NEWS

Climate Adaptation Summit 2021

The Climate Adaptation Summit (CAS) anchoring event "Getting ahead of the climate curve: Investing in Early Warning and Early Action" focusing on disaster risk

PROJECT

Forecast-based Action mechanism addressing drought

Development of Forecast-based Action mechanism addressing drought induced food insecurity in Zimbabwe by Welthungerhilfe

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Our Partners

The Hub is supported by a diverse range of partners across the RCRC movement, research institutes, UN agencies, NGOs, networks and governmental bodies.

EXPERIENCE

Early action database

The early action database catalogs many early actions that are in or have been considered for existing early action programs or protocols.

EVENT

8th Global Dialogue Platform - virtual edition

The 8th Global Dialogue Platform was held virtually from the 8th to 10th of December 2020 and showcased 42+ diverse and interactive events

Anticipatory action around the world

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Therefore, scaling up is not just “more”, it also means “better”.
To respond collectively in a coordinated manner, we must work together.

Jagan Chapagain Secretary General, IFRC

What is global is local somewhere and what is local is global somewhere else. For this reason, it is very important for us to actually come together and co-design, co-produce and co-implement, so we can learn from each other and also cross-fertilize ideas and solutions.

Dr. Halima Saado Abdillahi Head of Research and Learning, International Centre for Humanitarian Affairs (ICHA) and Kenya Red Cross

Better anticipation allows us to stay ahead of the curve in an increasingly volatile climate, connecting scientific information to practical action on the ground.

Professor Maarten van Aalst Director of the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre

Anticipatory action has tremendous potential to increase the efficiency of life-saving interventions and protect the most vulnerable. This is especially true for women and girls who often face some of the most severe risks. Through well-targeted anticipatory approaches, we can better empower women and girls to face crises on their own terms.

Lisa Carty Director, Humanitarian Financing & Resource Mobilization Division, OCHA

Anticipatory actions are the bright spots in a bleak humanitarian outlook. If we manage to move more in that direction, we will get a response that is faster, cheaper, and more dignified. One that protects hard-won development gains.

Mark Lowcock Emergency Relief Coordinator

The Anticipation Hub in numbers

The Anticipation Hub aims to share knowledge and experiences to jointly enhance and scale up anticipatory action globally.

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59 Number of partners
1000 People reached by Dialogue Platforms
99 People consulted during the Hub development
30 Number of project pages on the Hub so far

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Emerging topics

In expanding the use of anticipatory action to address more risks, be applicable in more contexts and strengthen overall disaster risk financing approaches, experts and practitioners are engaging in multi-disciplinary collaboration to enable anticipatory action to be applied where and when it is needed using adapted tools, innovative solutions and new ways of working.

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