Making a Change to our Planet

With various communities involved, we are committed to making the planet a better one.

Find out how you can help, with many of our resources free to read, download and inspire. We hope you are part of the change with us.

Strut Safe is a UK-wide phone line, to make sure you get home safe.

Strut Safe is a volunteer-operated and non-judgemental support line. We will stay on the phone with you until you arrive safely at your destination, no matter where you are going or where you have come from.We stand in solidarity with marginalised people and are unaligned with the police. We provide kindness and reassurance to anyone who needs it during their travels.

REAP Framework for Action

The Framework for Action of the Risk-informed Early Action Partnership outlines the roadmap to meeting our four ambitious targets. It also forms the basis for monitoring and measuring progress and success of the Partnership between now and 2025. Most crucially, the Framework for Action is intended to be a catalyst for further commitment, investment and progress in the early action agenda.

REAP Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework (v. 2.0, 2024)

The REAP Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework describes all the key facets required for the effective monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) of REAP’s approach and performance towards its targets and beyond. MEL activity for REAP involves performance reporting, assessment of the effectiveness and efficiency of REAP implementation including over the long term, and assessments of the relevance, effectiveness, coherence, efficiency, impact, and sustainability in REAP achievements.

The two central building blocks upon which the REAP MEL Framework rests are its Theory of Change (ToC) and Results Framework, which together provide a strategic overview of REAP. The REAP ToC provides the conceptual framework that explains how and why REAP is expected to achieve its intended outcomes and impact goals, based on the key causal pathways arising from REAP’s activities and outputs and the assumptions underlying these causal connections. The REAP Results Framework presents the indicators REAP will track. To provide for a stronger and more holistic understanding of REAP’s progress, the indicators are directly linked to the result areas described in its ToC.

The MEL framework was developed through a systematic review and analysis of REAP documentations as well as early warning-early action literature, interviews with the REAP Secretariat and Partners, and two workshops with the REAP Secretariat. This process highlighted the value created by the Partnership, the barriers encountered, current and planned approaches to early warning-early action, and models for sustainability. The first draft of the MEL Framework was reviewed by selected REAP Partners and the members of the REAP Board. Following two years of implementation, the MEL Framework was revisited based on a clearer understanding of the causal pathways that will enable REAP to achieve its mission. REAP’s Technical Advisory Group were consulted on proposed amendments in November 2023, and the MEL Framework has been updated based on feedback received.

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