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People in DRR (Audio Podcast)

Total number of documents: 14
  Title Speaker(s) Date
On disaster risk reduction efforts in Fiji

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Joeli Cawaki, Director of the National Disaster Management Office, Fiji3 Nov 2009
On the SNAP for DRR and CCA in the Maldives

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Mr Murthala Didi, Director, NDMC, Maldives2 Sep 2009
On the shift from disaster relief to disaster reduction in Sri Lanka

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Ms Nanditha Hettitantri, Research Specialist for Sri Lanka, Oxfam6 Feb 2009
On teaching and advocating for disaster risk reduction curricula, and how to engage teachers and students through online media

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Justin Sharpe, UK school teacher and disaster risk reduction advocate21 Nov 2008
On the next steps and lessons learnt from teaching DRR in Iran

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Yasamin O Izadkhah, IIEES, Iran26 Sep 2008
On the International Disaster and Risk Conference, Davos 2008

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Walter Ammann24 Aug 2008
On the challenges of moving from a culture of response to a culture of prevention

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Ronald Jackson, Director of ODPEM Jamaica7 Jul 2008
On lessons learned from earthquakes in Japan.

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Professor Yoshiaki Kawata, 2007 Sasakawa Award recipient16 May 2008
On community-level capacity building and leadership

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Ms Mani Mekalai, Panchayat community leader10 Mar 2008
On the use of geoinformatics and bridging communication gaps, an interview from the June 2007 Global Platform

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Ms Andiswa Mlisa15 Feb 2008

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