The aim of this project is to create a viable model for designing and implementing DRR projects in complex humanitarian emergencies that occur in urban, conflict-prone areas with non-state actors. Plus enhancing DRR learning and practice to reflect different contexts.
During the final stages of implementation of the small DRR projects, it was very important to inform the key local stakeholders (KLS) about the planned activities and outcomes, even if they were not involved in every stage of the project.View
Urban participants in the Gaza Strip have differences related to their unique living situation in urban conflict prone areas; differences in the prioritization of hazards, education levels, and in communities’ cultures.View
A trainer of the vulnerability and Capacity Assessment (VCA) training that was conducted in May 2012 assists the participants in indentifying of their hazards, capacities, needs, and vulnerabilities.View
Verification of information in conflict-prone urban areas can be a real challenge.View
In late January 2012, Catholic Relief Services and the Palestine Red Crescent Society signed a partnership agreement for GRRAM.View
As part of the GRRAM project start-up, CRS conducted a three-day workshop exploring disaster risk reduction theory and how it is applicable to Gaza and how it serves as the foundation for GRRAM.View
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is deeply honored to be provided a grant by the Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF) to carry out and document a pilot project of how to do disaster risk reduction (DRR) in urban environments related to man-made disasters in very a complex political environment.View
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