A framework for community safety and resilience – In the face of disaster risk

The framework for community safety and resilience is concerned with what contributions the Red Cross Red Crescent can make in building community safety and resilience through a focus on disaster risk and its reduction. The principal goal of this framework is to establish a foundation on which all Red Cross Red Crescent programmes, projects and interventions in DRR and all actions which contribute to the building of safe and resilient communities can be created, developed and sustained. Published in 2008.

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