Civil society /NGOs

Civic action, collective community action, community-based organization (CBO) action, grassroots action, integrative DRR, NGOs and PVOs.

Latest Civil society /NGOs additions in the Knowledge Base

Stillmeadow Community Fellowship, a church in Baltimore, serves more than people’s spiritual needs. The church is one of about 20 organizations that have partnered with the city to become resiliency hubs.
Yale Climate Connections
This paper aims to share the experiences of the authors of using global flood models to support humanitarian decision making in Central America and Mozambique through a Flood Early Warning Pilot
The outcome of a two-year research project with the Norwegian Institute for Social Research, the report investigates local capacity to manage disaster risk and emergencies in Norway.
With support from YAKKUM Emergency Unit’s (YEU) IDEAKSI project, PB Palma has developed an innovative DRR system, aimed to support KPGW’s emergency response in the event of a flood.
YAKKUM Emergency Unit member of ACT Alliance
The Averted Disaster Award (ADA) today named the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) as the winner of the 2022 ADA award for outstanding Disaster Risk Management (DRM) intervention.
Averted Disaster Award
This article examines the policies and institutional arrangements for integrating informal volunteers, the methods and tools for their engagement, and the reported benefits and challenges of involving volunteers in disaster management.
Anticipatory action and disaster risk finance: Guiding the setting of humanitarian targets
This report contributes to the evidence base for scaling up anticipatory action and pre-arranged disaster risk finance. It builds on our previous research conducted in 2019 that estimated that over half of crises are somewhat predictable
A How-To Guide for the SEM
This guide seeks to provide the SEM community with further knowledge and information about the Paris Agreement, as well as tips for meaningfully engaging in the intergovernmental process, in order to have an impact in the climate process.

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