RedR works in partnership with a number of different aid agencies and other professional organisations to improve emergency response and make a valuable contribute to disaster relief programmes around the world.
A4ID is a UK charity that facilitates free legal assistance to civil society organisations, developing country governments, social enterprises and others endeavouring to achieve the Millenium Development Goals from every part of the world. If needed, RedR receives legal advice from them.
The Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) is the annual global event for the humanitarian aid and development sectors, comprising an exhibition with integrated workshop sessions and side events. It is a leading platform for communication, coordination and partnership between aid agencies, UN organisations, business and government. It provides opportunities to address challenges to enhance best practice, cross-sector collaboration and effectiveness. RedR exhibits at the event and contributes workshop sessions.
RedR has supported two RedR members, Linda Richardson and Gill Price, in the production of the All in Diary - a practical resource for aid workers in the field.
Architecture Sans Frontières-UK (ASF-UK) is a UK registered charity, concerned with education and training in the development sector. ASF-UK’s primary objective is to make global agenda issues, in particular those impacting on disadvantaged and vulnerable people, integral to the practice and teaching of architecture. RedR recently teamed up with ASF UK to hold a series of talks, delivered by world-renowned experts, which explored the impact that we are having on the environment and our fellow man.
Bioforce is a leading French provider of training programmes - from short-term courses to Masters level degrees - for experienced relief workers and those interested in getting into the humanitarian and development sector. RedR is working with Bioforce on joint projects.
RedR has been running the Learning Support and Capacity Building programme in Sri Lanka since 2005, providing training and advice in response to the devastation caused by the tsunami, in affiliation with the Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK) - CILT(UK) - is the independent professional body for individuals associated with logistics, supply chains and transport throughout their careers. Humanitarian and Emergency Logistics Professionals (HELP) is a forum within the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT UK). It is a group of dedicated logistics and transport practitioners who want to raise the professional status and enhance the professionalism of humanitarian logistics. CILT has been working with RedR to approve and support its Field Logistics in Emergencies course.
Engineers Without Borders is a student-led charity that focuses on removing barriers to development through engineering. Its programmes provide opportunities for young engineers in the UK to learn about technology's role in development. RedR works with EWB UK to provide development placements overseas for young engineers as a first step towards getting into disaster relief work.
Gibb Africa is an engineering consultancy firm that has donated office space to RedR in Nairobi for RedR to use when it has programmes in the region.
The Logistics Learning Alliance Ltd (LLA) is a specialist training and skills development company working with people in the Supply Chain and logistics sectors. We offer range of programmes for both commercial and humanitarian organisations, delivered in-house, through distance learning or through a blend of the two. We deliver the HLA/CILT Certification programmes for humanitarian logisticians – ensuring that personnel in supply chain management and the logistics functions are professionally prepared and qualified for the support of humanitarian operations.
Mango are a UK charity which exists to help aid agencies and NGOs work more effectively through the strengthening of their financial management. They provide training, networking opportunities and consultancy.
Oxford Brookes is a leading UK university which runs a Postgraduate course in Development and Emergency Practice. In the first step of a partnership with RedR, Oxford Brookes University has credit-rated three of RedR's courses, meaning participants who pass these courses gain credits towards postgraduate study.
Science for Humanity matches scientific capability to human need and solves humanitarian problems that require scientific solutions. The charity develops innovative solutions for the poorest communities where help is most needed and where science can have the most impact.
Transaid is an international development agency which seeks to reduce poverty and improve quality of life through providing better access to basic services such as health, education and economic opportunities in Africa and other parts of the developing world. By working with the UK transport and logistics industry, Transaid builds local skills and knowledge to make transport safer, cheaper and more effective.