Voices for Resilience. Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction
Between 2014 and 2018, civil society organisations in 22 different countries held structured conversations
with 14,282 people from local communities, local civil society organisations, and local governments across
diverse risk contexts. These participants reflected on their knowledge of critical shocks, their experiences
of barriers to reducing risk, and what they identify as the most effective steps to address these obstacles.
This information has been coded and collated into a global database that can be accessed and analysed
by anyone. Civil society organisations have worked with communities to use the findings to develop
local action plans and work with governments to bring about changes in national priorities, services, and
systems. This document contains an analysis of case studies collected throughout the programme, with the aim of outlining key success factors in advocacy, action and coalition building using local evidence.
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