Dialogue and Dissent
The Dialogue and Dissent programme (2016-2020) is supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the grant facility Dialogue and Dissent, a strategic partnership for lobby and advocacy.
The programme focuses on strengthening the capacity of civil society organisations to engage in dialogues with stakeholders for better policies, practices and investments. PfR focuses on climate-related natural hazards, whose underlying causes and potential for disasters are often the result of human-induced processes. Stakeholders include CSO's, governments and the private sector. The programme is implemented in 10 countries: Ethiopia, Haiti, Guatemala, Indonesia, India, Kenya, Mali, Philippines, South Sudan, Uganda.
Annual Reports Dialogue and Dissent (2016-2020)
- The Annual report 2019 is available here
- The Annual Report 2018 is available here
- as well as 2018 summary report
- The Annual Report 2017 is available here
- The Annual Report 2016 is available here
- Find the report of the Inception Phase here
Dialogue & Dissent builds on the PfR1 programme: evidence created during the first programme phase is used to show stakeholders the types of policies, practices and investments needed to reduce the impact of disasters.
PfR1 programme: The first programme of the Partners for Resilience (2011-2015) was implemented in 9 countries: Ethiopia, Guatemala, Indonesia, India, Kenya, Mali, Nicaragua, Philippines, Uganda. The programme was funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of the policy framework “Subsidiebeleidskader Medefinancieringstelsel 2011-2015 (MFS-II). The programme focused on reducing the impact of disasters and on strengthening the resilience of local communities.
Reports PfR1 (2011-2015)
- Find the final 2011-2015 impact report here
- Read more about our results in 2015 annual report
- Read more about our results in 2014 annual report
- Read more about our reults in 2013 annual report
- Read more about our results in 2012 annual report
- Read more about results in 2011 annual report
- This publication covers country stories of 5 years of PfR.
- Dialogue and Dissent Strengthening the capacity of civil society to engage in dialogues with stakeholders for improved disaster risk reduction policies, practices, and investments.
- Up-scaling Eco-DRR Increasing communities resilience and reducing disaster risks through ecosystem-based solutions.