Resilience Global works with nations vulnerable to disasters, providing them with direct support before, during and after critical events. For the private sector we work to protect lives and increase their resilience. With the military, NGOs, the private sector and academia, we conduct joint research, training, liaison, mentoring and response operations
Our approach spans all phases of risk, resilience, crisis and disaster management, from preparation to response, and recovery and review.
We understand that actions taken across each of these phases are linked and that activities from strategic and policy level, through operational and on the ground, must be integrated.
We work to the highest levels of governance and professionalism, holding ISO:9001 (2015) Quality and Risk Management certification, with highly competent and experienced teams drawn from diverse sectors: military, emergency services, the private sector, government agencies, academics and NGO practitioners.
With governments faced with natural disasters, we support National Disaster Management Agencies (NDMAs) with the long-term goal of increasing resilience. These activities span advising on national disaster preparedness plans, through to supporting the coordination of a national or international humanitarian response, joint training with response agencies, and audit and review following an event. Learn more about how we work with governments.
Resilience Global runs comprehensive risk management programmes for businesses. We ensure that risk policy set at the strategic level, aligns with real business and operational needs. We identify and reduce risks in operations worldwide, conducting British Standards Institute-certified audits of past events, and, if the worst happens, provide response teams in the event of a crisis or disaster. Read more about how we work with the private sector.
The NGO community, whether domestic within a disaster-prone country or international, is a critical part of disaster preparedness, response and recovery. Resilience Global works in support of the affected nation to help with the coordination of any NGO response. In addition, we conduct joint training and exercises with partner NGOs. Find out more about how we partner with the NGO community.
It is the role of academic institutions to understand trends and causal factors in past events and to develop recommendations for the future, as well as train the next generation of specialists. Resilience Global works in long-term partnerships with some of the world’s leading academic institutions to better understand disasters - the factors that cause them, and the short and long-term impacts of disaster risk management actions. Read more about our academic partnerships.
In many disaster events worldwide, domestic or foreign militaries are some of the primary and most significant response agencies. In order for response coordination to be effective when it is needed most, Resilience Global develops partnerships with militaries in disaster-prone nations. We participate in joint training and exercises, to ensure that our efforts are aligned in a real-world event. Read more about how Resilience Global works with militaries.
We proactively work across all of the sectors who work in disaster risk reduction and response: governments, the private sector, academia, NGOs and militaries. We bring these sectors together through the Crisis and Disaster Resilience Alliance (CaDRA). CaDRA is a Resilience Global initiative that fosters resilience and builds capacity by uniting and empowering dynamic organisations who work in and around any of the phases of Disaster Risk Reduction and Response (DRR&R).
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