We’ve all been adjusting to the new normal with COVID-19, and have had previous Regional Humanitarian Partnership Week all virtual. For this year though, ADRRN,
The Asian Disaster Reduction & Response Network (ADRRN) is a network of national civil society organizations across the Asia- Pacific region.
Born in 2002 at a meeting of Asian CSOs in Kobe, Japan, ADRRN has rapidly evolved with
reaching across 21 countries from an awareness-raising network to a prominent regional voice in advocacy and capacity building. Today it is known as the ‘Civil Society Voice of Asia’.
ADRRN exemplifies the able spirit of southern leadership, the effectiveness of regional collaboration and the power of civil society. It puts local people at the centre of its work.
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Continue to be a leading representative platform with increased outreach involving larger number of NGOs and local CSOs in the region.
Facilitate effective implementation of global frameworks at the national and local level, and facilitate disaster risk governance and enhance accountability.
Enhancing range of knowledge and practice on resilience.
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Local level action in Asia-Pacific
Local leadership is among the most understated strengths of successful DRR practices. Recognising the immense role that local champions play and celebrating their achievements is
We were delighted to congratulate ADRRN member SEEDS, India and Dr Raji Shaw being named laureate of the prestigious United Nations Sasakawa Award for Disaster
Regional Partnership Week is an annual multi-stakeholder platform that started five years ago. The annual gathering took place between 31 January to 4 February this