Collaboration between the Risk-informed Early Action Partnership (REAP) and the Anticipation Hub 

Risk-informed Early Action Partnership (REAP) and the Anticipation Hub have a common interest in and focus on early and anticipatory approaches that can help to mitigate the impact of disasters. The Anticipation Hub is a partner of the REAP

REAP, launched in 2019 at the UN Climate Action Summit, brings together stakeholders across the climate, humanitarian, and development communities with the aim of making 1 billion people safer from disaster by 2025 by taking risk-informed early action to scale. The Anticipation Hub, launched in 2020, acts as a knowledge and exchange platform that provides practitioners, scientists and policymakers access to evidence-based learning resources, tools and expertise to collectively achieve successful anticipatory action in practice and protect communities at-risk ahead of disasters. 

On this page you will find up-to-date information about how REAP and the Anticipation Hub are working together to successfully enable more anticipatory action at scale. 

Explainer document

The Anticipation Hub and REAP have developed a short explainer document to provide an overview about how the Anticipation Hub and REAP relate and collaborate. This is important to explain given that both initiatives have a similar thematic focus on enabling early or anticipatory action, and both have strong links to the Red Cross and Red Crescent Network. The document provides background information, highlights the similarities between the initiatives, as well as the key differences and opportunities for complementary. It also demonstrates how both the Anticipation Hub coordination team and the REAP Secretariat are committed to continuous coordination to capture synergies across both initiatives. 

You can read the explainer document here

Co-chaired Sectoral Community

Under the InsuResilience Global Partnership, Working Group on Integrated Approaches, the Anticipation Hub and REAP Secretariat are co-chairing a new sectoral community called Linking Risk Financing and Anticipatory Action, launched in March 2021. The community seeks to accelerate the scaling up of anticipatory risk financing by unlocking synergies, facilitating community exchange and linking needs and solutions across sectors and organisations. 

Further details will be updated here

Engagement at policy events

The Anticipation Hub and REAP are supporting one another to collaboratively engage in key policy events influencing the scaling up of Anticipatory Action where possible. 

Below you will find updates on past and upcoming engagements. 

Current

ECOSOC HAS Side Event: The Challenges Ahead: Equipping the Future with Anticipatory Action

This is one of the virtual side-events on 23 June 2021 to be convened on the margins of the ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment (HAS), discussing "The Challenges Ahead: Equipping the Future with …

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Anticipatory Action at the Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week

The Anticipation Hub and its partners are co-organising multiple sessions under the Anticipatory Action Priority Topic at Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week. Read more about the highlighted …

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Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Weeks (HNPW) 2021

19 April to 7 May 2021

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Current

Getting ahead of the climate curve: Investing in Early Warning and Early Action

The need to get ahead of the climate curve by investing in early warning and early action was also the focus of an Anchoring Event on Disaster Risk Management, one of the action themes of the …

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