What’s the name of our brigade? Shaping the identity of community brigades

Community Brigades are organized groups of people dedicated to building resilience and strengthening local capacities in the face of flooding, as well as other emergencies and disasters. Establishing the identity of a brigade is key to formalizing the community group and increasing the sense of ownership and belonging of its members. This infographic shares the importance of defining the identity of the brigades.

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