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Get ready for the earthquake

Source(s):  Earthquake Planning and Protection Organization (EPPO)

This poster was created by the Hellenic Earthquake Planning and Protection Organization and is addressed to the general public and other target groups such as teachers and students. The poster provides illustrated tips and guidelines on earthquake protection issues.


Format Printed documents

Target audiences


Group: Adults

Educational usage

reading level Educational (secondary reading level)
educational usage Extra-curricular/Informal
Extra Curricular Architecture/Engineering/Construction  •  Careers

Additional information

Published in Greece

Dissemination history

Scale 100,001 - 250,000

Stategy: Stand alone (general distribution)  •  As part of training programme

Country Greece
School All schools with jurisdiction
Community National
Recipients Primary school children  •  Secondary school children  •  Post-secondary, vocational education students  •  Adults (general community, including parents)  •  Teachers or instructors
Penetration 95%

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  • Title in Original Language Προετοιμάσου από Τώρα για τον Σεισμό
  • Year of publication 2017
  • Author(s) Kourou, Dr. A.; Ioakimidou, A.; Mokos, Dr. V.
  • Language(s) English, Greek, Modern (1453- )
  • Price Free

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