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There have been many community based projects that tackle disaster risk reduction or preparation. However we are looking for ones that are child-led here. It would be useful if you know of resources created by children, for children such as games, exercises and drills, that have taken part in the community, rather than through formal education.

As with the other pages in the resources area, there is the opportunity to reply and add comments as well as link to or upload resources (although these must be held online somewhere!)

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Comment by Justin Sharpe on May 26, 2009 at 12:25
And for little ones - Dirty Bertie! Great for Catching, Binning and Killing!

DirtyBertiepdf.pdf
Comment by Justin Sharpe on May 24, 2009 at 7:55
NEW Resource!

Hand washing posters for your office/place of work!...Be prepared for battling influenza!

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