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Typhoon Jebi: What makes Japan so good at responding to natural disasters?

Independent 5 September 2018

The strongest typhoon to hit Japan in more than 25 years has left a trail of destruction across the country, shutting down a major international airport and sending cars, roofs and anything else that wasn’t nailed down flying.

Yet despite the chaotic scenes, as Typhoon Jebi moved away off the west coast and winds of up to 100mph died down, Japanese officials counted no more than 11 dead and 600 injured.

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Malawi’s Recovery and Resilience Efforts Have Major Impact on Education

The World Bank 14 March 2018

When floods overwhelmingly overtook Malawi in 2015, families were displaced, livelihoods destroyed, and schools were shut down. Lalanje Primary School in Nsanje, at the southernmost tip of Malawi, was one of the schools shut down by the floods.

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Angola: UNICEF, FAO E ADRA ANTENA HUÍLA E CUNENE REALIZAM VISITA DE MONITORIA NOS GAMBOS

ADRA Angola 26 February 2018

A ADRA - Acção Para o Desenvolvimento Rural e Ambiente é a agência de enquadramento durante a implementação do projecto, que conta com as seguintes componentes nomeadamente: educação, saúde e nutrição; água, saneamento e higiene; protecção à criança e comunicação para o desenvolvimento.

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Millions of East African children at risk of quitting education due to drought, conflict: report

Daily Sabah Africa 16 February 2018

Nearly 5 million children across East African countries risk dropping out of schools due to drought and conflict, Save the Children said in a new report Thursday.

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Accueillir et travailler avec les élèves après l’ouragan Irma

Eduscol 15 November 2017

Les conséquences humaines et matérielles du passage le mercredi 6 septembre 2017 de l’ouragan Irma sur les Antilles ont été considérables, particulièrement sur les îles de Saint-Martin et Saint-Barthélémy. Pour répondre aux besoins qui pourraient s’exprimer dans les écoles et les établissements, suite au retour des élèves en classe, un ensemble de ressources est à disposition des équipes pédagogiques et éducatives. Certaines d’entre elles ont également vocation à être mobilisées sur l’ensemble du territoire français.

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FAO prepara agricultores moçambicanos para mudanças climáticas

África 21 Digital 23 May 2017

O projeto de formação é financiado pelo Fundo Global para o Ambiente (GEF, sigla em inglês) que tem como objetivo explorar diversas abordagens para ajudar os agricultores em práticas de resiliência.

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São Tomé e Príncipe: Formação dos Operadores do CENOE

PNUD São Tomé e Príncipe 5 May 2017

“Realizou-se de 10 a 14 de abril no Centro de formação Profissional Brasil/São Tomé e Príncipe, a formação em comunicação destinada aos Operadores do Centro Operacional de Emergia, CENOE, umas das estruturas base do Conselho Nacional de Preparação e Respostas as Catástrofes, CONPREC.”

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ASEAN working together as One in making children in schools and communities resilient to disaster

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies 21 February 2017

On 14 and 15 February, key government officials from the Ministries of Education and National Disaster Management Offices of the 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Member States and other active stakeholders came together at the 2nd ASEAN Regional Conference on School Safety in Bangkok. The Conference was co-organized by ASEAN, ASEAN Safe Schools Initiative (ASSI) Consortium and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).

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Crisis Alert App: One Step Closer To Better Understanding Crises

Assessment Capacities Project 19 January 2017

Over the past seven years, the mission of ACAPS has evolved, and it is now a key player in providing independent needs analysis. Our team of analysts and editors works tirelessly to monitor more than 40 key crises, reporting on any possible change that might impact the humanitarian situation.

Last year, we presented a new website which enables us to present overviews by country – including key figures and priorities – as well as sectoral analysis for each crisis.

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Haiti: Hurricane Matthew - Situation Report

Relief Web 26 December 2016

On 19 and 20 December, the Secretariat of the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) approved two project proposals for CERF Rapid Response grants worth just over US$ 3.5 million. The proposals focus on the rapid restoration of safe education services, the provision of protection assistance to the most vulnerable people evicted from public schools where they had temporarily sought refuge and lifesaving shelter and basic assistance in areas of return.

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Dubai Cares announces new programme in Nepal

Emirates 24/7 News 7 December 2016

As part of its Education in Emergencies strategy, which consists of providing children the opportunity to learn and cope during and after crises, Dubai Cares has officially announced a 3-year programme known as ‘Post-Earthquake Recovery Efforts for Education in Nepal’ in partnership with Room to Read.

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Angola: Professores recebem formação sobre práticas de alto impacto em períodos de emergência

UNICEF Angola 19 October 2016

Realiza-se desde o dia 18 de Outubro a formação de professores sobre “Redução de riscos e calamidades nas escolas e arredores”. Realizada por 9 equipas, terá a duração de 3 dias visando atingir 225 professores dos municípios de Luanda, Belas, Cazenga, Viana e Cacuaco.

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Japan offers lessons on value of integrating disaster management in school curriculum

InterAksyon 28 July 2016

Philippine education officials visiting Japan were given a lesson on the value of integrating disaster management in the school curriculum.

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Educate A Child signs agreement with United World Schools to reach over 33,000 children in Cambodia,

Flexible Learning Strategies 12 July 2016

Educate A Child (EAC), a programme of the Qatar based Education Above All Foundation (EAA), has signed a three year agreement with United World Schools (UWS), a UK registered charity, to provide quality primary education to over 33,000 out of school children across remote and marginalised communities in Cambodia, Myanmar and Nepal.

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Thousands Of Schools Ruined By Disasters, Leaving Kids Without Education

Huffington Post 20 June 2016

BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From earthquakes in Nepal to flooding in Myanmar, disasters damage or destroy thousands of schools leaving hundreds of thousands of children unable to go to class, yet education is often overlooked in humanitarian responses, a charity said. Deadly earthquakes in Nepal last year damaged or destroyed more than 8,200 schools, leaving 870,000 children without classrooms.

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