Global Plan 2022

Our Global Plan 2022 highlights the work we are delivering to support the world’s most vulnerable people. It also shows the strength of our coordination and our common ambition to bring positive change to the world.

Focus. Ambition. Impact. Responsibility.

Amid ever-increasing disasters and crises, it can be difficult to focus and prioritize. It may even seem counter-intuitive. But it is essential if we want to achieve impact.

We have demonstrated amazing resilience and adaptability as an organization and a network during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. But our greater purpose has not changed. For over one century we have provided humanitarian assistance to people affected by disasters and crises, invested significantly in building community resilience and combined these with strengthening the capacities of our member National Societies.

What has changed is the need to adapt how we work. This means more delivery of services, more impact and more reach that merits more funding.

We must achieve greater action by bringing programmes to scale that result in greater impact, especially on pressing challenges such as climate change, COVID-19, future health crises, disaster and migration.

To do this, we must have greater ambition as a network so that we can rise to meet the realities of today’s challenges. This must be coupled with greater accountability through increased risk management as well as investing in issues related to protection, gender and inclusion as cross cutting themes.

Watch: Stepping up in 2022

Regional, cluster and country plans for 2022

Syrian Arab Red Crescent staff speak to a family in their home in Aleppo to see how food aid and other relief assistance is helping them.

Middle East and North Africa