Red Cross Red Crescent good practices in early warning

For the International Federation and National Societies worldwide, community-based early warning is an essential element of disaster risk reduction. Early warning helps to mitigate loss of life and property and to reduce economic losses. By strengthening early warning systems, we help to ensure that development projects, action plans and existing policies are sustainable. This brochure provides examples of successful community-based early warning systems. Published in 2006.

Are you sure you want to delete this "resource"?
This item will be deleted immediately. You cannot undo this action.
File Name File Size Download
34_cs-earlywarning_rcrc_good_practices.pdf 1 MB

Related Resources

Report
14 Sep 2017
“CAP and Satellite-based Fire Detection”presented September 20, 2017by Giovanni Laneve
Tags: Report, Early Warning Systems
Report
15 Jan 2020
The host of the 2020 Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Implementation Workshop is the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The Workshop will be  conducted as a video call-in session over Zoom. The Workshop will be 29-30 September. It will be pr...
Tags: Report, Early Warning Systems
Guidance material
02 Jan 2020
The Road Map to Community Resilience (Road Map) is for National Society staff and volunteers, and IFRC and its operational partners, who want to help communities become safer and stronger.   The Road Map provides step-by-step guidance on how to oper...
Tags: Guidance material, Capacity Building for Disaster Risk Management, PAPE, Resilience