There is no particular format you should use, but your Disaster Resilience Plan should include the following:
The main purpose of the plan is to convince your community of the need for increasing resilience, and to gain their commitment to its implementation.
Once you have completed your plan, you will need to take it out into your community to get commitment to the plan’s implementation. At the same time, you may also wish to share your plan with other stakeholders and seek their support for some or all of your strategies to improve disaster resilience. These stakeholders could include representatives in local and/or regional governments, community leaders, Elders or business owners who are not already involved, or even neighbouring communities in the region. The information you have collected and the plan you have made will be a valuable resource and can be used to set local, regional, or provincial/territorial policy on building community disaster resilience.