ISLAMABAD: The Red Cross & Crescent, (Red Pillar), United Nations (Blue Pillar) and Government (Green Pillar) have join hands to work together for Pakistan Coalition for Resilience to establish safe, healthy, resilient and more prosperous communities in Pakistan.
This was the decided at a Consultative Seminar on Pakistan Coalition for Resilience organized by Pakistan Red Crescent at National Headquarters here.
NDMA Chairman Major General Asghar Nawaz appreciated the PRC for launching Pakistan Coalition for Resilience, a step forward for building resilient communities all across Pakistan.
General Nawaz said that the NDMA in collaboration with PRC will reach the lowest level for building safe and healthier communities. He said that joint efforts by all the organizations will help develop resilient communities.
PRC Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi on the occasion said Our way forward calls for collaboration and partnership amongst a wide range of like-minded actors including public authorities, the private sector, schools and universities.
The coalition will improve the flow of resources to programmes and initiatives on the ground and will bring greater learning through the sharing of knowledge, experience and ideas to address common problems.
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Red Crescent and Leads Pakistan have join hands for Pakistan Coalition for Resilience to improve communities understanding of risk and take actions to strengthen their safety, health and well-being.
PRC has launched the Pakistan Coalition for Resilience in line with the IFRC transformative initiative of One Billion Coalition for Resilience.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Pakistan Red Crescent and Leads Pakistan here at the PRC National Headquarters.
PRC Secretary General Dr Rizwan Naseer, SI, speaking on the occasion PRC will collaborate with LEAD in the best public interest by utilizing their technical skills and expertise for designing and implementing development activities that can be effective in the field of disaster preparedness, strengthening resilience and response, particularly in moving from relief and recovery to community preparedness. PRC and LEAD will work together, in a mutually beneficial arrangement to advance the use of said expertise and knowledge.
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RED CRESCENT SINDH HOLDS THREE DAY YOUTH TRAINING CAMP IN KARACHI
Karachi (December 20, 2015): A three days 8th Annual Youth and Volunteer Training Camp convened by the Sindh chapter of Pakistan Red Crescent (PRC) titled “Young Humanitarian in Action” came to a close here on Sunday. More than 225 students from 25 schools of Karachi and more than 150 Red Crescent volunteers & staff attended the camp. The objective was to boost the community volunteerism on successful infusion of spirit of selfless service to needy people without discrimination of class, colour or creed through youth and volunteers affiliated to PRC programs.
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