BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN
Monday, December 12, 2011
Representing BDRCS are its Secretary-General Julaini Hj Latip (pictured) and BDRCS District Director for Brunei-Muara, Hj Suhaimi Hj Ibrahim, according to a statement prepared by the non-government organisation (NGO) yesterday.
The forums and meetings will discuss and share respective SEA Red Cross/ Red Crescent Societies' organisational developments and achievements.
It is also held to discuss organisational developments of each society in relation to the following specific issues which covered strategic framework; strategic plans to operational plans; organisational development and its role in emergencies; integrating youth in red cross/ red crescent activities; organisational development and flood operation in Thailand by Thailand Red Cross; and organisational development impact study.
Other discussions include organisational development following respective country's presentation and sharing each SEA Red Cross/ Crescent Plan Activities or Organisational Development for 2012.
The BDRCS was formed in 1997 and is recognised by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, the international humanitarian movement that aims to protect human life and health as part of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the world's largest humanitarian organisation. The Brunei Times -->