2009 DRR Mapping

Recognizing the urgent need to increase community safety and resilience, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (International Federation) is scaling up its disaster risk reduction (DRR), food security/livelihoods and climate change adaptation programming. In support of this, a mapping was undertaken to understand the extent of the International Federation’s activities and support better programme targeting. This page presents the results of the 2009 DRR Mapping. Published in 2010.

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