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NEWS: 1 GNDR takes SENDAI Framework to Local Governments in Nigeria. 2 2017 International Day for Disaster Reduction organized by CDRCR. 3 ADVOCACY Visits to Disaster Management Stakeholders in Nigeria. 4 . 5 National Consultative Meeting for Stakeholders to Disseminate Frontline Survey Results . 6 AKolawole AMUSAT ED, Centre for Disaster Risk and Crisis Reduction joins other GNDR Network members at the 3rd GNDR Global Summit in Bangkok, Thailand. 7 GNDR Trains Participating Organisations who will manage FRONTLINE Project (2015 - 2017) in 6 selected Risk Zones in Nigeria.. 8 CDRCR Participates in Third United Nations World Disaster Reduction Conference in Sendai, Japan in 2015 - SENDAI Framework (2015 - 2030). 9 Sensitization Campaign and Awareness Rally (A Partnership programme organized by CDRCR in collaboration with Project Shield and NEST/BNRCC). 10 A Public Lecture to mark World Disaster Reduction Day 2009 (A Partnership programmes organized by CDRCR in collaboration with Project Shield, WANEP-Nigeria,South West Zone and Oyo State Emergency Management Agency [OYOSEMA]). 11 A Day Capacity Building for CDRCR Staff and Volunteers on Climate Change. 12 Sensitization Campaign on Market Fire Reduction. 13 Sensitization Campaign on Market Fire Reduction. 14 Annual National Disaster Risk Reduction Lecture and Awards 2008. 15 Brainstorming Meeting for Stakeholders. 16 Training of Trainers Workshop on School Safety and Disaster Management in Nigeria (The workshop was carried out in conjunction with Oyo State Emergency Management Agency � OYOSEMA). 17 Sensitization Campaign in Secondary Schools. 18 Public Lecture to mark 2006 World Disaster Reduction Day.

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From the South-East through the South-West to the Northern part of Nigeria, the Centre for Disaster Risk and Crisis Reduction is active in the country and looking for your help. There are numerous ways you can be involved with the Centre for Disaster Risk and Crisis Reduction.

From financially contributing to volunteering to sharing support online, our work is fueled by your support.

Ways to get involved

Remember, our work starts from the Local Government level so it is often best to begin by learning more about your local Red Cross or Red Crescent.