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Fednet Registration Form

FedNet is the IFRC extranet. It is a non-public platform where the IFRC, member National Societies and partners share resources and tools and interact in a community of practice environment. The following people are eligible to join: National Society staff, volunteers, and field delegates; IFRC staff, delegates, and local staff; ICRC personnel; and certain external partners, who may access select areas of the site, as appropriate.

How to Register (Registration Quick Guide, pdf): On FedNet, your email address is your user name, so each registrant should have his or her own user name (full email address) and password. If you have a Red Cross/Red Crescent email address, please enter this. For security reasons, login information should not be shared. Please review your email address carefully before submitting: if your address is incorrect (@redcross.rog or redcrecsent.org.th), we cannot contact you.

When you have completed all possible fields, select Send at the bottom of the page. If you do not proceed to a new page, the form is missing information. The missing fields will be marked with (*).

National Societies: All National Society personnel (staff and volunteers) are eligible. Each National Society is responsible for selecting its own FedNet users, and ensuring those people it suggests are members of the Society.

Delegations: All delegates and Federation local staff are eligible. The responsibility for deciding who should have a password rests with the Head of each Delegation.

IFRC - All Federation staff who have network accounts (@ifrc.org) are automatically granted FedNet access, thus need not register. Please go to the Login page, using your network credentials (firstname.lastname) and network password to log in.

Already Registered? If you think you already have a FedNet account or you cannot remember your password, please click on reset password, do not create a new account. If you have already filled out the registration form but have not received further information from FedNet, please check your email junk mail folders or email fednet@ifrc.org. Most FedNet applications are approved within 24 hours during the Geneva business week.

For any other questions, please email fednet@ifrc.org.

 
 
 

In the field above, please provide name, position, and contact details (email address or telephone number) for your manager or primary contact at your National Society, the IFRC or ICRC. We may contact this individual to verify your relationship with the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement. Applications submitted without this information will be referred back to you.

 

 

   
   















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The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian organization, with 189 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.