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Supporting the humanitarian and development sectors to implement regenerative change.

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A Coalition

Bringing together field practitioners, policy makers, educators, community leaders and humanitarian and development workers. Sharing skills and experiences to grow the influence and impact of regeneration in the humanitarian and development sectors.


What is Re-Alliance?

What is Re-Alliance? Who are the members of the international network? Find out about our origins, and the work we do.


Learnings from the field

Read about regeneration in practice from many of our partners around the world.


Videos and webinars

Hear directly from regenerative practitioners, through our videos, member profiles and webinars.

What is Re-Alliance?
What is Re-Alliance?

What is Re-Alliance?

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Re-Alliance | Why Regenerative Design?

Re-Alliance | Why Regenerative Design?

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Re-Alliance | What is Regeneration?

Re-Alliance | What is Regeneration?

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Join our membership

As part of our network, whether a grassroots practitioner or a member of an international NGO or Aid organisation,  you will have access to dynamic knowledge, a vibrant and active community of experts, and a wealth of opportunities for collaboration. Our membership is open to all. The only requirements are an interest, understanding or expertise in regenerative design, experience in the humanitarian and/or development sectors, and a willingness to comply with our code of conduct and policies.

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For inspiring stories from our network of practitioners around the globe, to learning about how to integrate regenerative design into humanitarian and development contexts, sign up to our newsletter below.


• Building a body of successful projects to communicate
the effectiveness, authenticity, and value of regenerative work

• Providing an environment for mutual learning and support amongst those active in the field

• Facilitating the collection, production, and presentation
of evidence and stories from the field

• Examining the intersection between the humanitarian and development fields, promoting innovative, community-led
regenerative principles and practices