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Building disaster resilience.

We manage coordination and information exchange during the early stages of sudden onset disasters and provide assistance and support in protracted and emerging crisis.

How we work

Responding quickly and effectively to emergencies is a major strength of Alliance2015 members, who have significant expertise in humanitarian response and disaster risk reduction, ranging from nutrition and food security to health, water and sanitation and social needs such as protection or education.

When a disaster strikes, rapid coordination starts between our members’ respective head offices and on the ground to maximise the speed and efficiency of our response. In a fast-growing number of countries, teams share critical information and develop joint emergency preparedness and response plans.

These helped our teams to prepare and deliver an effective response to the Mosul crisis in Iraq, but also to coordinate their response to floods in Nepal and in Sri Lanka. 

Alliance2015 members are engaged in joint responses in some of the most complex and challenging humanitarian crises such as Mozambique, Venezuela, Bangladesh, Syria, Lebanon, Ethiopia, Iraq, but also provide each other with much needed peer-support in the least publicised humanitarian crises (e.g. the Kasai region in DRC, Yemen, Chad or Central African Republic) where aid does not match the scale of the needs.

Geographical coverage,
to meet needs of affected people.
Response coordination,
to harmonize our services.
Unite forces,
to compete with big players.