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At 4:11 on September 27, 2012, emmerando martin p. cruz said…

hi Prasetio, 

good to see your photos that tell of you being prepared and making others feel safe if disaster strikes. i too develop the same training activity in my school that i've also shared in some schools in my locality as well as neighboring city, if feel so good know many of us shared a common thought.

keep up the good work and be safe.

At 17:02 on January 29, 2010, kaplianlal thangluai said…
good to see your photos in action. School is the best place to start since they would be a responsible citizen tomorrow. its important that we inculcate the concept early.
Keep posting new events and activities
At 21:41 on January 27, 2010, Paul Aitken said…
Hello Prasetio,
I work for an education provider in New Zealand and we jhave specialised in developing and implementing school based disaster risk reduction education. Have a look at our website www.educating.co.nz . I am also part of a natural hazards cluster group here in New Zealand and we have been involved in earthquake recovery work in Padang, although mainly engineering work so far. wwe would also like to explore possibilities for providing support for earthquake and other disaster risk reduction education in schools. I would be interested in building connections with people already provding school level programmes in Inodnesia to find out what is being provided already and what gaps exist as well as any information about challenges and opporunities for expanding provision.
I'd be happy to hear more about what you are doig and what you know about what is provided inschools in Indonesia.
Cheers
Paul
At 9:13 on March 23, 2009, Justin Sharpe said…
Hi Prasetio,
Welcome to edu4drr! Thanks for uploading your photographs of the drill! I wondered if you could share some of your experiences either in a blog post or in reply to the drills/planning page under the 'resources' tab above! Any advice or even a description of what went on and its successes would be much appreciated! Thank you!
 
 
 

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