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Cameroon: Advice from the Minister of State, Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralization to all pupils, for protection against risks and disasters

Source(s):  Ministère de l'Administration Territoriale et Décentralisation (MINATD)

This document features 10 tips which aim to ensure a secure behaviour and the improvement of a risk prevention culture amongst the population of Cameroon. Initially written for the International Day of the Prevention of Disasters in 2007 under the theme "the reduction of the risks of disasters begins at school", it has been republished for the celebration of the International Civil Defense Day on the first of March, 2010.

Format

Format Printed documents
Sub-format Brochure, Flyer, Handout, Information card
Number of pages/running time 1 p.

Target audiences

Primary

Group: Adults

Sub-group: Community activists, decision-makers or opinion-leaders

Additional information

Published in Cameroon



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  • Title in Original Language Cameroun: Les 10 conseils du Ministre d'Etat, Ministre de l'Administration Téritoriale et de la Décentralisation à l'élève pour se protéger contre les risques et les catastrophes
  • Year of publication 2010
  • Language(s) English, French
  • Price Unknown

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