The Disasters and Emergencies Preparedness Programme (DEPP) leverages collaborative advantage, maximising the potential of working together to achieve results at scale.
The programmes relies on achieving five results:
- Improved knowledge and understanding of individuals by sharing best practice for humanitarian preparedness and response.
- Improved preparedness systems for early action with communities at risk of disasters.
- Increased number of coalitions, partnerships and networks which, working together, are able to address humanitarian needs in a wide range of emergency situations.
- Improved institutional arrangements and policy environments so that national systems for humanitarian response and preparedness are better supported and more sustainable.
- Strengthened evidence base for what works to help build humanitarian capacity at scale