Who-we-ar

 

We are a capacity building for community-based disaster risk reduction project with a view to transfer knowledge, share information and practise good governance in preparedness and emergency response to humanitarian efforts, our hope is to link and strengthen the capacity and resilience of the civil society and the private sector. Along with the Asia Pacific Alliance-Japan, our aim is to optimize resources and establish an effective mutual help mechanism among national platforms.

The Civic Force (CF) is a registered non-for-profit organization in Japan that was established in the wake of the Niigata Earthquake Crisis of 2004. Not only supporting disaster relief based activities, but also creating an Asian mutual assistance network. One of the many goals is to establish an international cooperating mechanism towards natural disaster and emergencies within Asia and the Pacific region. The goal is to raise awareness of disaster prevention among individuals and enhance communities’ disaster prevention capabilities through establishing the multi-sectored collaboration of a various organizations.

 

The Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies, is a Sri Lanka-based NGO. With over 15 years of experience in the Humanitarian field, heading partnering many projects we will implement the Capacity Building Project on Community-based Disaster Risk Reduction with the aim of enhancing the disaster management capabilities of local communities in Sri Lanka.

 

WHAT WE DO

Capacity Building Project on Community-based Disaster Risk Reduction is a 3-year programme with the objective of empowering communities in disaster prevention capabilities as well as enhancing their capacities in disaster management.

The CHA and CF, will implement the Capacity Building Project on Community-based Disaster Risk Reduction with the aim of enhancing the disaster management capabilities of local communities in Sri Lanka.