This brief guide, provides advice on how to use social media effectively to engage with, and be accountable to, affected people through practical tips and case studies from within the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and the wider sector. The guide was developed by IFRC and ICRC with the support of OCHA.
This guideline will show the necessity of sensible information provided during disaster as well as encourage GOs and NGOs to conduct live/phone-in programs.
The guide aims to enhance knowledge and capacity of the volunteers regarding communication with community in implementing disaster emergency response and recovery activities.
The Colombian Red Cross and IFRC team screened an animated video and held a conversation with the community on Zika prevention and awareness.
The Canadian Red Cross in close cooperation with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, has developed its CERA Project “Capacity Building for Emergency Response in the Americas”.
This poster provides safety tips in the case of a flood.
This poster provides information on a Red Cross hotline with the relevant telephone numbers, opening hours, available languages and more.
This illustration provides simple ways people can take care of themselves.
This illustration provides information on what medical needs and additional health services the Red Cross provides, as well as other ways to get more information.
This leaflet provides information on extreme stress, its symptoms and ways to cope, as well as a story on coping with loss and depression.