GUIDE TO THE AUXILIARY ROLE OF RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT NATIONAL SOCIETIES-AMERICAS

The auxiliary role provides essential space for dialogue and mutually beneficial relations between National Societies and public authorities. This Guide to the Auxiliary Role is designed to help external actors, particularly public authorities, develop their understanding of the auxiliary role and strategies to enhance their partnerships with National Societies. 

This document provides clear and simple information to showcase the auxiliary role as a tool to clarify roles and responsibilities in the humanitarian field within the framework of the fundamental principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.  

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