Disaster: How the Red Cross Red Crescent reduces risk

Prepare, warn, mitigate, recover, live. Disaster risk reduction (DRR) in the Red Cross Red Crescent (RCRC) world is “multi-sectoral” and part of a broad and long-standing drive for safer and more resilient communities. DRR is at the core of most National Societies’ work to address the specific vulnerabilities to which communities are exposed. This document presents how the RCRC reduces risk. Published in 2009.

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