Urban Resilience for Red Cross Red Crescent

You can find more detailed information about the Red Cross Red Crescent Urban Collaboration Platform here

The Red Cross Red Crescent  Movement is at the forefront of assisting communities facing the growing risk of disasters, protracted crises and day to day stresses in cities. RCRC national societies are increasingly diversifying their programs and partnerships and innovating to better understand and respond to complexities of urban risk and vulnerabilities. In addition the ICRC has been implementing a wide range of programs in urban areas where armed conflict has become protracted.

RCRC National Societies strives to advance and scale their resilience activities in urban contexts, learn from each other and to contribute to wider collective goals, such as the 1 Billion Coalition for Resilience (1BC), by mobilizing the potential of collective networks and resources in cities.

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