Simulación de terremoto en Managua - Dipecho 7 Nicaragua

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Resilient practices: Methodological toolkit from Latin America and Caribbean Region

This document presents a methodology on resilient practices developed by the Community Resilience Project implemented in Latin America and Caribbean region. The methodology consists of four key elements: Disaster Risk Reduction, Violence Risk Reduction, Sustainable Livelihoods approach and Climate Change Adaptation. The objectives of this documents...

A practical guide to making school safer from natural disaster: for school principals and school committee

This practical guideline is developed for school managers and is intended to enable them to perform risk assessment, planning development, and initiate the activities required to establish and implement disaster safe schools, based on the experiences in implementing Safe School Pilot Program implemented by the World Bank in collaboration with the Ministry...

Climada: The open-source Economics of Climate Adaptation (ECA) tool

Climada is an open-source economics of climate adaptation assessment model using state-of-the-art probabilistic modeling, that allows to estimate the expected economic damage, the incremental increase from economic growth and the further incremental increase due to climate change. The economics of climate adaptation methodology as implemented in Climada...

Towards a safer tomorrow

This document presents the Child Centred Climate Change Adaptation (4CA) approach being implemented through a project titled ‘Disaster preparedness and mitigation: build safe and resilient communities' in Dhaka and Barguna district, Bangladesh with funding support from Plan Switzerland National Office. The 4CA works in partnership with children (as...

Humanitarian and country icons 2012

This set of 500 freely available symbols covers everything from natural disasters, such as tsunamis and earthquakes, to relief supplies, such as water containers and shelter kits. It also includes complex humanitarian issues, such as access to people in need and protection of civilians. Countries and territories are also covered. The set of icons is...

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Ask an Expert Session on Preventionweb

Posted by Rohit Jigyasu on August 22, 2014 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Expert of the Week for 25 to 31 August 2014 will answer questions on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage. Those interested can visit the following link:-

http://www.preventionweb.net/askexpert/session/39018

Edu4DRR in the last year

Posted by Justin Sharpe on July 10, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

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If you have not visited for a time because of work commitments, then now is the time to renew your acquaintance with us!…

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Using comic strips to communicate disaster risk

Posted by Justin Sharpe on July 10, 2014 at 1:00pm 2 Comments

Yesterday I gave a presentation to a joint STREVA (Strengthening Risk in Volcanic Areas) and EWF (Earthquakes Without Frontiers) as part of the Increasing Resilience to Natural Hazards initiative at University College…

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Silly Timmy adapted for use in Pakistan

Posted by Justin Sharpe on March 30, 2014 at 5:58pm 0 Comments



As you are probably aware, I created a comic aimed at helping younger children learn about appropriate behaviour and actions, before during and after disaster events called Silly Timmy. It was first published through here and on Facebook and has been translated into other languages,…

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