CBHR evaluation

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Addressing Humanitarian Needs and Building Community Resilience in Rakhine State

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Cash For Seeds- Myanmar Red Cross Society’s Humanitarian Intervention in Rakhine

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Southeast Asia Monthly Newsletter – September 2019

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Southeast Asia Monthly Newsletter – July 2019

Southeast Asia Monthly Newsletter – July 2019

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Regional Resilience Initiative | 15th Annual Southeast Asia Red Cross Red Crescent Leadership Meeting | 10-11 April 2018

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Southeast Asia Monthly Newsletter: March 2018

Southeast Asia Monthly Newsletter: March 2018

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World Disasters Report 2015 – Focus on local actors, the key to humanitarian effectiveness

World Disasters Report 2015 – Focus on local actors, the key to humanitarian effectiveness

Local actors are often the most effective in conducting humanitarian operations. However, despite their critical role, they struggle to attract the funding and support they need.

The 2015 World Disasters Report – launched today by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) – examines the complexities and challenges local actors face in scaling-up and sustaining their humanitarian response.

Although widely recognized, the effectiveness of local or national humanitarian organizations is not reflected in humanitarian financing or coordination structures. The Report found, for example, that just 1.6 per cent of funding for humanitarian assistance is channeled directly to national and local NGOs.

It presents the case for a shift towards the “localization” of aid and a more equal partnerships between international and local actors.

“Local actors are always the first to respond. In 2015, we saw local people and organizations at the centre of operations rescuing thousands trapped in the rubble after the earthquake in Nepal, setting up evacuation centres in the wake of Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu, and on the frontline of the protracted conflict in Syria,” said Elhadj As Sy, the Secretary General of the IFRC.

“But their effectiveness goes beyond their proximity. Local groups, including National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, are effective because of the perspective they bring, their understanding of language and cultural norms, and because they are permanently present in communities and able to accompany them to address risks before disaster strikes.”

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World Disasters Report 2016 – Resilience: Saving lives today, investing for tomorrow

World Disasters Report 2016 – Resilience: Saving lives today, investing for tomorrow

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Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) Alliance Myanmar Brochure

Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) Alliance Myanmar Brochure

The brochure featured the following key lessons and learnings:

 

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