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Epidemic preparedness in Indonesia

, 24 June 2015

This case study is an adaptation and roll-out of the IFRC's Epidemic Control For Volunteers (ECV) Toolkit and Training Manual, its implementation and analysis from the context of the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI).

Available in: English,

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Epidemic preparedness in Myanmar

, 24 June 2015

This document is a case study and an adaptation and roll-out of the Epidemic Control For Volunteers' (ECV) Toolkit and Training Manual in Myanmar.

Available in: English,

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Gender and Diversity: South-East Asia Regional Delegation

SEA Regional Delegation, 12 June 2015

Gender and diversity is an essential part of IFRC programming. It allows National Societies to ensure their effectiveness and reach in helping those most vulnerable. Gender and diversity is currently being mainstreamed through the areas of disaster risk reduction, disaster management, climate change and resilience, migration and violence prevention. The following document is a snapshot of the IFRC's response on gender and diversity in the Southeast Asia region.

 

Available in: English,

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Gender and diversity for urban resilience: An analysis

SEA Regional Delegation, 12 June 2015

This publication examines the impact of gender and diversity on disaster risk reduction and resilience.  

Available in: English,

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Gender and diversity in food security and livelihoods programming

IFRC, 27 May 2015
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Gender and diversity-sensitive food security and livelihoods programming lead to a more equitable, effective and efficient outcomes for all members of affected communities. This guidance note provides an overview of gender and diversity issue and practical   measures that  Red Cross and Red Crescent staff and volunteers should bear in mind when designing ,implementing and evaluating food and livelihoods programes. It is based on the IFRCs Strategic Framework on Gender and Diversity Issues (2013-2020).

Available in: English,

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Consolidated Financial Statements 2014

IFRC, 14 May 2015

The independent auditors' report and consolidated financial statements 2014 of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

Available in: English, French, Spanish, Arabic

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Haiti and Dominican Republic Cholera Operation Summary of the Plan of Action

IFRC, 20 January 2015
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This document reflects a summary of the Federation-wide two year Emergency Plan of Action (EPoA) and its contribution to the broader 10-year year National plans to eradicate cholera from the island of Hispaniola. It reflects the collective contribution of the Red Cross Red Crescent actors present in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The aim is to mobilise resources through this strategy to support the governments of Haiti and the Dominican Republic to control, prevent and respond to cholera spikes for a 24-month period.

Available in: English,

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Haiti earthquake Five-year progress report

IFRC, 8 January 2015
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The earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010 was one of the biggest natural disasters in recent history, resulting in over 1.5 million internally displaced people, unprecedented human losses and material damage. This report spans the Red Cross Red Crescent operations from January 2010 to November 2014, marking five years of emergency and recovery operations.

Available in: English, French, Spanish,

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Environment & Climate Change: The impact of climate change on human mobility

IFRC Climate Centre, 10 October 2014
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The climate is a key determinant of where people live and climate change is increasingly recognised to influence the factors that can lead to population movements, including migration and displacement. Displacement is the movement of people from their place of residence, and can occur when extreme weather events, such as flood and drought, make areas temporarily uninhabitable.

Available in: English,

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Setting up a national disaster preparedness and response mechanism

IFRC, 1 October 2014
64 pages

Updated in 2014 The updated version is available as eBook (ePub file, 125 MB):
English | Spanish | Instructions for ePub files
The French version is available in iTunes and also as pdf

This publication presents a set of practical guidelines that are designed to support National Societies in developing the processes, systems, teams and individuals involved in preparing for and responding to disasters. The guidelines acknowledge that response is first and foremost local, but that it takes place within the global solidarity of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (the Movement).

 

Available in: English, French, Spanish, Arabic

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