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Emergency backpack

Source(s):  Serviço Municipal de protecção Civil (SMPC)

In Portuguese:

Mochila de emergência, que todas as familias devem ter em cadsa, adequada às suas necessidades, a ser usada em situação de emergência, nomeadamente, sismo, evacuação, etc.


Format Multimedia and Websites
Sub-format CD-ROM  •  Web pages

Target audiences


Group: Adults

Educational usage

reading level Pictorial
educational usage Extra-curricular/Informal
Extra Curricular Architecture/Engineering/Construction  •  Careers  •  Civics  •  Civil Protection / Civil Defense  •  Disaster Management

Additional information

Published in Portugal

Dissemination history


Stategy: As part of training programme

Grade level: All

Country Portugal
School All schools with jurisdiction
Community Single city
Setting Urban/Suburban
Recipients Preschool children  •  Primary school children  •  Secondary school children  •  Post-secondary, vocational education students  •  Adults (general community, including parents)  •  Disaster managers, professionals, government employees  •  Teachers or instructors  •  Especial people with disabilities  •  Especially women

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  • Title in Original Language Mochila de emergência
  • Year of publication 2014
  • Language(s) Portuguese
  • Price Unknown

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