We’ve all been adjusting to the new normal with COVID-19, and have had previous Regional Humanitarian Partnership Week all virtual..
Empowering civil societies
It is only when civil society is empowered that real change within the communities can take place. ADRRN has worked with national organisations on various aspects of capacity building: strengthening their monitoring ability, helping research and propagate local practices and bringing global policy decisions down to local level.
Local leadership is among the most understated strengths of successful DRR practices. Recognising the immense role that local champions play.
On 26th May 2022, during the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR), the event “Because Resilience is Local” took.
We were delighted to congratulate ADRRN member SEEDS, India and Dr Raji Shaw being named laureate of the prestigious United.
Pinnovation Academy project is guided by the community-led development partnership towards reaching the impact that local innovation solutions reduce and.
Regional Partnership Week is an annual multi-stakeholder platform that started five years ago. The annual gathering took place between 31.
Welcome aboard to our new and returning Executive Committee members! We look forward to working with everyone, who boasts a.
Ian McClelland Senior Innovation Manager Humanitarian Innovation Fund, Elrha
Prof Alexander Densmore Institute of Hazard, Risk, and Resilience Department of Geography Durham University, UK SAJAG Nepal
Shahida Arif Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific Network for Empowered Aid Response (NEAR)
Liz Hughes Chief Executive MAPACTION