REAP aims to make 1 billion people safer from disaster by 2025, by undertaking activities that enable a systemic shift to early action becoming the norm, and advocating for a 'whole-of' approach, i.e. equally involving climate, development, humanitarian, finance and other relevant government Ministries and departments, as well as non-State actors in these communities.
Any country, organisation or initiative may join the Partnership, if it shares REAP’s ambition and identifies actions or makes commitments towards achieving REAP’s targets. These may be either directly through its own activities, or indirectly by supporting the work of REAP and its Partners.
REAP aims to build a network of networks across communities, levels and contexts. If you are interested in supporting our work, please review the full list of REAP's current Partners and identify any whose networks you already belong to, then initiate an internal discussion about how you can best contribute to the ongoing work of REAP.
If you do not currently engage with any existing Partners, the following networks may be of interest: the Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction (GNDR), the International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA), the START Network or the Arab Network for Environment and Development.
Prospective Partners not able to join an existing network are invited to submit the letter of intent together with their logo to the REAP Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org confirming their desire to join REAP as a Partner and identifying specific actions and commitments that contribute to the achievement of REAP’s targets.