Anticipatory Action has made significant progress over the last decades, with a rapid evolution in recent years, leading to a wealth of learnings based on experiences gained through practice, research, and policy. Understanding and application of this learning is fundamental in order to continue developing anticipatory action approaches that are fit for purpose, that reduce the impact of hazards on vulnerable communities.

In this section, you will be able to find resources and tools to learn and apply Anticipatory Action

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Red Cross Red Crescent FbF Practitioner Manual

The Forecast-based Financing Practitioners Manual has been developed based on the lessons and experiences of FbF projects, making this manual a living document. As FbF grows, so too will the good practices and sub-chapters offered.

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The Future of Forecasting: Impact-based Forecasting for EA

This guide covers all the important aspects of Impact based Forecasting for Anticipatory Action. Co-produced by the Red Cross Red Crescent and the UK Met Office.

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Anticipatory Action research in numbers

In recent years a wealth of research has been conducted to advance science, policy and practice in Anticipatory Humanitarian Action.

9 Research projects
54 PeerReview academic paper
42 Research reports