Simulación de terremoto en Managua - Dipecho 7 Nicaragua

Simulación de terremoto en Managua - Dipecho 7 Nicaragua

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Protecting communities: malaria prevention - A road to resilience in Southeast Asia

The four-page comic is designed to inform and educate children and the youth about preventing malaria in the community, as the first part of the series of A Road to Resilience in Southeast Asia - Protecting Communities, for community heath advocacy.

Strengthening community resilience: malaria prevention (infographics)

These infographics on malaria prevention highlight the malaria situation in Southeast Asia, provide some facts about mosquitoes and give some recommendations on how to protect yourself and your family.

Learning about earthquakes

This booklet explains the topic of earthquakes addressed to pre-school and kindergarten children. The booklet is produced in the framework of the European project RACCE: Raising Earthquake Awareness & Coping Children's Emotions.

Earthquakes and volcanoes

This book can be used by teachers to create an educational project on earthquakes and volcanoes. The book mostly focuses on children from 5-7 years old. The educational project proposed in this book was created in the framework of the European project entitled: raising earthquake awareness and cooping childrens' emotions.

Educational kit earthquakes and volcanoes

The material available forms part of the educational Kit: earthquakes and volcanoes produced by the European project RACCE: raising earthquake awareeness and cooping childrens' emotions. The educational Kit includes among others: books, activities, videos, presentations, case studies and evaluation material. It is connected with school curricula...

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URGENT and PRACTICAL help for Nepal

Posted by Justin Sharpe on April 26, 2015 at 12:07am 0 Comments

I have just spent a couple of hours mapping a grid area in Nepal, so First Responders and Rescuers know here 

to look and how to get there...especially important in rural areas. Using my laptop I have mapped tracks, footpaths and residential buildings as many main…

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Applications Invited for International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage in Kyoto

Posted by Rohit Jigyasu on March 14, 2015 at 2:28pm 0 Comments

Applications are invited for 10th International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan. Deadline for application is 9th April 2015. Further details and application forms can be accessed from the following website:-

http://www.rits-dmuch.jp/en/project/itc_2015.html

Edu4DRR's Silly Timmy comic to be recognised at WCDRR

Posted by Justin Sharpe on March 14, 2015 at 12:16am 0 Comments

Just an update on the edu4drr comic strip. Following pilot project in Tehran and development with UNESCO Pakistan, the use of the comic as a form of novel and creative media has been recognised by the BBC, GNDR, Netherlands Red Cross and UNISDR and will be shownalong with other projects at a side event next week at the World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction.

Thank you for your submission to the initiative: “Media and communication for Disaster Risk Reduction: Showcasing…
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My presentation as part of a workshop on Transformative Learning

Posted by Justin Sharpe on March 3, 2015 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

Today I made a facilitated a 90 minute workshop on Transformative Learning for enabling adaptation and initiating change for resilience building in disaster threatened communities. This was for the Intergrated Resilience Learning group. The presentation below positions what is meant by Transformational Learning as well as an examination of the process, potential barriers as well as what facilitators and learners may need to do in order for TL to occur. Click on the image below to view the…

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