Reducing underlying risk factors (HFA 4)
RedR India’s approach to its capacity building and projects takes communities and stakeholders through a reflective experience of engaging with changing patterns of vulnerability and hazards, along with training in basic skills of disaster response.
In 2011, RedR India developed a model of intervention for mainstreaming community based disaster risk reduction within the framework of Terre de Hommes' ongoing Mother and Child Health Projects in India (Sunderbans, West Bengal) and Bangladesh (Borguna and Kurigram districts). This was done through extensive field work in the operational areas, documentation, and analysis of the disaster management context, development of logical frameworks and concept notes.
In Chhattisgarh, central India, RedR India has been supporting UNICEF's Civil Strife Response and Recovery programme for over 6 years. RedR India has undertaken context and security analysis, WaSH programming and implementation, capacity building on WaSH and, monitoring and management of health programmes.