Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum

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South-East Asia Red Cross 
Red Crescent 
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The South-East Asia Red Cross Red Crescent members consist of 11 National Societies, namely: 
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South-East Asia Regional Networks

The South-East Asia Red Cross Red Crescent societies have been actively involved in building these regional networks during past years, with the facilitation of IFRC. The Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum (RCSRF) offers an overarching platform to promote a cross sectoral approach and to host thematic networks, such as Disaster Risk Management, Health and Care, National Society Development (including Gender and Diversity and Youth). The Forum aims to operationalize the decision and direction provided by the Leaders of South-East Asia (SEA) National Societies.

The TORs for South-East Asia Disaster Law and Migration networks are currently under development process and subject to SEA National Society Leaders approval.

Below are the Terms of Reference (TOR) as developed and endorsed by SEA National Society Leaders: 

Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum (RCSRF)

See TOR | Read more about RCSRF
 
South-East Asia Gender and Diversity Network

See TOR | Read more about Gender and Diversity Network
 
South-East Asia Youth Network (SEAYN)

See TOR | Read more about South-East Asia Youth Network

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Resilience House to Safer and Resilient Communities in South-East Asia

The RCSRF discussed and agreed on:

Resilience House to Safer and Resilient Community in South-East Asia covers the 3 thematic scopes of Disaster Management, Health and Organizational Development/Youth. 
The model was proposed by technical managers of the South-East Asian Red Cross Red Crescent societies to the Leadership meeting in the same region in 2014 with the support of IFRC. The model is flexible and evolves following the growing experiences of the National Societies of this region in line with global community safety and resilience framework [see picture of the left]
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