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Webinar: Scalable approaches, methods, and tools for child-centred risk reduction and resilience

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

Save the Children is proud to present this webinar, as part of a webinar series on urban Child-Centred Risk Reduction (CCRR) and Comprehensive School Safety (CSS) research, sponsored by the C&A Foundation and C&A. Listen in to understand what makes an effective, scalable, and sustainable CCRR programme. This webinar covers the definition and measuring of scalability, and uncovers which factors contribute the most to effective scaling up. Listen in to learn what CCRR initiatives are the most appropriate to scale-up.

This webinar is part of a package of research products on this topic: Research Report, Summary Research Report, Research-into-Practice Brief and Summary, and Toolkit: Scalability Assessment and Planning (SAP).


Format Multimedia and Websites
Sub-format Other
Number of pages/running time 00:48:44

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Group: Adults

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

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  • Year of publication 2018
  • Author(s) Lezlie C. Morinière, Marilise Turnbull, Isabelle Bremaud, Hannah Vaughan-Lee, Vani Xaxa, Syeda Abida Farheen
  • Language(s) English
  • Price Free

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