This framework illustrates an inclusive approach to the Federation-wide humanitarian response to the population movement from Rakhine state, in Myanmar, to Bangladesh, as well as the role of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and Movement-wide coordination.
This Commentary is intended to provide background information on the various provisions of the Model Emergency Decree for the Facilitation and Regulation of International Disaster Relief and Initial Recovery Assistance. It is an explanatory document an …
The Red Cross Society of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and IFRC are racing to stop the spread of an Ebola outbreak in Equateur Province. We urgently need your support to provide emergency health interventions for the next six months.
This strategy articulates National Societies’ and IFRC core strengths and common purpose in migration, setting out aims and objectives to be achieved over a 5-year time frame, from 2018 to 2022.
C удовольствием представляем данный краткий отчёт о работе в рамках обязательств, которые мы взяли на себя на 9-й Европейской региональной конференции, которая состоялась в Италии, во Флоренции, в июне 2014 г.
As an organization, accountability to our communities means transparent communication, meaningful participation of the communities and ploughing back learnings deduced from the community voices. The Kenya Red Cross Society commissioned CDA Collaborative Learning Projects (CDA) to develop a detailed operational case study that documents their experience in mainstreaming the Accountability to Communities (AtC) framework across the organization over a two year period.
The Kenya Red Cross Society and IFRC are responding to disastrous flooding across Kenya and need your help to support 150,000 of the most vulnerable people who have been displaced from their homes. We plan to provide assistance in shelter, health and nutrition, water and sanitation, livelihoods, food security, and gender, protection and inclusion for six months. 4.7 million Swiss francs needed for urgent humanitarian relief 150,000 people to be supported
Local humanitarian action already has an enormous life-saving impact around the world. It could do even more – in particular, it could be the key to bridging the growing gap (currently over $15 billion) between humanitarian needs and available funds — if the international community began to really invest in it. If we focus our collective efforts on ensuring strong, sustainable, relevant, effective local organizations we will achieve better preparedness, response and recovery in humanitarian settings, improving outcomes for affected populations.
This report is based on the feedback that National Societies submitted on the Florence Call for Action, highlighting up to three activities related to the topics of Migration, Social Aspects and Volunteering.
This good practice guide has been developed as part of the Age and Disability Capacity Programme (ADCAP), an initiative of the Age and Disability Consortium. The members of this consortium are CBM, DisasterReady.org, Humanity & Inclusion, HelpAge I …