UNISDR and UNICEF have together produced an educational kit for children called “Let’s learn to prevent disasters!”. It includes the board game “Riskland” whereby players learn about what they can do to reduce disaster impacts by answering questions and advancing along the board’s winding path.This booklet aims to provide the educational community and children with an innovative and interactive tool for risk management. Every decade, disasters cause the death of a million people and leave several millions more homeless. Economic losses caused by natural disasters have tripled in the past 30 years. Working together continually as a community can help reduce the impact of disasters. Children play a very important role in doing this. How? By:
- Carrying out school activities about this issue with the participation of the community.
- Teaching their families and community about natural hazards and encouraging them to take preventive measures.
- Helping to establish a real and long-lasting “culture of prevention”, both through action and new attitudes.
|Format||Games, Activities, Exercises|
|Number of pages/running time||23 p. + a plate, rules of the game, playing cards|
Sub-group: Secondary school age (12-18 years)
Sub-group: Community activists, decision-makers or opinion-leaders