Early Action: The State of Play 2022

The annual State of Play reports contribute to the growing evidence base of lessons learned on what it takes to bring early action to scale. They provide snapshots of international, regional and national investments, commitments and activities linked to early warning and early action.

This year’s State of Play is an update from the 2021 flagship report. It aims to showcase examples of the work of REAP Partners from the past year, provide an overview of broader progress towards making risk-informed early action the norm, and gives an update on REAP’s activities following the last report. It also highlights progress, challenges and opportunities on the regional level; new academic and scientific research results; and commitments and activities that contribute towards REAP’s 4 Targets. The analytical framework and results are contextualised within REAP’s three Drivers of Change. To support a systemic shift towards early action, the State of Play 2022 report also formulates recommendations for a broad range of stakeholders and outlines concrete next steps that the Partnership will take to achieve them.

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