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Oshikoto region is exposed to many hazards that include hydrometeor logical hazards particularly floods droughts and wild fires as well as epidemiological hazards mostly acute watery diarrhea and malaria outbreaks.
The region is prone to various disasters such as flood, veld fire and drought. It has been flooded for the past two years due to the tremendous rainfall received compared
In recent years the Region has be prone to recurrent droughts, floods, and veldt fires, human and animal diseases. The Cuvelai ecological area of the Region is characterized by thousands
Ohangwena region home to 261171 people borders Angola on the northern part, Kavango region in the east, Oshana and Oshikoto regions in the west and south respectively. Recent disaster trends
This report reviews child-focused and child-led disaster risk reduction approaches and techniques. It documents a number of case studies across a range of interventions, dividing these into three main areas:
International Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction into Education Sector in Latin American and Caribbean, Santiago de Chile, 1 – 3 March 2010
The CSS framework is intended to advance the goals of the Worldwide Initiative for Safe Schools and the Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector,
This tool provides key concepts, guidelines and case studies aimed at equipping people with the knowledge to discuss the importance of children’s participation in disaster risk reduction. The guidelines
The document is aimed at authorities, teachers, technicians and co-operating institutions working on the issues of risk reduction in the educational sector. The document aims to prompt reflection on what
As children are known to be the most vulnerable to disasters, Save the Children Sweden (a child-focused NGO - as suggested by its name) initiated in mid-2006 a school project