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Dear Joy, we have tried this kit both with children and teachers. Children enjoy the game a lot and want to continue playing. It also meets the purpose of teaching children about disasters. Some modifications are made in the question cards to introduce local disasters. It can be easily played with students of different levels and grades by appropriate selection of cards.
The only constrain is time because sometimes it takes long to finish the game.

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At 7:55 on July 4, 2009, Alinawaz M Nanjee said…
Hi Rashmi!!
I am x employee of CEE.. and currently working with Focus Humanitarian in URI Jammu & Kashmir School Safety Initiative... before kashmir i had worked in gujarat on school safety. i will be in kashmir till july end. Stay in touch
Ali
 
 
 

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