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Education is central to building society’s resilience to hazardsDisasters are occurring at an alarming frequency and with increased severity in Asia and the Pacific. Along with climate change related
World Disaster Reduction Campaign
Sample Dominican Republic, Emergency Profile, May 2004
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Next Steps for the 2006-2008 UN/ISDR World Disaster Reduction Campaign Minutes of the Roundtable Discussion held on 10 October 2007 at the Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland in presence of students
The World Education Forum’s Dakar Framework for Action: Education for All (EFA) (UNESCO, 2000) acknowledged that natural hazards pose significant challenges to countries in meeting their EFA goals, and would
Module 1: Introduction to Disaster Risk Reduction in Education Module 2: Localising Disaster Risk Reduction in Education Module 3: Identifying, Assessing and Monitoring Disaster Risks in the Education Sector Module 4: Building a Culture
These materials are provided for informational purposes only, with the aim of assisting organizations in developing emergency preparedness plans. Permission is granted to adapt or reproduce these materials to
The following is a chronological list of important step-by-step actions schools should take before, during and after a pandemic flu outbreak. Pandemic flu can have several cycles or waves so
Plan and World Vision argue that children, who represent 50% of the world’s population, can and do play invaluable roles in planning and implementing disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate