Partners

The Risk-informed Early Action Partnership is open to all countries, organisations and initiatives that share its ambition for making 1 billion people safer from disasters, and for identifying actions or commitments that will drive progress towards the Partnership's 4 Targets.

As Partners, we represent donor and climate-vulnerable countries, UN and other major international organisations, civil society, and the private sector. 15 Member States and 24 additional Partners came together in 2019 to create our Partnership, and since then we have continued to grow a diverse membership. 

Why our Partnership?

By joining the Partnership, Partners gain access to a global network of expertise to support their work across the full value chain of Early Warning Early Action interventions. Partners benefit from a platform - the Marketplace - to showcase their achievements and profile their commitments. The Marketplace also facilitates the exchange of knowledge and solutions and fosters greater collaboration and new partnerships, by bringing together the capacities and unique capabilities of the climate, development, hydrometeorological and humanitarian communities.

If you are interested in joining the Partnership, we invite you to submit a Letter of Intent together with your official Logo to the REAP Secretariat reap.secretariat@ifrc.org. The Letter of Intent is an opportunity for you, not only to confirm your commitment to working in partnership, but also to identifying concrete actions and commitments that you are undertaking which contribute to the achievement of the 4 Targets.

List of REAP partners

People's Republic of Bangladesh

Belize

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark

Arab Republic of Egypt

Ministry of Economy of Fiji

Republic of Finland

French Republic

Federal Republic of Germany

Republic of Ireland

Jamaica

Ministry of the Environment, Government of Japan

Principality of Liechtenstein

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Republic of Malawi

Government of Nepal, Ministry of Home Affairs, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority

Kingdom of Norway

Saint Lucia

Government of Sweden

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

UK Met Office

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

Green Climate Fund (GCF)

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) Local Climate Adaptive Living (LoCAL) Facility

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA)

World Food Programme (WFP)

World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

Adaptation Research Alliance (ARA)

The African Centre of Meteorological Applications for Development (ACMAD)

African Risk Capacity (ARC)

Anticipation Hub

The Arab Network for Environment and Development (RAED)

BBC Media Action

BRAC International

Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)

Centre for Disaster Protection (CDP)

Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) Initiative

Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

E Co. Ltd.

Global Heat Health Information Network (GHHIN)

Global Water Partnership (GWP)

Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction (GNDR)

Global Resilience Partnership (GRP)

GOAL Global

Group on Earth Observations (GEO)

GSMA Mobile for Development

Howden Group

IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (ICPAC)

Insurance Development Forum (IDF)

International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)

The International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA)

International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

MapAction

Mercy Corps

Nexus Somalia NGO Consortium

OurLoop Stichting

Overseas Development Institute (ODI)

Pacific Disaster Center (PDC)

Practical Action

Resurgence

Save the Children

START Network

Tearfund

Tonkin + Taylor International

The UCL Warning Research Centre