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.

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