Coalition-building in Coastal Cities: initial workshop

The GDPC together with the IFRC and American Red Cross held a workshop in early March 2016 to initiate a new USAID/OFDA-supported project on prototyping coalition-building approaches in coastal cities in SE Asia and the Pacific. The project will explore the nexus between urban systems, coastal resilience, and climate change adaptation and will provide an opportunity to test coalition-building models for the IFRC’s One Billion Coalition initiative.

The workshop brought together 8 Red Cross National Societies and partners including USAID/OFDA, ISET, the Red Cross Red Crescent Cliamte Center, and ADPC.

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