The Southeast Asia Red Cross Red Crescent societies Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum (‘the Forum’) brings together experts and practitioners to discuss the region approach to improving community safety and resilience from all the 11 countries in the region.

This is done by translating the policy, direction, and decisions from the Southeast Asia leaders, in accordance with IFRC Strategy 2020IFRC Community Resilience Framework and other relevant agendas including Hyogo Framework for Action and the subsequent Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, and Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals in order to ensure Community Safety Resilience capacities of individual National Societies are being strengthened and the capability of the region to improve its capacity for Community Safety and Resilience.

The Forum enhances regional integration, coordination, communication and cooperation among them, with the facilitation of IFRC Bangkok Country Cluster Support Team.

Outcome Documents

Previous Meetings

  • 2017: Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 2015: Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum in Jakarta, Indonesia
  • 2014: Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum in Bangkok
  • 2013: 17th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC), Yangon
  • 2012: 16th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC), Singapore
  • 2011: 15th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC), Bangkok (see minutes)
  • 2010: 14th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC), Jogjakarta (see minutes)
  • 2009: 13th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC), Hanoi (see minutes)
  • 2008: 12th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC), Penang (see minutes)
  • 2007: 11th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC), Vientiane (see minutes)
  • 2006: 10th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC), Phnom Penh (see minutes)
  • 2001 – 2005: 1st – 10th Regional Disaster Management Committee (RDMC) (see summary)
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The Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum (see the Terms of Reference) is an annual gathering of:

e-mail Mr. Hung Ha Nguyen, at hungha.nguyen@ifrc.org

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Community Safety and Resilience Regional Forum

Community Safety and Resilience Regional Forum of Red Cross and Red Crescent of South East Asia is to enhance regional integration, coordination, communication and cooperation among Red Cross and Red Crescent members in South East Asia Region. It tasked to translate the results of the strategic policy and direction decisions from leader into the operational action to promote the establishment of a safer and resilient communities. This forum is responsible for escorting the global agenda on CSR refers to the IFRC Strategy 2020, IFRC CSR frame work and other agendas such as HFA and the MDGs.
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Ryan Jay Jopia
France Volontaires
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Herve Gazeau shared a link to the group: Community Safety and Resilience Regional Forum.Tuesday, November 14th, 2017 at 11:27pm
Ujang D. Lasmana
Ujang D. Lasmana shared Penyintas Bencana's video to the group: Community Safety and Resilience Regional Forum.Monday, November 20th, 2017 at 5:09am
Dramatisnya evakuasi korban jiwa banjir bandang di tengah malam di Lombok Timur NTB. 2 orang meninggal dunia, 367 rumah rusak, 14 jembatan rusak, 2.280 jiwa terdampak langsung banjir bandang, dan kerusakan lain.
Ujang D. Lasmana
Penyintas Bencana
Dramatisnya evakuasi korban jiwa banjir bandang di tengah malam di Lombok Timur NTB. 2 orang meninggal dunia, 367 rumah rusak, 14 jembatan rusak, 2.280 jiwa terdampak langsung banjir bandang, dan kerusakan lain. Sesungguhnya saat ini sudah darurat ekologis karena begitu luas dan menyebarnya kerusakan lingkungan. Jadi bencana hidrometeorologi hanyalah dampak dari alam yang sudah rusak tersebut. Copas dari: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10155797977887310&id=593617309
Herry Firmansyah
Herry Firmansyah shared a link to the group: Community Safety and Resilience Regional Forum.Friday, November 17th, 2017 at 5:55pm
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