The survey was conducted to give an overview of National Societies priorities and initiatives.
The survey was conducted in 2015 prior to the Southeast Asia Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum in the same year, and gathered the inputs of 8 National Societies out of the total 11. The survey was self-assessment of the National Societies and was not an assessment by the IFRC.
The survey was conducted in several topics: integrated approach; response preparedness; gender and diversity; disaster law; partnership; learning, sharing and the use of social media; and project implementation.
The report also presents the interest mapping of National Society, that is the themes/topics that each of them is interested to learn or to share.
Usage: Learning from experience
Audience: National Society leadership and Technical staff
You might be interested in these resources:
- Snapshot on Brunei Red Crescent National Societies Profiles (as of January 2016)
- Disaster law in Southeast Asia – Summary of progress 2012 – 2015