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Preparing for disasters: drought - A road to resilience to Southeast Asia

Source(s):  International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

This educational comic for children and youth focuses on drought, issued as part of a series of comics covering 7 hazards (drought, earthquake, fire, flood, hygiene promotion, tsunami, typhoon and cyclones). The purpose of the series is to contribute to the preparedness for disasters among the youth in Southeast Asia.

The comics are also available in Burmese, Thai, Vietnamese, Laotian, Khmer and Tetum.

Format

Format Printed documents
Sub-format Brochure, Flyer, Handout, Information card
Number of pages/running time 4 p.

Target audiences

Primary

Group: Children

Educational usage

reading level Educational (primary reading level)
educational usage Curricular/Formal
Curricular Disaster Management

Additional information

Published in Thailand

Dissemination history

Scale 25,000 - 50,000
Strategy

Stategy: As part of curriculum

Country Cambodia  •  Lao People's Democratic Republic  •  Myanmar  •  Thailand  •  Timor-Leste  •  Viet Nam
School Some schools with jurisdiction
Community Several provinces/states
Setting Urban/Suburban
Recipients Primary school children  •  Secondary school children  •  Disaster managers, professionals, government employees



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  • Year of publication 2012
  • Language(s) English, Burmese, Khmer, Lao, Thai, Vietnamese
  • Price Free

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