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At 1:37 on March 23, 2010, Paul Aitken said…
Hello Again Kani - It looks like I will now be coming to Jakarta in early May 10-12 and hope to meet wiht some DRR contacts then. I hope to be meeting with people from ASEAN, BNPB, and AIFDR. Perhaps you and I could make contact to talk about your programmes at that time as well?
Let me know if that would be possible.
At 21:37 on February 9, 2010, Paul Aitken said…
Hello Dani,
Paul here from New Zealand. My company has been involved in supporting DRR education in New Zealand ( and other countries) for the past few years- we developed a major school teaching and learning resource for our Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management called' What's the Plan Stan' (See our website I am part of a natural hazards group here that has been supporting DRR in indonesia (mostly in the engineering field). We recently had a visit from some people from Gadjah Mada University and they were interested in our work in DRR education. I may be in your country in late March and would be interested to meet with educators and government policy makers working in the DRR area. Could you suggest any contacts that I might be able to connect with if I come to your country?
Paul Aitken
At 1:15 on January 30, 2010, Prasetio Wijaksono said…
HaLo... Sae

are you friend of Nina Fujiyabashi from Seed Asia??? I'm her DRR consultant when we worked togeher in Jogja.
i'm curious with DRR education that you do in Indonesia, especially in Jogja, can you share to me what have you done??

At 11:20 on April 13, 2009, Justin Sharpe said…
I am writing a paper on the mechanism of training teachers /educators for disaster preparation and am arguing that there is not really a mechanism as such but that a mixture of good resources, innovative tools and teaching techniques and the engagement of teachers with the topic is the most important facet to effective teacher training that will make a positive impact on disaster prevention education. What do your experiences tell you? I would like to hear from another perspective and if you can point me to any literature I would be grateful! Thanks!

At 8:48 on April 13, 2009, Hiroshi Kawamura said…
Dear Sae:

I wish this finds you well.

Please allow me to invite you to the 2nd Phuket Conference to be held on 12-13 May 2009 in Phuket.
Will send you the program soon but I need to know if you are available or not on those dates.


At 9:19 on November 23, 2008, Marla Petal said…
we're exploring these tools. This site will be focussed on teachers network and sharing teaching experiences and tools. The soon to be launched COGSS-DPE site will cover all of COGSS-DPE working groups - but imagine there will be fair amount of crossover. In addition to "educational materials" please also see Together those will be central places for collecting/sharing tools.



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