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Sustaining Relief with Development

ISBN13: 9780792321637
ISBN: 0792321634
Published: June 1995
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £171.00

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The collection of papers in this book was written over the period 1989-92. Many of them are based on talks given on behalf of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Part I draws together papers within the theme of relief and sustainable development, and covers such issues as disaster prevention and preparedness; research and training; institution building and changing attitudes to economic growth; structural adjustment; and development.;Part II focuses on the theme of partnerships for development cooperation. It incorporates the ""principles and rules"" drawn up by the International Federation, as well as supplementary briefing materials and periodic working papers on the implementation record of these guidelines.;Part III develops ideas about the ""life cycle"" of projects and raises questions about the appropriateness of technology, how to address basic needs, how to build up local capacities and how to ensure the humanitarian purposes of the Red Cross and Red Crescent infuse the design and operation of RC projects.;This book should be of interest to all those working in non-governmental organizations, ministries and other agencies in the fields of disaster relief and sustainable development, as well as to staff and volunteers within the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.

Abbreviations and Acronyms. Part I From relief towards sustainable development: a profile of the Red Cross and Red Crescent; perspectives on development and NGOs; the Red Cross and development?; results oriented management - some Red Cross perspectives; technical cooperation and developing countries; relief, development and the environment; research, training and institutional memory; designs for decision-making; on appeals and funds for development cooperation; on development and the Canadian Red Cross; from Rio towards a green plan for the Red Cross and Red Crescent. Part II Development cooperation in the Red Cross and Red Crescent: partners in development; principles and rules for Red Cross and Red Crescent development cooperation; briefing document on the PRDC; on monitoring development cooperation. Part III Projects for relief and development: what is a Red Cross and Red Crescent project?.