B. More on Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum

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The South-East Asia Red Cross Red Crescent societies in South-East Asia meet annually in the Regional Community Safety and Resilience Forum (RCSRF) to enhance regional integration, coordination, communication and cooperation among them, with the facilitation of IFRC South-East Asia Regional Delegation. 

The RCSRF aims to translate the results of the strategic policy and direction, and decisions of the South-East Asia Red Cross Red Crescent leaders into the operational action to promote the establishment of safer and resilient communities, with the facilitation of IFRC Community Safety and Resilience Unit in Bangkok.

The RCSRF is responsible for escorting the Community Safety and Resilience agenda in accordance with IFRC Strategy 2020IFRC Community Resilience Framework and other relevant agendas including Hyogo Framework for Action and the subsequent Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, and Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals

A long standing purpose of the RCSRF is to ensure Community Safety Resilience capacities of individual National Societies are being strengthened and the capability of the region to improve its capacity for Community Safety and Resilience is enhanced through regional cooperation.


The RCSFR 
(see the Terms of Reference) is an annual gathering of Heads or Managers in:  
-  Disaster Management and Risk Reduction Technical Working Group | see TOR
-  Health Technical Working Group | see TOR
-  Organizational Development and Youth Technical Working Group | see TOR



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