A platform for engagement and coordination for groups of interconnected National Societies on migration-related issues.
A public SMS and online donation campaign to raise resources to support a salient issue.
A toolkit with information and materials customized for dealing with migrants on the move.
A condensed version of the volunteer training programme that can be rolled out to quickly provide volunteers with the most essential skills.
A response plan to quickly mobilize support after a migrant influx and use simulations to train response teams.
A migration unit designed with clearly defined and divided roles amongst the different staff. This allows specialization and focus.
Internal programmes to increase diversity of National Society staff and volunteers. In order to understand the full spectrum of needs, vulnerabilities and sensitivities of different migrants and ensure services are effective, service providers benefit from having a more diverse staff and volunteer workforce.
A civilian support network that allows quick mobilization of volunteers.
Psychosocial training and support for volunteers to help them handle the mental strain of dealing with the high inflows of migrants, the transient nature of their support, and the traumatic stories they hear from migrants.
A software application used to record restoring family links (RFL) cases and services to make it easy to track, manage, and share information within National Societies, with other National Societies, and with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).