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CDRCR Participates in Third United Nations World Disaster Reduction Conference in Sendai, Japan in 2015 - SENDAI Framework (2015 - 2030)

Centre for Disaster Risk and Crisis Reduction was among many global NGOs that participated in the global conference on Disaster Risk Reduction with over 180 countries in attendance. The event featured series of deliberations, negotiations and agreement on how best to manage the increasing disasters which impact negatively on global development.

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GNDR Trains Participating Organisations who will manage FRONTLINE Project (2015 - 2017) in 6 selected Risk Zones in Nigeria.

Frontline Project is GNDR niche since 2009 where communities at the Frontline of disasters are surveyed, analysed and the results are used to engage the relevant stakeholders and primarily the communities to plan for their resilience. The previous projects conducted in Nigeria includes the Views from the Frontline, Action at the Frontline and now the Frontline. The Frontline project under the coor

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AKolawole AMUSAT ED, Centre for Disaster Risk and Crisis Reduction joins other GNDR Network members at the 3rd GNDR Global Summit in Bangkok, Thailand

I was among over hundred civil society organisations who participated at the GNDR Global Summit at Holiday Inn, Shilom, Bangkok, Thailand where a new direction was set through the GNDR Strategy (2016 - 2020). The meeting has in attendance over hundred participants representing all regions. Also, there were simulation exercises, group work, members interactions among others. Regional realities w

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National Consultative Meeting for Stakeholders to Disseminate Frontline Survey Results

The Frontline Coordinating Organisation in Niigeria, Centre for Disaster Risk and Crisis Reduction (CDRCR) organises a National Consultative Meeting for relevant stakeholders on disaster risk management across the country to disseminate the report of the Frontline Project particularly the Survey conducted in 5 Risk Zones in Nigeria.

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