[dehai-news] (IFRC) Eritrea and Djibouti: Plan 2009-2010 (MAA64005)

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From: Biniam Haile \(SWE\) (eritrea.lave@comhem.se)
Date: Fri Feb 27 2009 - 23:44:27 EST

Eritrea and Djibouti: Plan 2009-2010 (MAA64005)

Source: International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies
Date: 30 Oct 2008
Executive Summary
The Red Cross Society of Eritrea (RCSE) programmes have been designed in
line with the Global Agenda goals offering a solid legal base that
allows strong leadership and a well functioning organizational
structure. Through volunteer-based activities, the programmes will
contribute to the reduction of the potential losses from natural and
man-made disasters and improve the capacity of the NS, volunteers and
community at large.
The disaster management programme will contribute to the scaling up of
response to increased vulnerability to risks/disasters and food
insecurity; and to the response to common disasters of drought,
flooding, road accidents and fire accidents by strengthening the
National Society's disaster preparedness, response and recovery
capacities. The programme will aim at achieving the following outcomes:
improved ability of community members in Eritrea to predict and plan for
disasters to mitigate their impact on vulnerable communities, and
respond to and effectively cope with their consequences; community
members having improved ability to reduce loss of life and disabilities
caused by disasters and; improved capacity of RCSE core staff and
volunteers to respond effectively during disaster; strengthened RCSE
logistical capacity of RCSE; improved food production, accessibility and
food utilization at household and; increased awareness on climate change
and increased community resilience to the impacts of climate change.
Organizational development programme will focus on ensuring that RCSE
has a well functioning organization with sustainable systems, procedures
and staff with desired level of managerial and technical competencies;
strengthening new partnerships and forming new ones.
To ensure a coordinated and realistic implementation, the programmes
also addresses the concepts of sustainability, programme resources and
expenses, monitoring and evaluation, implementation and management
arrangements as well as risk identification. Furthermore, programmes
will promote gender equity and diversity, Red Cross/Red Crescent
collaboration, partnership and civil society management, accountability
and quality assurance, in addition to capacity building and knowledge
sharing, ultimately enabling the National Society to work within the new
Federation Operating Model. Current Movement partners include the
Federation, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Danish,
Finish, Netherlands, Swedish and Spanish Red Cross Societies.
The total 2009-2010 budget is CHF 2,310,739 (USD 2,112,193 or EUR


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