IFRC Framework for Community Resilience

This document presents a clear overview of the IFRC’s Framework for Community Resilience (FCR), which builds upon the original Framework for Community Safety and Resilience published in 2008. This framework has the objective to: ‘Establish a foundation on which all IFRC programmes, projects, interventions and actions, across the contexts, which contribute to the strengthening of resilient communities can be created, developed and sustained.’ It builds on a foundation of decades of experience, combined with recent learning and research on resilience, while recognizing and proposing responses to some of the major challenges faced by community approaches in strengthening resilience – thus providing the opportunity for a more systematic approach. IFRC 2014.

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