad, July 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=23075" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=23075 Communications Tests Report of the IOTWMS Communications Test 18 Report of the IOTWMS Communications Test 17:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=23531" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=23531 Report of the IOTWMS Communications Test 16: http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=22375 Report of the IOTWMS Communications Test 15:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20725" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20725 Indian Ocean Wave Exercises Manual for the Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 18: An Indian Ocean-wide Tsunami Warning and Communications Exercise:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21746" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21746 Report of the Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 16: An Indian Ocean-Wide Tsunami Warning and Communication Exercise:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=19795" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=19795 Post Event Assessment Reports 2nd March 2016 Southwest of Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami Event: Post-Event Assessment of the Performance of the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System, IOC of UNESCO 2017. Technical Series 132:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20415" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20415 Working Group on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness (WG-1)  HYPERLINK "WG1 Fact Sheet, Version 6" WG1 Fact Sheet, Version 6(11/01/18):  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21927" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21927 Report of the WG1, Bandung, December 2016:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=18741" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=18741 Working Group on Tsunami detection, Warning and Dissemination (WG-2) WG2 Fact Sheet, Version 6:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21928" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21928 Report of the Virtual Meeting of the TSPs, January 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21939" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21939 Report of the Virtual Meeting of the TSPs, March 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21940" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21940 Sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean (WG-NWIO) WG-NWIO Fact Sheet, Version 6:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21923" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21923 Report of the 2nd Meeting of the WG-NWIO, February 2017, Tehran:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=18721" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=18721 Task Team on capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness (TT-CATP) HYPERLINK "../AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/INetCache/Content.Outlook/AppData/Local/Microsoft/tumma/Desktop/TT-CATP Fact Sheet, Version 5"TT-CATP Fact Sheet, Version 6(10/01/18):  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21926" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21926 Report of the Virtual Meeting of the TT-CATP, March 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21941" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21941 Task Team Indian Ocean Wave Exercise 2018 (TT-IOWave18) Report of the post-IOWave18 regional workshop on lessons learnt from community participation and evaluation on IOTR indicator in pilot communities during Exercise IOWave18 HYPERLINK "../AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/INetCache/Content.Outlook/AppData/Local/Microsoft/tumma/Desktop/IOWave18 Task Team Fact Sheet"IOWave18 Task Team Fact Sheet:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=19977" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=19977 Report of the Virtual Meeting of the Task Team on IOWave18:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20995" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20995 Broadband Seismometer and Sea Level Databases IOTWMS Broadband Seismometer Database, 2017:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20796" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20796 IOTWMS Sea Level Station Database, 2017:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20833" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=20833 Tsunami National Contact (TNC) and Tsunami Warning Focal Point (TWFP) Databases TNC Database, 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=73&Itemid=279&lang=en" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=73&Itemid=279&lang=en TWFP Database, 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=74&Itemid=278&lang=en" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=74&Itemid=278&lang=en IOTWMS In-country Experts Database Standard Operating Procedures, 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewGroupRecord&groupID=379" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewGroupRecord&groupID=379 Tsunami hazard Assessment and Modelling, 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewGroupRecord&groupID=378" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewGroupRecord&groupID=378 Task Team on Tsunami Watch Operations of the TOWS-WG Report of the TTTWO Meeting, Paris, February 2017:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21827" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21827 Report of the TTTWO Meeting, Paris, February 2018:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21722" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=21722 IOC Manuals Plans and Procedures for Tsunami Warning and Emergency Management. Paris, IOC of UNESCO 2017. 72 pp. IOC Manuals and Guides No.76:  HYPERLINK "https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000256552.locale=fr" https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000256552.locale=fr Tsunami Watch Operations - Global Service Definition Document. Paris, IOC of UNESCO 2016. IOC Technical Series No. 130.  HYPERLINK "http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002469/246931E.pdf" http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002469/246931E.pdf ANNEX VI REPORT OF THE INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI INFORMATION CENTRE (IOTIC) MrArdito M Kodijat Head, IOTIC Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning & Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS) Kish Island, Islamic Republic of Iran 912 March 2019 Introduction The Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC) was endorsed by the Indian Ocean member states at the 10th session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWS-X) held in Muscat, Oman, 2426 March 2015. The development of IOTIC was based on the Jakarta Tsunami Information Centre (JTIC), a project of IOC/UNESCO, supported by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) in 2005, hosted at UNESCO Office Jakarta. The role of JTIC was to provide support in building awareness and preparedness in Indonesia, which it continued to do so, not only for Indonesia, but also for other Indian Ocean countries until 2015. The IOTIC is an IOC-UNESCO entity that operates under the overall authority of the Executive Secretary of IOC-UNESCO, with day-to-day management run by the IOC-UNESCO National Programme Officer stationed at UNESCO Office Jakarta in close coordination with the ICG/IOTWS Secretariat. The goal of IOTIC is to provide support for the countries of the Indian Ocean region in disaster risk reduction, focusing on tsunamis, through the preparation and dissemination of awareness and preparedness materials and the development of educational programmes, with specific objectives covering: Provide support for countries in tsunami disaster risk reduction; Help strengthen national and community preparedness against tsunami disasters; Provide key sources of tsunami disaster risk reduction information in the Indian Ocean region. The term of reference of IOTIC covers: Maintain close familiarity with the operations and needs of the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System and work closely with the TSPs, NTWCs and NDMOs to assist as needed, with the socialization and promotion of tsunami warning information. Support the ICG/IOTWS Working Groups to conduct training programmes, workshops, and seminars as needed, in consultation with the ICG/IOTWS Secretariat. Manage post-event performance surveys and the compilation of reports in close collaboration with the ICG/IOTWS Secretariat under the overall direction of the ICG/IOTWS Steering Group. Develop educational, preparedness, and other awareness materials for Indian Ocean member states and serve as an information resource for educational, preparedness, and other awareness materials required for an effective tsunami warning and mitigation system. Develop, manage and maintain the IOTIC Website as a platform for sharing information on the IOTWS, tsunami education, awareness and preparedness in consultation with the ICG/IOTWS Steering Group and ICG/IOTWS Secretariat. Develop strategic and long-term plans for sustaining the IOTIC in consultation with the ICG/IOTWS Steering Group for endorsement by the ICG/IOTWS. The IOC/UNESCO Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC) website was introduced at the 10-year conference to commemorate the 26 December 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, organized by the Meteorological, Climatological and Geophysical Agency (BMKG) Indonesia and IOC/UNESCO. The IOTIC website continues to be updated. Presently, the IOTIC is housed in UNESCO Office Jakarta under the coordination of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Tsunami Information Unit (DRRTIU). Under the partnership agreement between IOC/UNESCO and the Government of Indonesia through BMKG, IOTIC also establish an IOTIC-BMKG Programme Office at BMKG. Within this 5-year partnership (2017-2021) BMKG supported IOC/UNESCO for the sustainability of IOTIC through: Setting up of office space and utilities Dedicated staff support of 3 persons Program budget to implement activities among others: Indian Ocean Regional Workshops (IORW), Indian Ocean Capacity Building (IOCAP), Studies and Research on Indian Ocean Tsunamis (IOSEARCH), Documenting and Communicating IOWave Exercises and WTAD activities, Tsunami Education, Awareness and Preparedness Materials (IOTEAM). IOTIC Activity Reports 2017January 2019 ESTABLISHMENT OF IOTIC-BMKG PROGRAMME OFFICE The Partnership Agreement between IOC/UNESCO and BMKG on the support for IOTIC 20172021 was signed on 27 June 2017. BMKG set up the IOTIC-BMKG Programme Office immediately after the signing. The IOTIC-BMKG Programme Office is located in BMKG Building A, 1st floor. Staffing, 3staffs have been assigned (MrsApril Puspita, replaced by MsKian Sinki; MrAdmiral Musa; MrsLitanya Octonovrilna). They are supporting in programme implementation; preparation and development of BMKG funded proposals, studies, concept notes, development reports and reviews, and implementation of activities as well as support in administrative duties, office logistics, and secretarial work. Future role will involve updating, maintaining, and managing of the IOTIC Website and other IOTIC social media; developing content, articles and reports for the website and social media; and providing support in graphic design for the IOTIC website and social media. Office space, includes furniture (set of working tables, chairs, cupboards), Computers (Set of Computers, monitors and Printers), Office Supplies (paper, toner, etc.) and Utilities (electricity, water, local and international communication, internet). PROVIDE SUPPORT TO ICG/IOTWMS SECRETARIAT ON ICG/IOTWMS MEETINGS ICG/IOTWMS 1st integrated intersessional meetings in Jakarta, Indonesia, 417 September 2017: Intersessional meeting of the Task Team on capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness (45 September 2017); Intersessional meeting of WG1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness (9 September 2017); Intersessional meeting of WG2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination, (15 September 2017); Intersessional meeting of the Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018 (16 September 2017); 12th meeting of the Steering Group (1617 September 2017). ICG/IOTWMS 2nd integrated intersessional meetings in Hyderabad, India, 26 June14 July 2018: Intersessional meeting of the Task Team on capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness (6 July 2018); Intersessional meeting of WG1 on Tsunami Risk, Community Awareness and Preparedness (6 July 2018); Intersessional meeting of the Task Team on Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018 (6 July 2018); Intersessional meeting of WG2 on Tsunami Detection, Warning and Dissemination (6 July 2018); Intersessional Meeting of the sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean (WG-NWIO) (9 July 2018); 13th Meeting of the Steering Group, Jakarta, Indonesia 1921 November 2018. Implement workshops and training activities to enhance and enrich tsunami warning and mitigation in the Indian Ocean: Indian Ocean Regional Workshop (IORW) implemented under the framework IOTIC BMKG Programme: Organize the Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready Workshop 68 September 2017; Pre-IOWave18 Regional Workshop on Standard Operating Procedures for tsunami warning and emergency response, Jakarta, Indonesia, 1114 September 2017; Pre-IOWave18 Regional Workshop on Tsunami Warning Centre Operations and Standard Operating Procedures for tsunami warning and emergency response, Hyderabad, India, 1014 July 2018; Post IOWave18 Regional Workshop on lessons learnt from community participation and evaluation of IOTR indicators in pilot communities during Exercise Indian Ocean Wave 2018, 1517 November 2018. The Training on Standard Operating Procedures has been organised 2times during the inter-sessional period in close collaboration with the Secretariat. The trainings covered 22 out of 24 Indian Ocean Member States (several of them participating twice), thus enhancing their capacities for enhancing their inter-agency SOPs and participation in IOwave18. Indian Ocean Capacity Building Programme (IOCAP) implemented under the framework IOTIC BMKG Programme: 1st Training on Tsunami Evacuation Maps, Plans, and Procedures (TEMPP) jointly with BMKG and the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat in Citeko, Indonesia on 13-23 November 2017. 22 participants from 6Indian Ocean countries, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Oman, and Seychelles, participated in the training. 2nd Training on Tsunami Emergency Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP - 2), Hyderabad, India 26 June5 July November 2018. 30 Participants 13 Member States (Bangladesh, Comoros, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Madagascar, Myanmar, Iran, Oman, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand). 3rd Training on Tsunami Evacuation Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP - 3), Citeko, Indonesia 22 November1 December 2018. 20Participants 7Member States (Indonesia, Mozambique, Mauritius, Oman, Pakistan, Timor-Leste, Yemen). The Training on Tsunami Emergency Maps, Plans and Procedures has been organised 3times during the inter-sessional period in close collaboration with the Secretariat. The trainings covered 21 out of 24 Indian Ocean Member States, thus enhancing their capacities on development of Tsunami Evacuation Maps, Plans and Procedures and piloting of IOTR. Other activities Supported UNDP Project on Reducing the Loss of Lives of Schoolchildren from Tsunamis in Asia-Pacific through Better Awareness and Preparedness on 1). Tsunami drill in school 3 school drills in Bali and 3 school drills in Banda Aceh: 2) Advocating UNDP Office in Maldives, Bangladesh, and Timor-Leste; 3). Development of Mobile Application on School Tsunami and Earthquake Preparedness Assessment tool (STEP-A), based on School Based Disaster Preparedness methodology developed by LIPI and UNESCO. Studies and Research on Indian Ocean Tsunamis (IOSEARCH). Under the IOSEARCH activities, IOTIC implemented the Preserving Past Tsunamis information for future Preparedness focusing on 12 December 1992 Tsunami Flores. Activities have been conducted: Collect and compile information newspapers, articles, online databases, online journals, as well as booklets; Mapping of the affected areas; 43 eyewitness interviewed and documented; 1st draft of the education, awareness, and preparedness booklet. Documenting and Communicating IOWave Exercises: Supports the ICG/IOTWMS on communicating and documenting IOWave exercises. The IOTIC developed the one stop IOWave information website:  HYPERLINK "http://www.iowave.org" www.iowave.org This website contains information of IOWave09, IOWave11, IOWave14, IOWave16, and IOWave18. IOTIC also supported the development of communication strategy for IOWave18 through an official IOWave18 logo, # (hashtags), and Tweeter communication. This communication strategy has been quite effective been implemented by Oman, India, and Indonesia. Tsunami Education, Awareness and Preparedness Materials (IOTEAM): Following up the development of education, awareness, and preparedness materials under the Malaysian Funds in Trust, the Distance Tsunami in Indian Ocean received interest to be translate do local language by Iran and Thailand. Iran has submitted the translation to Farsi and in lay-out process. Thailand is still in translation process. Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready Piloting: As follow up of the IOTR Workshop in 2017, the TEMPP Training, India and Oman started to pilot the IOTR indicators. India Implemented the Piloting of IOTR in 6 villages, representing 6 districts of Odisha State. India also already established the India National Tsunami Ready Board. Oman implemented the piloting of IOTR in one village, AlSawadi village. Both of these piloting or IOTR was tested during the IOWave18 exercise. International Tsunami Survey Team for Palu Tsunami and Support for Anak Krakatau Tsunami The 7.5 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Palu and Donggala in Central Sulawesi Indonesia on Friday, 28 September 2018, has killed at least 2,100people. UNESCOs Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, in collaboration with Indonesian authorities led by the National Commission of Indonesia for IOC/UNESCO and the Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs, coordinated post-tsunami surveys by International Tsunami Survey Teams (ITST-Palu). IOTIC with the support from ITIC and the ICG/IOTWMS secretariat coordinated Seven International Tsunami Survey Teams consisting of 87scientists from Austria, Canada, Greece, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, USA conducted the survey in Palu. Although the Anak Kratau tsunami was not under the International Tsunami Survey Team scheme, IOTIC continue to provide support to 3international teams to conduct survey in Sunda Strait. IOTIC also actively involved in survey and assessment of the last mile lessons learned of the two events. In cooperation with UNISDR, LIPI, and Kompas, IOTIC conducted the Lessons Learned from Palu Tsunami Assessment on the Last Miles Response. IOTIC Programme and Planned Activity 2019 2020: Indian Ocean Regional Workshop (IORW) ITST Workshop on Tsunami Palu and Anak Krakatoa, report to the GOI and documenting and communicating ITST report, result, and information Indian Ocean Regional Workshop link with World Tsunami Awareness Day (WTAD19), the proposed topic is Strengthening Tsunami Warning Chain to Critical Infrastructure with emphasis on ports and harbours. Indian Ocean Capacity Building (IOCAP) In close coordination with the UNESCO/IOC and the ICG/IOTWMS secretariat, the IOTIC and BMKG will implement in-country capacity building on TEMPP. Support could be considered to countries implementing / piloting IOTR and need TEMPP training or IOTR capacity building at national / local level. IOTIC will also continue to advocate and support in capacity building for the piloting of the UNESCO IOC Tsunami Ready Pilot and to facilitate member states interested in getting the UNESCO IOC Tsunami Ready Recognition. The Indian Ocean Tsunami preparedness studies and research (IO SEARCH) IOTIC and BMKG will continue to conduct studies and research to Preserve past tsunami information for future preparedness. This activity is to preserve information of 17 past tsunami events in Indonesia and the Philippines (tsunami events in the period of 1950-2000). Most of these tsunamis information was not well documented and/or the information are fragmented and scattered. In 2019 the activity will focus on Preserving the 2 June 1994 Banyuwangi Tsunami. Annual Programme Support for the World Tsunami Awareness Day (IO-WTAD) The IOTIC and BMKG will Complete the IOWave portal completing on the result of IOWave18 and continue to develop Social Media plan and communication strategy for future IOWaves and the Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready Communication Strategy. In addition, we will also organize activities and promotional material (posters, leaflets, promotional materials, etc.) to enhance tsunami awareness and the World Tsunami Awareness Day based on the decided theme of the year. The Indian Ocean Tsunami Education and Awareness Materials (IO TEAM) The IOTIC will continue to support Indian Ocean member states through the development of public tsunami education, awareness, and preparedness materials, and the adaptation of the materials to the local context and need. IOTIC will also produce, print and distribute technical, educational and awareness materials on tsunamis, with the main focus on Indian Ocean Member States requests. In 2019 will focus on support to countries interested to translate IOTIC education, awareness and preparedness materials to national local language(s) among others Iran and Thailand. Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre (IOTIC IOC UNESCO) UNESCO Office, Jakarta Tel +62 21 7399 818 Ext 878 Fax +62 21 7279 6489 Email: iotic@unesco.org Web: www.iotsunami.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iotsunami ANNEX VII REPORT OF WORKING GROUP 2 ON TSUNAMI DETECTION, WARNING AND DISSEMINATION MrPeter Coburn Chair, ICG/IOTWMS WG-2 Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning & Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS) Kish Island, Islamic Republic of Iran 9-12 March 2019 INTRODUCTION The intersessional activities and progress of Working Group 2 (WG2) are summarised in this report, with particular focus on: Progress and Activities Since ICG/IOTWMS-XI (section 3) Indian Ocean Tsunami Events in 2017 and 2018 (section 4) Evaluation of TSP performance in 2017 and 2018 (section 5) Future Working Group 2 Activities (section 6) Working Group 2 Membership: MrPeter Coburn, Australia, Chair DrMohammad Mokhtari, Islamic Republic of Iran, Vice-Chair DrMochammad Riyadi, Indonesia, Vice-Chair (retired) MrRahmat Triyono, Indonesia MrBambang Prayitno, Indonesia MrIman Fatcurochman, Indonesia DrAntonius Bambang Wijanarto, Indonesia DrMuhamad Ilyas, Indonesia MrsWeniza, Indonesia MrPatanjali Kumar, TSP India MsAdrienne Moseley, Australia DrMark Leonard, Australia (retired) MrMalik Al-Ghafri, Oman MrAgostinho Cosme Belo, Timor Leste WG2 TERMS OF REFERENCE The Working Group2 Terms of Reference, as updated at the ICG/IOTWMS-XI meeting in April 2017, are given in Annex 1, along with the WG2 Workplan approved by the Steering Group in September 2017. In summary, WG2 has a broad area of responsibility covering the full range of activities in science, systems and procedures for operational tsunami warning, as well as assisting in the planning and conduct of regular tests and exercises, and in the training of NTWC and DMO staff. PROGRESS AND ACTIVITIES SINCE ICG/IOTWMS-XI, APRIL 2017 A timeline of WG2 activities since the ICG/IOTWMS-XI meeting in Malaysia, April 2017 is given in Table 1 below. In summary, WG2 was active in the planning and/or conduct of: One IOWave exercise (IOWave18) and one post-IOWave workshop, Four Communication Tests, Several enhancements/changes to the TSP service, Two NTWC/NDMO SOP Training Workshops, Two WG2 intersessional meetings, Two WG2/TSP online meetings. DateWhere / CentreWG2 Related Activity9 May 2017 17 May 2017TSP India TSP IndonesiaUpdates to TSP Bulletin templates14 June 2017TSPs/NTWCsIOTWMS Comms Test 1511-14 Sep 2017JakartaNTWC/DMO Workshop on SOPs for Tsunami Warning and Emergency Response15 Sep 2017JakartaWG2 Intersessional Meeting22 Sep 2017TSP India TSP IndonesiaCommencement of issuing of TSP Public Bulletins to GTS and IOC Public Email List Server (halted on 8 Nov 2017 pending corrections to procedural and technical issues)October 2017TSP IndonesiaUpdates to Coastal Forecast Zones to include expanded Area of Service9 Dec 2017TSP India Enhancement to NTWC Status Reporting Webpage: more secure selection of country name13 Dec 2017TSPs/NTWCsIOTWMS Comms Test 1618 Jan 2018OnlineWG2/TSPs Online Meeting15 Mar 2018OnlineWG2/TSPs Online Meeting13 Apr 2018TSP India TSP IndonesiaUpdates to Coastal Forecast Zones (dated 14 March 2018)2 May 2018TSP Australia1. Updates to Coastal Forecast Zones (dated 14 March 2018), including expanded Area of Service 2. Updates to TSP Bulletin templates 3. Harmonisation of threat maps with other TSPs' maps 4. Improvements to travel-time predictions23 May 2018TSP AustraliaCommencement of new earthquake detection system: Seiscomp3 (replacing Antelope)13 June 2018TSPs/NTWCsIOTWMS Comms Test 176 July 2018HyderabadWG2 Intersessional Meeting10-14 July 2018HyderabadWorkshop on Tsunami Warning Centre Operations and SOPs for Tsunami Warning and Emergency Response14 August 2018TSP IndiaEnhancement to NTWC Status Reporting Webpage: revised list of country names2 Sep 2018TSP AustraliaCommencement of TSP Australia Public Webpage4-5 Sep 2018TSPs/NTWCsIOWave18 Exercise15-17 Nov 2018JakartaPost-IOWave18 Exercise Regional Workshop12 Dec 2018TSPs/NTWCsIOTWMS Comms Test 18Table 1. Timeline of WG2-related Activities Since ICG/IOTWMS-XI, April 2017 [Meetings and workshops shown in black; exercises and comms tests shown in red; TSP service changes and enhancements shown in blue] In addition, WG2 reported to the two intersessional ICG/IOTWMS Steering Group Meetings held in Jakarta on 1617 September 2017 and 1921 November 2018. 3.1 EXERCISE IOWAVE18, 45 SEPTEMBER 2018 The purpose of IOWave exercises is to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of the IOTWMS, through its operational Tsunami Service Providers, National Tsunami Warning Centres and National Disaster Management Organizations, in responding to a potentially destructive tsunami. In this intersessional period (2017219) WG2 members assisted members of the IOWave18 Task Team in the planning and conduct of Exercise IOWave18, run on 4 and 5 September. This exercise also allowed the testing of the enhanced services implemented by the TSPs in the intersessional period, including the updated Coastal Forecast Zones, improved NTWC status reporting webpage and the new TSP Australia Public Webpage all of which worked well. IOWave18 was a very successful exercise here are the key points reported by the Task Team at the Post-IOWave18 Workshop: All 24 IOTWMS Member States participated in the exercise (as in IOWave16 and IOWave14) 11Member States conducted community-level evacuations, involving over 118,000people Delivery rates for TSP notification messages were very high close to, or above, the highest rates achieved in recent Communication Tests and previous IOWave exercises For Member States carrying out community evacuations, public evacuation messages were issued in a timely manner. 3.2 SIX-MONTHLY COMMUNICATION TESTS 3.2.1 Test Results Four 6-monthly Communication Tests were conducted by WG2 in the intersessional period: Test 15, 14 June 2017. Test 16, 13 December 2017. Test 17, 13 June 2018. Test 18, 12 December 2018. In each test four tsunami notification messages were disseminated by each TSP to the NTWCs via email, fax, GTS and SMS. The full reports of these tests are available on the IOC Tsunami Programs Indian Ocean website at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDoclistRecord&doclistID=152" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDoclistRecord&doclistID=152 The key results of the tests are shown in the figures below. Figure 1 shows the number of Member States participating in all tests; Figure 2 shows the number of tests participated in by each Member State; Figure 3 shows the TSP to NTWC message-delivery success rates; and Figure 4 shows the success rates of NTWC access to TSP websites and NTWC reporting of national warning status.  Figure 1. Number of Member States (out of 24) participating in communication tests The numbers of Member States participating in tests 15 to 18 were 22, 20, 21 and 22 around the long-term average.  Figure 2. Number of tests participated in by each Member State  Figure 3. TSP to NTWC Message Delivery Success Rates in Communication Tests and IOWave Exercises Message delivery success rates for tests 11 to 13 (June 17, December 17, June 18) and for IOWave18 showed improvements in GTS, SMS (text messages) and fax delivery, and continued high rates for email delivery. In the latest Comms Test, December 2018, email recorded its highest-ever delivery rate, but GTS, SMS and fax all dipped. Particular points of note for this intersessional period: The email delivery rate has continued to be the highest of the four mediums, with values usually around 85 to 90%. The GTS delivery rate has shown a steady improvement, reaching up to just over 80% in IOWave18, although dipping in the December 18 test, and continues to be the second-most successful medium. The SMS delivery rate jumped to its highest-ever value of 80% in IOWave18, up from its average of around 60% for the previous tests in the period, before dipping back a little in the December 2018 test. These higher rates could be attributable to improvements in the new method used by the ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat to notify TSPs of addressing changes. Fax continued its generally poor performance in comparison to the other mediums, although improving slightly overall in this period with rates approaching 50% at times.  Figure 4. Rates of NTWC Access to TSP Websites and NTWC Reporting of National Warning Status Points of note: Rates of NTWC access to TSP websites have continued to be very high in the intersessional period, with values mostly around 90%, although dipping a little in the December 2018 test. Rates of NTWC reporting of national warning status have ranged from a low of just under 60% to a high of just under 80%. 3.3 ENHANCEMENTS TO THE TSP SERVICE The following enhancements were made to TSP services in the intersessional period: Updated TSP Bulletin Templates All TSPs implemented the updated Exchange Bulletin and Public Bulletin templates specified in the TSP Service Definition Document version 3 adopted by the ICG/IOTWMS-XI meeting in Malaysia, April 2017. These changes improve the identification of the individual bulletin types, clearly mark changed earthquake magnitudes as REVISED, and contain improved qualitative threat assessment statements in Earthquake Bulletins. The new templates were implemented by TSPs India and Indonesia in May 2017 and by TSP Australia in May 2018. Enhanced NTWC Status Reporting Webpage TSP India updated the NTWC Status Reporting Webpage, which it maintains, on three occasions: In December 2017 a more secure mechanism was implemented for users to select their country name, to reduce the risk of mistaken reports. This change was successfully tested in the December 2017 Communications Test and the September 2018 IOWave18 exercise. In August 2018 the list of country names was revised in conjunction with TSP Australia and the ICG/IOTWMS and IOC Secretariats, particularly in relation to the names of French and United Kingdom Indian Ocean Territories:  In August 2018 the webpage was also enhanced to deliver a status file to TSP Australia (for display on its new TSP Public Webpage) whenever a country updates its national warning status. Updated Coastal Forecast Zones The TSPs implemented new Coastal Forecast Zones (maintained by India) as follows: Expanded Area of Service: TSP Indonesia (October 2017) and TSP Australia (May 2018) implemented updated CFZs matching the expanded IOTWMS Area of Service specified in the TSP Service Definition Document version 2 adopted by the ICG/IOTWMS-X meeting in Oman, March 2015. TSP India had already implemented this update in the previous intersessional period. New Indian Zones and Enhanced Country Names: TSPs India and Indonesia (in April 2018) and TSP Australia (in May 2018) implemented enhanced CFZs with the following changes: 14new zones for India based on new districts and requests from state authorities. Multi-polygon zones removed for consistent plotting. New zone divisions and attribute changes for Australia. Corrected attributes for some Thailand zones. Corrected place name and country attributes for British Indian Ocean Territories, French Southern and Antarctic Lands and Heard Island and McDonald Islands (Australia). New TSP Australia Public Webpage On 2 September 2018 implemented its new TSP Public Webpage at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.bom.gov.au/tsunami/iotwms/" http://www.bom.gov.au/tsunami/iotwms/ The new page was tested in the IOWave18 exercise on 45 September and performed well:  Issuing of TSP Public Bulletins to GTS and IOC Public Email List Server On 22 September 2017 TSPs India and Indonesia commenced the issuing of TSP Public Bulletins to the WMO GTS network and to the IOC Public Email List Server, as specified in the TSP Service Definition Document and as agreed by the IOC Secretariat. However due to procedural and technical issues with the bulletins issued for a subsequent event this service was halted on 8 Nov 2017. WG2 will conduct tests with India and Indonesia in February 2019 to confirm their readiness to resume the service. TSP Australia is also expected to have the capability to issue TSP Public Bulletins by mid-2019. 3.4 WG2 INTERSESSIONAL MEETINGS Two formal WG2 meetings and two TSP/WG2 Online Meetings were conducted in the intersessional period. In those meetings it was decided to create several teams to work on specific issues. Significant progress has been made by the teams in several initiatives, particularly: The development of CAP schemas for TSP notification messages. Social media dissemination of TSP notification messages TSP Indonesia has led the way by trialling WhatsApp delivery of messages, and is developing its own mobile application:  The sharing of seismic data among Member States a draft Seismic Data Sharing Agreement document has been produced. Planning the establishment of a scientific study group to examine the seismicity and tsunamigenic potential of the Makran Trench region in the NW Indian Ocean. This has contributed to the convening of the Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone to be held on the day preceding the ICG/IOTWMS-XII meeting, and to a Steering Group recommendation to be put to the ICG meeting for the establishment of a Task Team to carry out a formal study on this topic in the next intersessional period. Details of the WG2 meetings held in this intersessional period: Working Group 2 Meeting, 15 September 2017, Jakarta. A report of this meeting is included in the IOTWMS First Integrated Meetings Report available at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2076" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2076 Working Group 2 Meeting, 6 July 2018, Hyderabad A report of this meeting is included in the IOTWMS Second Integrated Meetings Report available at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2241" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2241 TSP/WG2 Online Meetings, 18 January 2018 and 15 March 2018 These meetings were convened to discuss particular issues arising, including the issuing of TSP Public Bulletins, specific issues with the Exchange Bulletins issued for certain events, and to help coordinate the TSP preparations for the IOWave18 exercise. The actions arising from these meetings can also be found in the IOTWMS Second Integrated Meetings Report referred to above. In addition to the above meetings, WG2 members contributed to the following two workshops in the intersessional period: NTWC/DMO Workshop on SOPs for Tsunami Warning and Emergency Response, Jakarta, 11-14 September 2017. This workshop was attended by representatives from 16 Member States, and its report is included in the IOTWMS First Integrated Meetings Report available at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2076" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2076 Workshop on Tsunami Warning Centre Operations and SOPs for Tsunami Warning and Emergency Response, Hyderabad, 10-14 July 2018.This workshop was attended by representatives from 12 Member States, and its report is included in the IOTWMS Second Integrated Meetings Report available at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2241" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2241 In both workshops WG2 members: Presented descriptions of the TSP services to all Member State representatives Conducted classroom sessions with NTWC representatives on the fine details of the TSP services and how the TSP products can be used to formulate national warnings Advised participants on the principles of Standard Operating Procedures and assisted with their development of sample procedures Participated in the planning and conduct of a Tabletop Exercise in which all participants tested their sample Standard Operating Procedures In addition, at the Hyderabad workshop WG2 members provided detailed training to NTWC representatives on aspects of seismic monitoring, earthquake detection and tsunami modelling. 3.5 DOCUMENTS MAINTAINED BY WG2 3.5.1 TSP Service Definition Document (SDD) This document defines the services to be provided by IOTWMS TSPs, and is available via the IOTWMS Documents webpage at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=49&Itemid=57&lang=en" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=49&Itemid=57&lang=en The current version is Version 3, adopted by ICG/IOTWMS-XI in April 2017. WG2 will present a revised Version 4 for adoption by ICG/IOTWMS-XII in March 2019. The main Version 4 updates will be: Replacement of Area of Responsibility with Area of Service throughout the document. Addition of 1 months notification for TSP service changes not affecting NTWC operations (e.g. new TSP Australia Public Webpage). Specification of GTS centre identifier in TSP messages sent to GTS (e.g. WEIO24 AMMC). Addition of explanatory note about Public Bulletins not having associated Notification Messages. Addition of a new procedure following the issue of a false or incorrect TSP message. Updated IOTWMS and Global Area of Service Maps as proposed by TOWS-WG (February 2018). Dates in all bulletin headings now upper-case (mistake in template). Correction of error in TSP Public Earthquake Bulletin header (replacement of Indian Ocean with 'Public). Specification of when national warning status is to be reported by NTWCs. New TSP Final Bulletin template for situation when no tsunami was observed. New KPI on false alarms with a target of zero false alarms issued. 3.5.2 IOTWMS User Guide This document is a guide for NTWCs to the use of the IOTWMS TSP services, and is also available at the IOTWMS Documents webpage referred to above. The current version is Version 1.4, adopted by ICG/IOTWS-X in March 2015. WG2 will present a revised Version 2.0 for adoption by ICG/IOTWMS-XII in March 2019. The main version 2.0 updates will be: Replacement of 'IOTWS' with 'IOTWMS' throughout the document. Replacement of 'Area of Coverage' with 'Area of Service' throughout the document. Inclusion of latest IOTWMS Area of Service map. Inclusion of latest TSP bulletin examples. Addition of URL links to the NTWC status reporting page and the TSP Service Definition Document. Addition of list of TSP messages issued to the NTWCs. Inclusion of KPI 14 (missing in error). Addition of new KPI on false alarms. Addition of UNESCO technical series reference to the document. INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI EVENTS IN 2017 AND 2018 There were no events in 2017 or 2018 that generated tsunami waves affecting the Indian Ocean Area of Service. However, there were two major tsunami events in immediately adjacent Indonesian national areas of responsibility, each of which caused very large numbers of casualties: Sulawesi magnitude 7.5 earthquake and tsunami, 28 September 2018 This earthquake occurred 77km north of the provincial capital Palu. The Indonesian NTWC (InaTEWS) issued a warning within 5 minutes of tsunami waves of up to 3m for the Donggala and Palu Bay areas. However, waves much higher than this, up to 11m in Palu, arrived unexpectedly early - within 23 minutes of the earthquake. Over 2,000 people were killed by the combined effects of the tsunami and earthquake. Early scientific discussion since the event about the earlier and larger wave arrivals than expected has focused on two options: A possible previously-unknown continuation of the earthquake fault line under Palu Bay which caused sea-floor displacement generating the tsunami, or The earthquake triggering a secondary mechanism such as an undersea landslide in Palu Bay. In addition, initial post-event survey results have indicated a possible lack of awareness among many local people of the need to move away from the coast when a large earthquake is felt. This event highlighted the need for continued work in studying the geomorphology of tsunamigenic locations and the need for continual programs of local community education, particularly in very near-field locations. Sunda Strait Tsunami, 22 December 2018 Over 450 people were killed by a tsunami generated by the partial collapse of the Anak Krakatau volcano located in the Sunda Strait, with waves reported of up to 2m impacting many areas of the nearby coastlines of both Java and Sumatra, and higher waves impacting some areas. The volcano collapse and consequent tsunami waves were not observed until waves impacted coastlines. This event highlighted the need for consideration of the possible generation of tsunami waves in the Indian Ocean Area of Service from volcanoes. EVALUATION OF TSP PERFORMANCE IN 2017 AND 2018 5.1 KPI DEFINITIONS The Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of the TSP service are given in Table 2 below: KPIDescriptionTarget1Elapsed time from earthquake to issuance of first Earthquake Bulletin10 Minutes2Probability of detection of Indian Ocean earthquakes with Mw>=6.8 (USGS final value)100%3Accuracy of earthquake magnitude0.34Accuracy of earthquake hypocenter depth30 km5Accuracy of earthquake hypocenter location30 km6Elapsed time from earthquake to issuance of first Threat Assessment Bulletin20 minutes7Probability of detection of tsunami above threat threshold100%8Accuracy of the tsunami forecast amplitude/heightFactor of 2Table 2. TSP Key Performance Indicators 5.2 TSP PERFORMANCE 201718 TSP performance against the KPIs for the calendar years 2017 and 2018 is given in Tables3 and 4 below:   Table3. TSP KPIs for Calendar Year 2017   Table 4. TSP KPIs for Calendar Year 2018 Significant points in reference to the TSP performance: KPI 1: First Earthquake Bulletin Time All TSPs were near target for this KPI, with TSPs Indonesia significantly improving its performance from 2017 to 2018, and TSP India performing best overall. TSP Australia's performance deteriorated a little from 2017 to 2018. TSP performance against this KPI since IOTWMS commencement is shown in Figure 5.  Figure 5. TSP KPI 1 Since IOTWMS Commencement KPI 2: Detection of Indian Ocean Earthquakes Mag 6.8 and Above There were no earthquakes meeting this criterion in 2017 or 2018. KPI 3, 4, 5: Accuracy of Earthquake Magnitude, Depth, Location All TSPs met these earthquake KPIs in both years. KPI 6: First Threat Assessment Bulletin Time 2017: All TSPs issued No Threat Bulletins (Australia 4, India 3 and Indonesia 8), with Australia meeting the KPI target, and India and Indonesia near target. 2018: All TSPs were near target for this KPI. Australia issued four Potential Threat Bulletins, two Confirmed Threat Bulletins and two Final Bulletins. India and Indonesia issued one No Threat Bulletin each. KPI 7: Detection of Tsunamis Above Threat Threshold KPI 8: Accuracy of Wave Height Predictions There were no earthquakes generating tsunami waves in the Indian Ocean in 2017 or 2018. 5.3 BULLETINS ISSUED BY TSPS Table5 below summarises the numbers of Service Level 1 (Earthquake) Bulletins and Service Level 2 (Threat) Bulletins issued by all TSPs since the commencement of the IOTWMS service on 12 October 2011. Note that Service Level 2 (Threat) Bulletins include No Threat Bulletins, Potential Threat Bulletins, Confirmed Threat Bulletins and Final Bulletins.  Table 5. Number of Service Level 1 and Service Level 2 Bulletins Issued by TSPs The Target Met (%) figures give the percentage of events in which the KPI target was met. FUTURE WORKING GROUP 2 ACTIVITIES Subject to the agreement of ICG/IOTWMS-XII for Working Group 2 to continue its work, WG2 will review its Work Plan 201719 at its first meeting in the next intersessional period, and request the plan's endorsement by the Steering Group. When reviewing its plan, WG2 will take into account the WG2-related Recommendations and Actions from the Steering Group Meeting held in Jakarta, 1921 November 2018. These are: Reiterate the importance of real-time exchange of seismic and sea-level data, especially in the backdrop of Palu Tsunami and the threat of such near-field tsunamis in countries bordering the Makran Subduction Zone Continue to include an additional one-day session on TWC and Seismic Network Operations as part of all future SOP training Working Group 2 to work towards re-initiation of TSP public bulletins over GTS and IOC public list server after necessary testing, and report to the ICG/IOTWMS-XII. Working Group 2 to update the IOTWMS TSP Service Definition Document and User guide for approval by the ICG/IOTWMS-XII. ANNEX VIII REPORT OF SUBREGIONAL WORKING GROUP FOR THE NORTH WEST INDIAN OCEAN DrJuma Al-Maskari Chair, WG-NWIO Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning & Mitigation System (ICG/IOTWMS) Kish Island, Islamic Republic of Iran 912 March 2019 Outline INTRODUCTION NWIO-WG TERMS OF REFERENCE OFFICIALLY NOMINATED MEMBERS FOR THE PERIOD 2017-2019 PROGRESS AND ACTIVITIES WORK PLAN OF WG-NWIO RECOMMENDATIONS AND ACTIONS OF THE 13TH STEERING GROUP MEETING RELATED TO NWIO REGION OTHER IMPORTANT ACTIVITIES INTRODUCTION The Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean (WG-NWIO) was established at the 10th Session of the ICG/IOTWMS held in Muscat 24-26 March 2015. The Group is composed of Member States: India, Iran, Oman, Pakistan, Yemen, other Member States in the North West Indian Ocean region and invited observers, with a chairperson and vice-chairperson. The current Chair is Dr. Jumal Al-Maskari (Oman) and the Vice-Chair position is vacant after the relocation of Dr. Nasser Hadjizadeh Zaker (Iran) The Working Group held 3 meetings so far: Inaugural meeting in Muscat, Oman 14-15 October 2015. Second meeting in Tehran, Iran 27-28 February 2017. Third meeting in Hyderabad, India 9 July 2018. NWIO-WG TERMS OF REFERENCE To evaluate capabilities and ascertain requirements of countries in the northwest Indian Ocean region for providing end-to-end tsunami warning and mitigation services within a multi-hazard framework and within the framework of the ICG/IOTWS To promote and facilitate tsunami hazard and risk studies and research in the region, To facilitate cooperation in the establishment and upgrading of seismic, sea level and GNSS stations and networks and communication systems in the region, To facilitate improvement of the education programs on tsunami mitigation in the region, To facilitate capacity building and the sharing of tsunami-related data and information in the region. OFFICIALLY NOMINATED MEMBERS FOR THE PERIOD 20172019 DrJuma Al-Maskari, DGMET, Oman (Chair) -  HYPERLINK "mailto:j.almaskari@met.gov.om" j.almaskari@met.gov.om DrNasser Hadjizadeh Zaker, INIOAS, Iran (Vice-Chair) MsVijaya Sunanda Maneela, INCOIS (NTWC) sunanda@incois.gov.in Representative of DMO, India To be notified DrAli Khoshkholgh, INIOAS, Iran (NTWC) - a_khosh@inio.ac.ir,  HYPERLINK "mailto:khosh@ut.ac.ir" khosh@ut.ac.ir DrBehnam Seaidi, Iran (NDMO) -  HYPERLINK "mailto:mah.behnamsaeedi@gmail.com" mah.behnamsaeedi@gmail.com MrTariq Ibrahim, PMD, Pakistan (NTWC) -  HYPERLINK "mailto:t_jaan1@hotmil.com" t_jaan1@hotmil.com Major Muhammad Amjad Iqbal, NDMA, Pakistan (DMO)  HYPERLINK "mailto:ddresponse1@ndma.gov.pk" ddresponse1@ndma.gov.pk MrAlyaqdan Khalfan AL-Siyabi, Oman (DMO) -  HYPERLINK "mailto:alsiyabi.y@hotmail.com" alsiyabi.y@hotmail.com MrJiafar Hamed AL-Busaidi, Oman (NTWC) -  HYPERLINK "mailto:j.albusaidi@met.gov.om" j.albusaidi@met.gov.om MrMohammed Al-Eryani, MWE, Yemen -  HYPERLINK "mailto:m.aleryani@yahoo.com" m.aleryani@yahoo.com MrAhmed Al-Jabal, MWE, Yemen -  HYPERLINK "mailto:ahmedaljabal@yahoo.com" ahmedaljabal@yahoo.com PROGRESS AND ACTIVITIES SINCE 11TH MEETING OF THE ICG/IOTWMS Intersessional Meeting of the Subregional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean, Hyderabad, India, 09 July 2018 Members DrJuma Al-Maskari (Chair) MsSunanda Manneela (India) DrAli Khoshkholgh (Iran) MrAlyaqdhan Al-Siyabi (Oman) Invited Experts MsIngrid Dispert (UNESCAP) DrJrn Lauterjung (GFZ, Germany) DrMohammad Mokhtari (IIEES, Iran, Skype) Observers DrJonathan Bathgate (Australia) MrPeter Coburn (Australia, WG2 Chair) MsAdrienne Moseley (Australia) DrBahar Habibullah (Bangladesh) MrMohammad Atikur Rahman (Bangladesh) DrDhoimiri Anwar (Comoros) MrSaifou-Dine Aliani Toiha (Comoros) MrAjay Kumar Bandela (India) MrPatanjali Kumar Chodavarapu (India) DrP.L.N. Murty (India) MrJ. Padmanabham (India) MrE. Pattabhi Rao (India) DrHarkunti P. Rahayu (Indonesia, WG1 Chair) DrMuhamad Sadly (Indonesia) MrArdhy Abetriawan (Indonesia) MrSaid Kristyawan (Indonesia) MsSepta Anggraini (Indonesia) MrRichard Kenduiwa (Kenya) MrRamarolahy Rina Andrianasolo (Madagascar) MrTsirihasina Ranoeliarivao (Madagascar) MrMyo Nan da Aung (Myanmar) MrTun Win (Myanmar) DrIssa El-Hussain (Oman) LtAhmed Ali Al-Essai (Oman) MrMajid Al-Maqbali (Oman) MrSultan Said AlSaadi (Oman) MrKevin Rae (South Africa) MrChathura Liyanaarachchige (Sri Lanka) MrM.M.P. Mendis (Sri Lanka) MrKhowe Malegeri (Tanzania) MrWilberforce Kikiwasi (Tanzania) MrAmorn Chaiareekiwat (Thailand) MsThitima Rupunt (Thailand) DrAndi Eka Sakya (Indonesia, ICG/IOTWMS Chair) IOC/UNESCO DrSrinivasa Kumar Tummala (IOTWMS Secretariat) MsNora Gale (IOTWMS Secretariat) MrArdito M. Kodijat (IOTIC)  Participants at the Subregional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean Intersessional Meeting, Hyderabad, India; 9 July 2018 It was noted during the meeting that DrNasser Hadjizadeh Zaker (Iran), Vice-Chair, has relocated to another institution creating a vacancy in this position. The WG-NWIO decided to wait until ICG/IOTWMS-XII to be held in Kish, Iran, March 2019 to fill this position. It was also noted that the work plan 20172019 of the WG-NWIO was approved by the Eleventh session of the ICG. During the NWIO-WG 3rd Meeting the Chair reviewed the progress made against recommendations/actions from previous meetings. The full report can be found in the Report of the 2nd Intersessional Meetings. Update on Progress of Activities for the NWIO-WG is below: Recommendations/Actions arising in WG-NWIO Meeting, 2728 February 2017, Tehran, IranStatusUpdatesRecommendation 1: Requests the ICG IOTWMS to task the WG-1 on Tsunami Risk Assessment, Awareness and Preparedness to review the tsunami warning chains of the Member States and recommend improvementsClosedThe ICG/IOTWMS XI, decided to conduct two joint TSP/NTWC/DMO/Media training workshops on Standard Operating Procedures including warning chain in the intersessional period, subject to the availability of funding, with one to be conducted in the NWIO region. This task was taken up by WG-1 and now it will also be part of the ESCAP Project on Strengthening tsunami early warning in the North West Indian Ocean region through regional cooperation.Recommendation 2: Request the ICG IOTWMS to incorporate discussions on tsunami warning chain in the NTWC/DMO SOP workshopsClosedThe Tsunami Warning Chains of all the WG-NWIO Member States were reviewed as part of the regional workshop/trainings on Standard Operating Procedures for Tsunami Warning and Emergency Response conducted during the 1st and 2nd integrated inter-sessional meeting in September 2017 (Jakarta) and July 2018 (Hyderabad).Recommendation 3: Requests the ICG/IOTWMS to encourage all Member States to work on their tsunami warning chain with a view to minimise the number of steps (between the NTWC and Public) in the warning chain, and with clear authorisation of responsibilities amongst the NTWCs, NDMOs, LDMOs and Public.OngoingOman reported to have streamlined its end-to-end warning chain based on discussions at the SOP workshops.Recommendation 4: Requests the ICG/IOTWMS to establish a Task Team comprising of representatives from WG1, WG2, IOTIC and the NWIO-WG to develop the IOTR guidelines and implementation plan for piloting in the regionClosedThe ICG/IOTWMS XI established a new inter-sessional Task Team on Capacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness, which also includes representatives of India and Oman which are WG-NWIO Member States. The TT-CATP had 2 meetings during the 1st and 2nd integrated inter-sessional meeting in September 2017 (Jakarta) and July 2018 (Hyderabad). Representatives of all the WG-NWIO Member States participated in the workshop on Indian Ocean Tsunami Ready (IOTR) held in Jakarta during September 2017 that resulted in finalisation of the IOTR guidelines and a pilot implementation plan. Recommendation 5: Request the ICG/IOTWMS WG-NWIO Member States to consider piloting IOTR in most vulnerable coastal communities to mitigate the threat of tsunamis.OngoingTo enable capacities of Member States to pilot IOTR programme, 2 trainings of Tsunami Emergency Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP) were organised during November 2017 (Jakarta) and June/July 2018 (Hyderabad). Representatives of WG-NWIO Member States (India, Iran and Oman) were trained and have identified vulnerable communities for piloting of IOTR. Representatives of Pakistan and Yemen will be prioritised for participation in the next TEMPP training. India, Iran and Oman all piloted IOTR during IOWave18 exercise. Both Pakistan and Yemen will hopefully participate in the TEMPP training next week (22nd Nov 1st Dec 2018). The Training on Tsunami Evacuation Maps, Plans and Procedures (TEMPP-3) was held at BMKG training centre in Citeko, Indonesia during 22 November 1 December 2018. This is the 3rd in a series of TEMPP trainings organised under the IOTIC-BMKG programme and was attended by 20 participants from 7 countries and trainers from India, Indonesia, and IOC UNESCO. Participants from India, Iran, Oman and Yemen joined TEMP-3 training.Recommendation 6: Requests the ICG/IOTWMS to encourage all the Member States of the WG-NWIO to exchange data from seismic and GNSS stations identified by the NWIO Working Group to enhance network coverage in the region.OngoingReal-time exchange of seismic data for earthquake monitoring has been successfully implemented on a bilateral basis (2 stations each) between Iran and Oman. Good progress has been made for a similar arrangement between Oman and Pakistan. The agreement between the two countries has already been finalized following final approval of the Government of Pakistan. Further, discussions for a similar data sharing between India and Oman have also been initiated. Oman and India held a side meeting during the 2nd Intersessional meeting in Hyderabad to initiate the way forward for a bilateral agreement on exchange of real time data and other issues related to early warning. Moreover, NWIO-WG member states are urged to exchange real-time data with the TSPs for better warnings from distant tsunamis. There is a related action under WG-2 wherein a team comprising representatives of TSPs (India MrPatanjali Kumar, Indonesia MrBambang Setiyo and Australia MsAdrienne Moseley) to consult NTWCs and Network Operators of the WG-NWIO Member States (India, Iran, Pakistan, Oman and Yemen) to explore the possibility of sharing seismic data. A draft real-time seismic data sharing agreement between TSPs and NTWCs of the WG-NWIO was drafted by the sub-team under WG-2 as a starting point for discussions. A draft copy from TSP-Australia was handed to the secretariat to be distributed to member countries to encourage the above.Recommendation 7: Requests the ICG/IOTWMS to task the WG2 on Detection Warning and Dissemination to consider secondary non-seismic effects in tsunami modelling for the Makran subduction Zone and advice on the optimum seismic & GNSS and sea level networks for the Makran region.OngoingOngoing activity under WG-2, in addition to a related activity to study the possibility of tsunami threat for coastlines of Persian Gulf and Red Sea. A Task Team under WG-2 will be looking specifically into this Recommendation. Refer also (Item 6) to the Terms of Reference of the Task Team on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone.Recommendation 8: Requests the ICG/IOTWMS to organise a sub-regional SOP workshop involving NTWCs, NDMOs and LDMOs and a sub-regional Tsunami Drill among the Member States of the WG-NWIO with specific aim to inter compare SOPs, inter-compare results of model simulations and to enhance tsunami warning chain.ClosedFollowing on from the ICG-XI recommendation to organise integrated inter-sessional meetings including trainings/workshops, the sub-regional workshop for the WG-NWIO member States has been merged with the 1st and 2nd integrated inter-sessional meetings organised in September 2017 (Jakarta) and June/July 2018 (Hyderabad). All 5 WG-NWIO member States were involved in these workshops. All the WG-NWIO Member States are being encouraged to participate in IOWave 18 scheduled during 4 5 September 2018. As part of IOWave 18, a M 9.0 earthquake scenario off the coast of Iran is being exercised on 4 September 2018 to provide an opportunity for the WG-NWIO member States to test their SOPs and response for a near-source event. Four countries from the region participated with real evacuation drill in IOWave18 exercise (India, Iran, Pakistan, and Oman). Participants from India, Iran, Oman and Yemen joined TEMP-3 training held in Indonesia during 22 Nov. 1 Dec. 2018Action WG-NWIO-2017.01 Subregional SOP workshop and sub-regional tsunami drill: A team comprising representatives from India (Patanjali Kumar), Iran (Ali Khoshkholgh), Pakistan (Najeeb Ahmed Amir) and Oman (Said Abdullah AlHarthy) will prepare a concept note for the sub-regional SOP workshop and coordinate the activity with support from the Secretariat in the next inter-sessional period.ClosedAs aboveAction: WG-NWIO-2017.02 On-the job training: WG-NWIO to organise on-the-job training for operators of tsunami warning centres and seismic networks in the region with special emphasis on warning centre operations, seismic instruments/data calibration, metadata management, quality control, etc.ClosedThe training on Tsunami Warning Centre Operations and SOPs for tsunami warning and emergency scheduled during 1014 July 2018 at Hyderabad will cover all these topics.Recommendation 9: Requests the ICG/IOTWMS to approve preparation of a project proposal based on the priorities and gaps identified in the NWIO-WG II meeting for submission to UNESCAP.ClosedThe proposal on Strengthening tsunami early warning in the North West Indian Ocean region through regional cooperation was prepared in consultation with the participating Member States and submitted to UNESCAP for funding. The project has been approved by the UNESCAP advisory board of donors, however, due to funding restraints at the moment, it has been on hold until the trust fund has replenished its funds. The proposal involves the Makran Member States of India, Iran, Pakistan and Oman with target groups of NTWCs, DMOs, communities and response agencies. phase-1 is over 18 months with a budget of US $350K and phase-2 is over 12 months with a budget of US $400K. The outcomes of phase-1 are to better understand the risk knowledge via a regional consultative mechanism based on the latest science; an agreed hazard map for the Makran region; and improvements of response at the national level for near-source tsunami events based on workshops and events with high-level officials. The outcomes of phase-2 are to develop hazard and inundation maps for the region and development of evacuation plans in-line with the requirements of near-field tsunamis. Refer also to the Final Report of the 2nd Integrated ITOWMS Meeting held in Hyderabad 26 June4 July 2018 The Chair of the NWIO-WG on behalf of all members would like to thank UNESCAP for approving to the funds for this very important project for the regionAction: WG-NWIO-2017.04 Project Proposal to UNESCAP: IOTWMS Secretariat and IOTIC to prepare a project proposal in consultation with the NWIO WG officers and a team comprising representatives from India (Patanjali Kumar), Iran (Ali Khoshkholgh), Pakistan (Najeeb Ahmed Amir) and Oman (Said Abdullah AlHarthy) for consideration of ICG by March 2017, submitted to UNESCAP by May 2017 and to be considered by the UNESCAP Advisory Council in June 2017.ClosedAs aboveRecommendation 10: Requests the ICG/IOTWMS to call for nomination of two Members (country focal points) each from the WG-NWIO Member States representing the NTWC and DMO for efficient coordination of activities.ClosedSecretariat obtained member State nominations to the WG-NWIO through IOC Circular Letter 2624 Refer to Item 3 above.Action WG-NWIO-2017.03 Stocktaking of capacities of the NWIO WG Member States: To use information acquired through National reports of the NWIO WG member States to ICG XI to take stock of the current status of (i) Risk Assessment & Reduction, (ii) Detection Warning and Dissemination and (iii) Awareness & Response. Secretariat will provide the reports to Mr. Suresh (India) who will coordinate with country focal points from the other NWIO WG member States to compile the results and prepare a report of the current status and gapsOngoingThe national reports of Member States to the ICG-XI have been used by the WG-I and TT-CATP to make a preliminary assessment and presented at the 1st integrated meeting in September 2017 (Jakarta). These reports have also been used by UNESCAP to prepare a synthesis report Tsunami Early Warning Systems in the countries of the North West Indian Ocean Region with focus on India, Iran, Pakistan and Oman. The planned capacity assessment survey scheduled by the TT-CATP will provide a comprehensive status of the end-to-end warning system. Update are required.Recommendation 1: Member States of the WG-NWIO to continue their efforts towards exchange of real-time data from seismic and GNSS stations on a bilateral, multi-lateral basis and also with the IOTWMS TSPsOngoingRequested Steering Group to raise this recommendation to ICG for adaption This item will be raised to the 12th ICG/IOTWMS Meeting. See Item 6 below.Recommendation 2: WG-NWIO Member States are encouraged to conduct community evacuations during the upcoming IOWave18 exercise with a view to test end-to-end SOPs, Warning Chains and IOTR indicators. Closed as it was conducted by 4 member stated during IOWave18. It will be ongoing for upcoming IOWave exercisesRequested Steering Group to raise this recommendation to ICG for adaption. Noting the success of the community Evacuations conducted during IOWave 18. ICG Encourages Member States to continue to conduct community evacuations during upcoming I Waves Exercises. Approved by the Steering Group and raised as a recommendation. Awaiting approval by the 12th ICG/IOTWMS Meeting.Recommendation3: WG-NWIO Member States are encouraged to continue working on their end-to-end Warning Chains based on outcomes of the regional SOP Workshops.OngoingRequested Steering Group to raise this recommendation to ICG for adaption. Approved by the Steering Group and raised as a recommendation. Awaiting approval by the 12th ICG/IOTWMS Meeting. A Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a near-field tsunami hazard will be looking into this once approved by the 12th ICG/IOYWMS Meeting.Recommendation4: Request IOWave18 Task Team to consider facilitation of observers to IOWave exercises and make appropriate recommendation to the ICG-XII. ClosedRequested Steering Group to raise this recommendation to ICG for adaption Approved by the Steering Group and raised as a recommendation. Awaiting approval by the 12th ICG/IOTWMS Meeting.Recommendation7: Consider organising a regional workshop to discuss improvements to end-to-end tsunami warning in the Makran subduction zone, back to back with the next meeting of the WG-NWIO/ICG-XII in Iran during March 2019, and encourages to include Media in the regional work. Requested Steering Group to raise this recommendation to ICG for adaption Several regional workshops are planned as part of the UNESCAP project to assist participating Member States in the Makran region to enhance their SOPs and end-to-end warning chains. Further, Steering group will recommend to the 12th ICG/IOTWMS meeting to set up a new Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a near-field tsunami hazardRecommendation8: Continue capacity development activities focussed on bridging the gaps identified by the survey on capacity assessment of tsunami preparedness being conducted by the Task Team.OngoingRequested Steering Group to raise this recommendation to ICG for adaption Approved by the Steering Group and raised as a recommendation. Awaiting approval by the 12th ICG/IOTWMS Meeting.Action 1: DrAl-Maskari to share the bilateral agreements for seismic data sharing between Oman and Iran/Pakistan with the Secretariat. Closed Copy of the bilateral agreement was sent to Secretariat.Action 2: Secretariat to share with DrAl-Maskari, the draft real-time seismic data sharing agreement between TSPs and WG-NWIO member States that was prepared by the sub-team under WG2.ClosedCopy of the draft real-time seismic data sharing agreement between TSPs and Member States was distributed by the secretariat.Action3: Secretariat to continue follow up with UNESCAP on the status of the project on Strengthening tsunami early warning in the North West Indian Ocean region through regional cooperation and explore possible funding opportunities for an IOWave observer programme. OngoingPhase 1 of the UNESCAP project was approved and awaiting actions The outcomes of phase-1 are to better understand the risk knowledge via a regional consultative mechanism based on the latest science; an agreed hazard map for the Makran region; and improvements of response at the national level for near-source tsunami events based on workshops and events with high-level officials. The secretariat will continue to explore possible funding opportunities for an IOWave observer programme.WORK PLAN OF WG-NWIO Work Plan for 2017-19 with (7) items that was discussed during the 3rd meeting of WG-NWIO in Hyderabad. #Work Plan ItemStatus1Coordinate with WG1 on implementing the improvements recommended by WG1 on the warning chains of the Member States and work with member states to incorporate the recommendations to reduce the warning chains in their SOPs.Ongoing. All 5 MS need to work on reducing the number of steps in their warning chains. A Task Team on Tsunami Preparedness for a near-field tsunami hazard will be looking into this once approved by the 12th ICG/IOTWMS Meeting. It can be embedded in UNESCAP project2Coordinate efforts so that member states can participate in IOWave18 and prepare for implementing real evacuation plans on pilot areas (villages).Ongoing and updated: Add IOWave18 and any upcoming IOWave exercises. It would be of great encouragement if a letter from UNESCO is addressed to the Governments of all member countries in the IOTWMS that participated in real evacuations in IOWave 18 Action will be carried out by the Secretariat as agreed in the 13th Steering Group Meeting3Encourage all Member States of the WG-NWIO to exchange data from seismic and GNSS stations.Ongoing. Progress is being made. Continue until all data is exchanged freely between MS. 4Coordinate efforts to organise a sub-regional SOP workshop involving NTWCs, NDMOs and LDMOs and a sub-regional Tsunami Drill among the Member States of the WG-NWIO with specific aim to inter-compare SOPs, inter-compare results of model simulations and to enhance tsunami warning chain.Completed but should be ongoing. It can be embedded in UNESCAP project5Implement WG-NWIO UNESCAP funded project.Funding approved for phase 16Organize on-the-job training for operators of tsunami warning centres and seismic networks in the region with special emphasis on warning centre operations, seismic instruments/data calibration, metadata management and quality control.This is being incorporated into the upcoming SOP workshop and should be an ongoing activity. DrAl-Maskari proposed that during the next ICG a one-day workshop for the region should be held. 7Use information acquired through National Reports of the WG-NWIO Member States to ICG/IOTWMS-XI to take stock of the current status of (i) Risk Assessment and Reduction, (ii) Detection, Warning and Dissemination, and (iii) Awareness and Response.Completed and should be ongoing as part of the Status Report (to replace National Report). This action should be aligned with WG-1 and CATP-TT actions. Use information acquired by the regular Capacity Assessment Survey to identify gaps. RECOMMENDATIONS AND ACTIONS OF THE 13TH STEERING GROUP MEETING RELATED TO NWIO REGION During the 13th meeting of the ICG/IOTWMS Steering Group held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 19 to 21 November 2018, the Chair of the NWIO-WG requested the Steering Group to raise the following recommendations to the 12th meeting of the ICG. Accordingly, the following recommendations and actions, which are specific to the NWIO will, presented to the ICG Recommendations Reiterate the importance of real-time exchange of seismic and sea-level data, especially in the backdrop of Palu Tsunami and the threat of such near-field tsunamis in countries bordering the Makran Subduction Zone. Consider mechanisms to strengthen cooperation between UNESCAP, PTC, APDIM and IOTWMS, especially in the context of integrating tsunami warning systems into a multi-hazard framework. Consider setting up 3 intersessional Task Teams for the period 201921 to focus on (i) Tsunami Preparedness for a near-field tsunami hazard, (ii) Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone and (iii) IOWave2020, with Terms of Reference and Membership as detailed in Annex1. Actions Secretariat to invite United Arab Emirates (UAE) to join the WG-NWIO as soon as their TNC nomination is officially received by the IOC (Action: Secretariat). Secretariat to check with IOC-UNESCO, the status of publication of manuscripts presented at the 2015 conference in Muscat, Oman. (Action: Secretariat). Organize an Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone on 08 March 2019 back-to-back with ICG/IOTWSM-XII and requests DrMohammad Mokhtari to lead this activity in coordination with the Secretariat. The preliminary list of participants includes TSP representatives (Patanjali Kumar, Ajay Kumar, Karyono, Weniza, Adrienne Moseley, Jonathan Bathgate, Robert Greenwood), Issa El-Hussain, Ahmed Deif Gomaa Abdullah, Adel Mohamed and other noted experts to be identified from UAE, Iran, India, Pakistan, Germany, etc. (Action: Mohammad Mokhtari, Secretariat). OTHER IMPORTANT ACTIVITIES Following recommendation of the Steering Group, the Expert Consultation on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone was organised on 08 March 2019. This Expert Consultation brought together national and international experts working on Seismic and Tsunami Hazard in the MSZ with an intention to formulate a working mechanism for enhancing our collective understanding of the Makran Tsunami Hazard. The Chair of the NWIO-WG would like to thank Working Group 2 Vice-Chair Dr. Mohammad Mokhtari for leading this initiative and also all invited experts for their valuable contributions. The recommendations of the Expert Consultation will be presented to this ICG Session and will inform the work of the proposed new Task Team on Scientific Tsunami Hazard Assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone. IOWave 18 was accompanied by a very good media coverage in the whole of the IOTWMS member counties. In Oman the media coverage was followed very closely by neighbouring countries. UAE showed strong interest on becoming a member of the IOTWMS and was linked to the Secretariat. WMO/ESCAP Panel of Tropical Cyclone (PTC) 45th session was held in Oman with 23rd27th September 2018. Four new countries (Iran, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and UAE) welcomed as new members. ESCAP is very much involved in PTC activities especially in DRR capacity building and training, Synergized SOP, and Impact based forecasting and Risk based warnings. The meeting is encouraged to look at possible ways of strengthening the cooperation between PTC/ESCAP/IOTWMS and come up with recommendations with in a multi-hazard approach. APDIM (Asia Pacific Disaster Information Management Centre) is a centre established in 2015 and based in Iran. Working closely with ESCAP. The Centre is also looks into a multi-hazard cross-border approach including tsunami hazard. The meeting might consider mechanisms to engage in cooperation with APDIM/ESCAP in this regard. ANNEX IX SUMMARY STATEMENT OF EXPERT CONSULTATION ON SCIENTIFIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT OF THE MAKRAN SUBDUCTION ZONE Kish Island, Islamic Republic of Iran 8 March 2019 The Summary Statement is available for download at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=24234" http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewDocumentRecord&docID=24234 The Expert Consultation The Expert Consultation on scientific tsunami hazard assessment of the Makran Subduction Zone was attended by 59experts from 11countries (Australia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Oman, Pakistan, Portugal, Russian Federation, Switzerland, Thailand, USA), 1 UN agency, research institutions, universities, private organisations and 3 IOC/UNESCO secretariat staff. It was organized by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO and hosted by the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science (INIOAS) with support from the UNESCO Jakarta and Tehran offices. It was held on 8 March 2019, back to back with the 12th session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (IOTWMS) held in Kish Island, Islamic Republic of Iran during 912 March 2019. Findings of the Expert Consultation were reported to the ICG/IOTWMS-XII session seeking to formulate a working mechanism for enhancing the collective understanding of the Makran Tsunami Hazard and strengthening the IOTWMS. Background The Makran Subduction Zone (MSZ) is still poorly understood even though it poses a major tsunami risk in the North West Indian Ocean. Several decades after the 1945 tsunami that caused hundreds of confirmed fatalities, there are still open questions about whether the MSZ is able to generate such large tsunamis in the future. There are also questions about tsunami triggering mechanisms in the Makran, with tectonic deformation and submarine landslides being viewed as probable sources. Access to real-time seismic data is very sparse in the region, limiting the capability to effectively monitor seismic events and forewarn of tsunamis. In the worst case, tsunami waves generated by a Makran source would reach adjoining shores within a few tens of minutes with height of several metres, posing enormous challenges to tsunami warning systems, as witnessed from the recent Palu and Sunda Strait tsunamis in Indonesia. Realising the urgent need to strengthen the end-to-end tsunami early warning and mitigation system in the Makran region, a sub-regional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean (WG-NWIO) was established at the 10th session of ICG/IOTWMS (March 2015, Muscat) with India, Iran, Oman, Pakistan and Yemen as founding members. A report on Tsunami Early Warning Systems in countries of the North West Indian Ocean Region prepared by UNESCAP in association with the WG-NWIO further reiterated the immediate need to enhance the collective understanding of the Makran tsunami hazard. This will enable NWIO Member States to assess their tsunami risk, strengthen national warning systems, enhance warning chains, develop evacuation plans, build emergency response capacity and raise community awareness, preparedness and resilience with specific emphasis on a near-field tsunami threat. Objectives The specific objectives of the Expert Consultation were: To report on the current status, gaps and future priorities in the MSZ with reference to: Optimal observing networks for effective tsunami warning in the MSZ, Seismicity of the MSZ and Credible Maximum Earthquake Magnitude, Tsunami Hazard Assessment in the MSZ, Potential impact of Seismic and Secondary non-seismic effects on tsunami generation in MSZ including Red Sea and Persian Gulf. To provide input to the 12th Session of the ICG/IOTWMS (912 March 2019, Kish Island) seeking to formulate a working mechanism for enhancing the collective understanding of the Makran Tsunami Hazard and strengthening the IOTWMS. Format The consultation was organised in four sessions, each including expert presentations followed by a moderated discussion among presenters and invited panellists focusing on the objectives of the Expert Consultation. Member States of the NWIO region (India, Iran, Pakistan and Oman) and other partners were given the opportunity to report on their achievements, outstanding needs, and future developments. This was followed with a concluding session that included a cross-cutting discussion on the perspective from the last-mile. A synthesis of each session is provided in the following sections. Details of the programme, moderators, presenters, panellists and participants are available at  HYPERLINK "http://ioc-tsunami.org/msz_expert_consultation" http://ioc-tsunami.org/msz_expert_consultation. Session 1 Optimal Observing Networks for Effective Tsunami Warning in the Makran Subduction Zone Moderator: MrPeter Coburn, Operations Manager, Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre, Australian Bureau of Meteorology and Chair of ICG/IOTWMS Working Group-2 This session focussed on the current status, gaps and future priorities with regard to national seismic, sea-level and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) monitoring networks in India, Iran, Pakistan and Oman. While several stations are available within national networks, limited data is shared globally or with the IOTWMS Tsunami Service Providers (TSPs). There is a need to determine the optimal observing networks required for effective tsunami warning in the MSZ and to encourage Member States to work towards establishing those networks. Current Status: National monitoring networks including broadband, sea-level and GNSS stations are installed in India, Iran, Oman and Pakistan. Limited data is shared globally or with the IOTWMS Tsunami Service Providers (TSPs). Some data is shared between IOTWMS Member States through bi-lateral agreements. Gaps: Current networks of seismic stations and sea-level stations in the Makran region, and their data sharing with the TSPs, are inadequate for effective tsunami warning. Dense coastal GNSS networks are required for real-time data inversion to determine displacement parameters for tsunami warning. There is a need to determine the optimal [number and location] network of seismic, GNSS and sea-level stations in the MSZ region for effective tsunami warning. Future Priorities: Form a group of experts to define the optimal [number and location] network of seismic, GNSS and sea-level stations in the MSZ region, including co-located monitoring equipment. Enhance networks and exchange seismic, sea-level and GNSS data among MSZ Member States and with IOTWMS TSPs. Utilise GNSS and strong motion accelerometer data inversion for rapid estimates of displacement and earthquake source parameters in real-time. Invite high-level policy makers to future science meetings to convince them of the importance of real-time seismic, sea-level and GNSS data sharing for saving the lives of their citizens. Session 2 Seismicity of the Makran Subduction Zone and Credible Maximum Earthquake Magnitude Moderator: DrJrn Lauterjung, Head of Data, Information and IT Services, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany This session focused on seismicity of the MSZ and credible maximum earthquake magnitude. It included presentations from international experts working in the region on tectonics, active seismic data acquisition and paleo tsunamis. Mechanisms of deformation along the eastern Makran are better understood than in the western Makran. Member States require guidance on a credible maximum earthquake magnitude for tsunami hazard maps and inundation models. Current Status: Low seismicity in Western Makran with increasing activity towards Eastern Makran. Geological evidence is consistent with the seismic record and indicates deformation increasing eastward. Paleo-tsunami research points to the occurrence of a past large earthquake (M9+) in the MSZ region. Gaps: Lack of consensus on maximum earthquake magnitudes and seismic source parameters in the MSZ. The geological structure of western MSZ has not been sufficiently studied. Mechanisms of deformation along the plate interface are not well-constrained (e.g. slow strain release, lateral stress transfer, locked plate interface). More seismic profiling is required off-shore along north-south transects and on-shore in Oman. Future Priorities: Off-shore active seismic profiling is essential for constraining mechanisms of deformation along the MSZ and constraining fault rupture models. Inversion of present-day deformation measured by GNSS to quantify strain accumulation and earthquake potential of the MSZ. Consider the occurrence of more probable, smaller-magnitude events (>M8.0) rather than less probable, large-magnitude event (>M9.0) for hazard and risk assessment in the MSZ. Form a group of experts to define a strategy for estimating the credible maximum earthquake magnitude. Session 3 Tsunami Hazard Assessment in the Makran Subduction Zone Moderator: DrIssa El-Hussain, Director of Earthquake Monitoring Center, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman. This session focussed on recent initiatives in tsunami hazard assessment in the Makran region including Geoscience Australias Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Assessment and the Global Tsunami Model. It is clear that a unified tsunami hazard map is critical for constraining the extent of potential inundation in the region. Such a map would enable more confident tsunami response planning including development of detailed tsunami evacuation maps, plans and procedures. Current Status: There have been several recent advances in Makran tsunami hazard assessments giving a clearer picture of the region. However, there remain many areas of uncertainty including the Iranian coast and Persian Gulf. Tsunamis generated by landslides have occurred multiple times in the Makran historical record (e.g. 1945; 2013). The Global Tsunami Model provides a platform for science-based understanding of tsunami hazard and risk. Gaps: Consensus on the occurrence of large historical earthquakes in the western Makran. Reliable measurements from the 1945 tsunami such as run-up, flow depth, inundation distance and timing of reported telegraphic cable breaks. Understanding of the probability of a mega-event at the southern limit of Zagros along the Iranian shore of the gulf. Geological and sedimentary records along the Makran coast are sparse, especially in Iran. Future Priorities: Produce a probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment for the Makran region. Undertake tsunami risk assessments in coasts bordering the Makran region incorporating available data on vulnerability and exposure. Constrain the run-up and inundation using the 1945 event and produce a database. Reach a consensus on the seismic character of the Western Makran subduction zone. Encourage field studies in the Makran (and Persian Gulf) region including geophysical (e.g. seismic and geodesy) and geological (e.g. paleo-tsunami studies). Session 4 Potential impact of Seismic and Secondary Non-Seismic Effects on Tsunami Generation in Makran Subduction Zone including the Red Sea and Persian Gulf Moderator: ProfEmile Okal, Professor Emeritus, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Northwestern University, U.S.A. This session discussed the possibility of tsunamis in the Makran region from landslides, onshore earthquakes and meteorological events in the backdrop of the recent Indonesian tsunamis in Palu and the Sunda Strait. Atypical mechanisms have repeatedly demonstrated their capability to cause tsunamis. However, such mechanisms are not currently integrated into the tsunami warning systems, which were designed to detect earthquake-generated tsunamis. Advancements in the tsunami monitoring network design are critical for progressing this important issue. Current Status: Tsunami Early Warning is based on real-time earthquake and sea level monitoring, model scenarios, and warning dissemination systems. A number of studies of atypical tsunami sources including submarine landslides, on-shore earthquakes, and meteo-tsunamis have been conducted in the Makran (and Persian Gulf) region. Gaps: Limitation of the current tsunami early warning system (only for tectonic earthquakes) that are not adapted to atypical tsunami sources. Complexity of bathymetry and topography and other data/information (e.g. bedrock topography) in most of the coastal areas. Reviews of past atypical tsunami events from the historical and pre-historical records. Future Priorities: Research and studies to improve the understanding of tsunami hazard in Makran including the possibilities of atypical tsunami sources, such as submarine landslides, onshore tsunami sources and meteo-tsunamis. Studies to determine if tsunamis can impact Red Sea and Persian Gulf coastlines. Strengthen monitoring networks to help better understand and forecast atypical tsunami events and incorporate necessary procedures into operational tsunami early warning systems. Concluding Session Last Mile Perspective Moderator: DrMohammad Mokhtari, Director of National Center for Earthquake Prediction, International Institute of Earthquake Engineering and Seismology, Iran This session summarised the outcomes of the earlier sessions and included a crosscutting discussion on the views and priorities from a last-mile [community] perspective. While immediate efforts need to be made to address priorities identified by the earlier Expert Consultation sessions, discussions in this session focussed on the urgent need to use existing knowledge on the MSZ to guide in-country decision makers on development of science-based inundation maps to support community response. Current Status: Significant gaps have been noted in regard to the understanding of Makran tsunami hazard. These are related to a lack of observing networks, seismicity studies, tsunami hazard assessments, and large uncertainties regarding the tsunami generation from atypical sources. Disaster manager and decisions maker working on the last-mile do not know how to adequately determine the Makran tsunami threat due to differences in expert findings and lack of consensus. Gaps: Expert consensus on credible seismic sources for tsunami propagation models, which underpin inundation and evacuation maps. Challenges in the governance of tsunami warning systems at the national level including inter-institutional roles and responsibilities. All near-field tsunami-prone communities require education on recognising natural tsunami warning signs and responding appropriately. The reaction to atypical tsunami events needs to be incorporated into tsunami early warning systems including community evacuation and emergency plans. Future Priorities: Recommendations, especially for local decision maker, to guide in-country tsunami hazard assessments and inundation mapping based on the current understanding of the MSZ. Review tsunami early warning strategies against the background of the current experiences with near-source tsunami sources in Palu and Sunda Strait [Anak Krakatau], including atypical sources, with special consideration of the downstream process. Speakers and Panellists Zaid Al-Habsi, Juma Al-Maskari, Andrey Babeyko, Jean-Pierre Burg, Peter Coburn, Phil Cummins, Rui Da Silva Fernandes, Issa El-Hussain, Christian Haberland, Ameer Hyder, Jrn Lauterjung, Karyono, Patanjali Kumar Chodavarapu, Razyeh Lak, Panon Latcharote, Reza Mansouri, Ali Moradi, Mostafa Mohaghegh, Emile Okal, C. P. Rajendran, Abdolreza Saadat, Ali Soltanpour, Harald Spahn, Morteza Talebain. Organizing Committee Mohammad Mokhtari, Srinivasa Kumar Tummala, Ardito Kodijat, Nora Gale. Acknowledgements: Behrouz Abtahi, Ali Khoshkholgh, Fahimeh Foroughi. ANNEX X LIST OF DOCUMENTS WORKING DOCUMENTSAgenda ItemCodeTitlePrepared By2.1ICG/IOTWMS-XII/1AgendaSecretariat2.3ICG/IOTWMS-XII/1 Add.TimetableSecretariat2.1ICG/IOTWMS-XII/2 Prov.Annotated AgendaSecretariat2.3ICG/IOTWMS-XII/4List of DocumentsSecretariat2.3ICG/IOTWMS-XII/5List of ParticipantsSecretariat3.1ICG/IOTWMS-XII/6Chair's Report to ICG/IOTWMS-XIIAndi Eka Sakya3.1ICG/IOTWMS-XII/7Report of the 12th Meeting of the ICG/IOTWMS Steering GroupSecretariat3.1ICG/IOTWMS-XII/8Report of the 13th Meeting of the ICG/IOTWMS Steering GroupSecretariat3.2ICG/IOTWMS-XII/9Report of the IOC Secretariat to ICG/IOTWMS-XIISecretariat3.5ICG/IOTWMS-XII/11IOTIC Report to ICG/IOTWMS-XIIArdito Kodijat3.6ICG/IOTWMS-XII/12National Reports from Member States to ICG/IOTWMS-XIIMember States4.1ICG/IOTWMS-XII/39Report of TSP Australia to ICG/IOTWMS-XIITSP - Australia4.2ICG/IOTWMS-XII/40Report of TSP India to ICG/IOTWMS-XIITSP-India6ICG/IOTWMS-XII/43Report of IOWave18 Exercise (Draft)IOWave18 Task Team Yuelong Miao7.2ICG/IOTWMS-XII/45Report of Working Group 2 to ICG/IOTWMS-XIIPeter Coburn7.3ICG/IOTWMS-XII/46Report of Subregional Working Group for the North West Indian Ocean to ICG/IOTWMS-XIIJuma Al-Maskari9.1ICG/IOTWMS-XII/47IOTWMS Status Report (Draft)CATP Task Team Harkunti Rahayu9.2ICG/IOTWMS-XII/48IOTWMS Medium Term Strategy (Draft)Andi Eka Sakya9.3ICG/IOTWMS-XII/49TSP Service Definition DocumentPeter Coburn9.3ICG/IOTWMS-XII/50NTWC User GuidePeter Coburn12ICG/IOTWMS-XII/51Elections Procedures and FormsSecretariatThe documents can be downloaded from:  HYPERLINK "http://www.ioc-tsunami.org/iotwms-12-documents" www.ioc-tsunami.org/iotwms-12-documents ANNEX XI LIST OF PARTICIPANTS ICG/IOTWMS-XI Officers DrAndi Eka SAKYA ICG/IOTWMS-XII Meeting Chair Badan Pengkajian dan Penerapan Teknologi, Agency for the Assessment & Application of Technology JL. MH.Thamrin no 8 Pusat Jakarta 10340 Indonesia Tel: 62-21-316-9509 Email: andi.eka.sakya@gmail.com Heads of Delegation AUSTRALIA MrPeter COBURN Operations Manager, Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne 700 Collins Street, Docklands Melbourne VIC 3001 Australia Email: p.coburn@bom.gov.au INDIA MrPattabhi Rama Rao ELURI Scientist-F & Head, Ocean Observations and Data Management Group (ODG), Tsunami and Storm Surge Early Warning Services Group (TWG) Ocean Observations and Data Management Group (ODG), Tsunami and Storm Surge Early Warning Services Group (TWG) Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services "Ocean Valley", Pragathi Nagar (BO), Nizampet (SO) Hyderabad Telangana 500 090 India Tel: +91-40-23895008 Email: pattabhi@incois.gov.in INDONESIA Prof.Dwikorita KARNAWATI Director General of BMKG Agency for Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics (BMKG) P.O. Box 3540 Jkt. DKI Jakarta 10720 Indonesia Email: dwiko@bmkg.go.id IRAN Prof.Behrouz ABTAHI Director Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science No.3 Etemad Zadeh St. Tehran 014155-4781 Islamic Republic of Iran Email: inioas@inio.ac.ir MALAYSIA MrAlui BIN BAHARI Director General Malaysian Meteorological Department Jalan Sultan Petaling Jaya Selangor 46667 Malaysia Tel: 603-79678002 Email: alui@met.gov.my OMAN DrJuma AL-MASKARI Director General for Meteorology and PR of the Sultanate of Oman with WMO Directorate General of Meteorology & Air Navigation P.O. Box 1 Muscat Oman Tel: 0 968 24354555 Email: j.almaskari@met.gov.om PAKISTAN MrAmeer HYDER Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), National Seismic Monitoring and Tsunami Early Warning Centre, Karachi Pakistan Meteorological Department Karachi Pakistan Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:free2hyder@yahoo.com" free2hyder@yahoo.com THAILAND MrSomneuk SWATTEUK Special Expert on Early Warning System of National Early Warning Center (NDWC) Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation 3/12 U-Thong Nok Rd, Dusit Bangkok 10300 Thailand Email: ss_acdt18@hotmail.com Delegates of ICG/IOTWMS Member States INDIA MrPatanjali Kumar CHODAVARAPU Geophysicist Indian National Tsunami Early Warning Centre, ASG Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services "Ocean Valley", Pragathi Nagar (BO), Nizampet (SO) Hyderabad Telangana 500 090 India Tel: +91-40-23886067 Email: patanjali@incois.gov.in INDONESIA DrKARYONO Agency for Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics (BMKG) P.O. Box 3540 Jkt. DKI Jakarta 10720 Indonesia Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:karyonosu@gmail.com" karyonosu@gmail.com DrHarkunti RAHAYU Institut Teknologi Bandung (Bandung Institute of Technology) Campus Jl. Ganesha no. 10 Bandung West Java 40132 Indonesia Email: harkunti_rahayu@yahoo.com DrMuhamad SADLY Deputy Director General for Geophysics Indonesian Agency for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics (BMKG) Jl. Angkasa 1 No.2 DKI Jakarta 10610 Indonesia Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:muhamad.sadly@bmkg.go.id" muhamad.sadly@bmkg.go.id MrRahmat TRIYONO Head of Earthquake and Tsunami Centre Indonesian Agency for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics (BMKG) Jl. Angkasa 1 No.2 DKI Jakarta 10610 Indonesia Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:rahmat.triyono@gmail.com" rahmat.triyono@gmail.com MrsWENIZA Head of Tsunami Mitigation Sub Division The Agency for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics, Indonesia Head Office Jl. Angkasa 1 No.2 Kemayoran Jakarta Pusat Jakarta 10720 Indonesia Tel: +6281-215556615 Email: weniza@bmkg.go.id IRAN DrMahmood Reza AKBARPOUR JANNAT Academic Staff Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science No.3 Etemad Zadeh St. Tehran 014155-4781 Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: +98 21 66944873-6 Fax: +98 21 66944873-6 Email: akbarpour@inio.ac.ir DrAli KHOSHKHOLGH Assistant Professor Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science No.3 Etemad Zadeh St. Tehran 014155-4781 Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: +98 9126 208 073 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:a_khosh@inio.ac.ir" a_khosh@inio.ac.ir DrMohammad MOKHTARI Director of National Center for Earthquake Prediction Seismotectonics International Institute of Seismology and Earthquake Engineering P.O. Box: 19537-14453 Tehran Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: +98 9122115165 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:mokhtari@iiees.ac.ir" mokhtari@iiees.ac.ir DrAbdolmajid NADERI BENI Chair of Marine Non-living Science Department Marine Geology Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science No.3 Etemad Zadeh St. Tehran 014155-4781 Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: +98 2166 944 873 Email: amnaderi@inio.ac.ir OMAN MrBadar AL-RUMHI Director Forecasting and Observing Practices 111 Muscat Sultanate of Oman Tel: 0096824519610 Fax: 0096824519610 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:b.alrumhi@met.gov.om" b.alrumhi@met.gov.om MrAlyaqdhan AL-SIYABI Emergency Planning Officer National Committee for Civil Defense Muscat Airport Muscat Oman Tel: +968-96208882 Email: alsiyabi.y@hotmail.com Delegates of UN Organisations and Other Institutions Asian Pacific Centre for the Development of Disaster Information Management MrMostafa MOHAGHEGH Senior Coordinator Asian Pacific Centre for the Development of Disaster Information Management United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific No 16, Sepand St, Ostad Nejatollahi Ave. Tehran I.R. Iran (Islamic Republic of) Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:mostafa.mohaghegh@un.org" mostafa.mohaghegh@un.org Other Observers GERMANY DrAndrey BABEYKO GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences Telegrafenburg Potsdam Brandenburg 14473 Germany Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:babeyko@gfz-potsdam.de" babeyko@gfz-potsdam.de DrChristian HABERLAND GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences Telegrafenburg Potsdam Brandenburg 14473 Germany Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:haber@gfz-potsdam.de" haber@gfz-potsdam.de DrDietrich LANGE GEOMAR | Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Duesternbrooker Weg 20 Kiel 24105 Germany Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:dlange@geomar.de" dlange@geomar.de DrJrn LAUTERJUNG Director Scientific Infrastructure GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences Telegrafenburg Potsdam Brandenburg 14473 Germany Tel: +49(0)3312881020 Fax: +49 331 288 1002 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:lau@gfz-potsdam.de" lau@gfz-potsdam.de MrHarald SPAHN Consultant German International Cooperation (GIZ) Dwaspadd 15 26689 Apen Germany Apen 26689 Germany Tel: +49 404 9176 Email: harald.spahn@web.de INDIA Dr C. P. RAJENDRAN Professor Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research India Tel: 91-9632609461 Email: cp.rajendran@yahoo.com IRAN DrBabak BANIJAMALI Darya-Bandar Consulting Engineers 9 Zabety St. Heravi Sq. Tehran 16677 39113 Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:banijamali.babak@gmail.com" banijamali.babak@gmail.com MrMohsen HEYDARI Islamic Republic Of Iran Meteorological Organization P.O. Box 13185-461 Meraj Blvd. Mehrabad Airport Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: +98-9155495914 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:Mhydari1355@gmail.com" Mhydari1355@gmail.com DrRazyeh LAK Dean of Research Institute for Earth Sciences Research Institute for Earth Sciences Geological Survey of Iran and Mineral Exploration of Iran Tehran Province Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: +989121370783 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:lak_ir@yahoo.com" lak_ir@yahoo.com MrBehzad LAYEGHI Director of Oceanic and Atmospheric Science Centre (OASC) Islamic Republic Of Iran Meteorological Organization P.O. Box 13185-461 Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: +98 21 6607 0038 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:layeghi2001@yahoo.com" layeghi2001@yahoo.com DrMasoud MAHMOUDOF Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science No.3 Etemad Zadeh St. Fatemi Ave. Tehran 014155-4781 Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:m_mahmoudof@inio.ac.ir" m_mahmoudof@inio.ac.ir DrMehdi MASOODI Hormozgan University Minab Road Bandar Abbas Hormozgan Province Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:mehdi.masoodi@gmail.com" mehdi.masoodi@gmail.com DrSahar MOKHTARI Ports and Maritime Organizations P.O. Box: 158756377 No.1, Shahidi Street Shahid Haghani Exp'way, Vanak Sq. Tehran 1518663111 Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:s_mokhtari_env@yahoo.com" s_mokhtari_env@yahoo.com MrBabak MORADI Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science No.3 Etemad Zadeh St. Fatemi Ave. Tehran 014155-4781 Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:bmoradi@inio.ac.ir" bmoradi@inio.ac.ir MrsZahra NEJAD FALLAH Research and Scientific Cooperation Office Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science No.3, Etemad Zadeh St., Fatemi Ave. Tehran 014155-4781 Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: 0098 21 66944874 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:nfallah@inio.ac.ir" nfallah@inio.ac.ir MsMandana RAFIZADEH International Institute of Seismology and Earthquake Engineering P.O. Box: 19537-14453 No. 21, Arghavan St. North Dibajee, Farmanieh Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:m.rafizadeh1@gmail.com" m.rafizadeh1@gmail.com MsFarzaneh RAMEZANALI Plan and Budget Organisation of Iran Safi Ali Shah St. Baharestan Sq. Tehran 1149943141 Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:farzaneh5@yahoo.com" farzaneh5@yahoo.com MrSaeed RANJBAR Islamic Republic Of Iran Meteorological Organization P.O. Box 13185-461 Meraj Blvd. Mehrabad Airport Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:saeedranjbar@yahoo.com" saeedranjbar@yahoo.com DrEhsan RASTGOFTAR Ports and Maritime Organizations P.O. Box: 158756377 No.1, Shahidi Street Shahid Haghani Exp'way, Vanak Sq. Tehran 1518663111 Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:ehsan.rastgoftar@gmail.com" ehsan.rastgoftar@gmail.com DrAbdoreza SAADAT General Director of Geodesy & Land Surveying Department Geodesy and Land Surveying National Cartographic Center District 9, Meraj Blvd Tehran Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: +98 2166071098 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:r_saadat99@yahoo.com" r_saadat99@yahoo.com DrTaraneh SHARMAD Geological Survey of Iran and Mineral Exploration of Iran Tehran Province District 9, Meraj Blvd Tehran Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:taranehsharmad@gmail.com" taranehsharmad@gmail.com DrAli SOLTANPOUR Head of Hydrography and Tidal Analysis Department National Cartographic Center District 9, Meraj Blvd Tehran Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:asoltanpour@yahoo.com" asoltanpour@yahoo.com DrMorteza TALEBIAN Geological Survey of Iran and Mineral Exploration of Iran Tehran Province District 9, Meraj Blvd Tehran Islamic Republic of Iran Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:Morteza.talebian@gmail.com" Morteza.talebian@gmail.com MrAli TOUTOUNCHI Plan and Budget Organisation of Iran Safi Ali Shah St. Baharestan Sq. 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Box 1130 Muscat PC 133 Oman Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:alazri007@hotmail.com" alazri007@hotmail.com DrZaid AL-HABSI Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) Al Khoudh Muscat Oman Email: zaidhbs@squ.edu.om PORTUGAL DrRui DA SILVA FERNANDES Space and Earth Geodetic Analysis Lab Rua Marqus dvila e Bolama Covilh 201-001 Portugal Email: Rui@segal.ubi.pt RUSSIAN FEDERATION DrDmitry ILINSKIY P.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology of Russian Academy of Sciences 36, Nahimovski prospect Moscow 117997 Russian Federation Email: dilinskiy61@mail.ru SWITZERLAND DrJean-Pierre BURG Professor Earth Sciences ETH Zrich and Universitt Zrich Geologisches Institut Sonnegstrasse, 5 Zrich CH-8092 Switzerland Tel: +41 796462305 Email: jean-pierre.burg@erdw.ethz.ch THAILAND DrPanon LATCHAROTE Thammasat University Department of Science and Technology Bangkok Thailand Email: panon.tu@gmail.com IOC Secretariat MsNora GALE Assistant Programme Specialist ICG/IOTWS Secretariat ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat IOC-UNESCO Perth Regional Programme Office WA 6872 PO Box 1370, West Perth Australia Tel: +61-8-9321 9976 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:n.gale@unesco.org" n.gale@unesco.org MrArdito M. KODIJAT Head of the Indian Ocean Tsunami Information Centre UNESCO Office Jakarta Jl. Galuh II no 5 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan DKI 12110 Indonesia Tel: +62-21-7399818 Ext 878 Fax: +62-21-72796489 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:a.kodijat@unesco.org" a.kodijat@unesco.org DrSrinivasa Kumar TUMMALA Head, IOC-UNESCO IOTWMS Secretariat ICG/IOTWMS Secretariat UNESCO IOC Perth Regional Programme Office West Perth, Western Australia 6872 Australia Tel: +61 892260191 Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:sk.tummala@unesco.org" sk.tummala@unesco.org ANNEX XII LIST OF ACRONYMS APDIMAsian and Pacific Centre for the Development of Disaster Information ManagementBoMBureau of Meteorology (Australia)CABARETCapacity Building for Asian Higher Education for Resilience EducationCATACCentral America Tsunami Advisory Centre CATPCapacity Assessment of Tsunami Preparedness DDPMDepartment of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation GAGeoscience AustraliaGFZGerman Research Centre for Geosciences ICG/IOTWMSIntergovernmental Coordination Group for the Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System IHOInternational Hydrographic Organization InaTEWSIndonesia Tsunami Early Warning System INCOHIranian National Center for Ocean Hazards INIOASIranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric ScienceIOCAPIndian Ocean Capacity building IOTICIndian Ocean Tsunami Information Center IOTRIndian Ocean Tsunami Ready IOWaveIndian Ocean Wave ISCInternational Seismological Centre ISOInternational Organization for Standardization ITICInternational Tsunami Information Center ITSTInternational Post-Tsunami Survey Teams JATWCJoint Australia Tsunami Warning Centre LDMOLocal Disaster Management Office METMalaysian Meteorological DepartmentMSZMakran Subduction Zone NDMONational Disaster Management Organizations NMHEWCNational Multi-Hazard Early Warning CentreNTWCNational Disaster Warning Centre NWPTCNorthwest Pacific Tsunami Advisory Center PMDPakistan Meteorological Department PTWCPacific Tsunami Warning Center RIMESRegional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia SCSTACSouth China Sea Tsunami Advisory Center SOPStandard Operating Procedure TEMPPTsunami Evacuation Maps, Plans and ProceduresTOWS-WGWorking Group on Tsunamis and Other Hazards related to Sea-Level Warning and Mitigation SystemsTSPTsunami Service Provider UNESCAPUnited Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the PacificUNESCOUnited Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural OrganizationUSGSUnited States Geological Survey WG-NWIOSub-Regional Working Group for the Northwest Indian Ocean WMOWorld Meteorological Organization WTADWorld Tsunami Awareness Day   The Executive Summary is available in English, French, Spanish and Russian.  A community performance-based programme that facilitates a structural and systematic approach in building community tsunami preparedness through an active collaboration of the public (community), community leaders, and local and national emergency management agencies.   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