IFRC Plan of Action: Climate Change 2013-2016

While the International Federation of the Red Cross Red Crescent (IFRC) is already addressing risks brought by climate change, it can do more and better through a more systematic and coordinated integration of climate change issues into its programmes, policies and operations. The IFRC Plan of Action aims to provide a clear vision on the IFRC key priorities for building community resilience to climate change; identify key objectives and activities needed for scaling up work on climate change in the next 5 years; and provide an overall framework to increase coordination and knowledge sharing within IFRC. Published in 2013.

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