This document provides an overview of the IFRC Alert Hub Initiative and the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP).
Topic: Early Warning Systems
This document provides an overview of the implementation of the IFRC Alert Hub Initiative to promote the use of CAP for emergency alerting.
Up to date, 18 internationally operating organizations and companies plus Vint Cerf as an individual have endorsed the Call to Action on Emergency Alerting. This document highlights the process towards the Call to Action s as they have been put forward by the endorsers themselves, either in written format or in the WSIS Forum 2022, …
An amazing surge of innovations in emergency alerting is happening now to ensure accurate and actionable emergency alerts reach communities around the world. New communications technology and international standards have tremendously improved all-media and all-hazard public warnings that can save lives and livelihoods. As part of its long-standing ambitions to ensure that ‘last mile’ …
“Sixty percent of the twenty-five countries most affected by climate change are affected by conflicts and wars. Climate hazard adaptation is lacking in the humanitarian landscape*.” Patrick Youssef, Regional Director, Africa, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Navigating uncertainty and ambiguity. Humanitarian Assistance is facing new pressures and disruptions from the triple …
Introducing the ‘Riks-informed Early Action Partnership (REAP)’; presented at the RCRC CAP workshop, Oct. 7, 2021
Slides on partnerships; presented at the RCRC CAP workshop, Oct. 7, 2021
Presentation of Uganda RC on their engagement in EWEA, presented at the RCRC CAP workshop, Oct. 7, 2021
Presentation on New Zealand RC Hazard’s App and use of CAP; presented at the RCRC CAP workshop, Oct. 7, 2021
Presentation to introduce PAPE; presented at the RCRC CAP workshop, Oct. 7, 2021