The Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum 2017 was hosted by Malaysian Red Crescent Society, with
the support of IFRC CCST Bangkok and AP Regional Office, from 18- 20 April 2017, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Forum was held with the participation of 32 representatives (Disaster Management, Health, OD and Youth)
from 11 National Societies in the South East Asian Region – Brunei Darussalam Red Crescent, Cambodian Red
Cross, Indonesian Red Cross, Lao Red Cross, Malaysia Red Crescent, Myanmar Red Cross, Philippines Red Cross,
Singapore Red Cross, Thai Red Cross, Timor-Leste Red Cross and Viet Nam Red Cross. It was also attended by
more than 10 IFRC observers from AP Regional Office Management and Technical Leads (Disaster and Crisis,
Health, Policy, Strategy and Knowledge, Gender and Diversity, Disaster Law) and Bangkok CCST. See also the Forum page.
The report details the key discussions and sharing and key recommendations on: Sustainability of National Societies, engagement with ASEAN, 1 Billion Coalition, organizational development, youth and social inclusion, health and care, school safety, cross-border cooperation and global agenda frameworks.
The report also includes the road map for regional collaboration in its last annex.
You might be interested in these resources:
- Zika Virus Fact Sheet
- Youth Policy (2017)