We provide technical support to
IFRC Donor Funded Projects
Learn more about the projects we support:
Capacity Building Initiative
The IFRC has collaborated with the United States Agency for International Development Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA) to address the capacity challenges faced by Red Cross National Societies in preparing and responding to disasters and emergencies within their communities and nationally.
Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world have long experience in preparing for and responding to disease outbreaks. Community-based volunteers have the access and trust that people are seeking. Volunteers around the world are supporting communities in preparing for and protecting themselves during this health crisis.
Resilient Islands was a four-year initiative to protect islands against the impacts of climate change by promoting the use of coastal habitats to reduce risks, and by helping governments, partners and communities implement sustainable development plans that prioritize nature. The Nature Conservancy and the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) worked with communities and agencies to design innovative tools, train leaders, and implement demonstration projects within vulnerable coastal communities in the Dominican Republic, Grenada, and Jamaica.
Enterprise Resource Planning
As part of the IFRC Agenda for Renewal process, a new ERP software was implemented to improve agility and efficiency in our day to day business activities across six functional workstreams; Finance, Logistics, Human Resources, Partnerships & Resource Development (PRD), Programs & Operations (P&O) and Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting (PMER) and three supporting ones, Digital Transformation, Training and Localisation & User Satisfaction.
Caribbean Zika Prevention and Response
“A great strength of the Red Cross is our ability to stand alongside our communities, to hear and understand what is going on at the ground level. The information we get from listening to community voices is invaluable to us and other partners in the Caribbean region in addressing Zika and the health challenges of the future.” explained Erin Law, Global Zika Advisor for IFRC.