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DRR in education: good practices and new approaches

Source(s):  United Nations Children's Fund (Global Headquarters, New York) (UNICEF)

This report examines advances made in promoting a culture of preparedness through disaster risk reduction (DRR) initiatives. The work conducted by national counterparts and UNICEF represent strong building blocks to promote more comprehensive changes at the policy level and strengthen resilience in the everyday lives of children, families, schools and the communities they serve. This report also looks at good practices achieved in often financially resource-poor situations and politically and socially complex environments. The practices developed to create awareness are supported by a range of learning materials and multimedia that facilitate the dissemination of knowledge and education on disaster risk reduction.

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  • DRR in education: good practices and new approaches
  • Publication date 2013
  • Number of pages 52 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 9789967114135

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