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Webinar: Child-centred risk reduction impacts on household safety

Source(s):  Save the Children International (SCI)

Ever wondered which parts of child-centred risk reduction programs create the greatest impact on household safety? Listen in to this webinar to understand more about Child-centred Risk Reduction programs’ impact on household safety, a toolkit that captures the direct impact of learning initiatives on household safety, and the results from testing this toolkit in India, Bangladesh, and China. Recommendations are made on how to use and improve the toolkit. Save the Children is proud to present this webinar, as part of a webinar series on urban Child-Centred Risk Reduction (CCRR) and School Safety research, sponsored by the C&A Foundation and C&A..

This webinar is part of a package of research products on this topic: Research Report, Summary Research Report, Evaluation Toolkit and Research-into-Practice Brief and Summary.

Format

Format Multimedia and Websites
Sub-format Other
Number of pages/running time 00:55:16

Target audiences

Primary

Group: Adults

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




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  • Year of publication 2018
  • Author(s) Erin Crocetti, Matalena Tofa, Marla Petal
  • Language(s) English
  • Price Free

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