May 2009 Blog Posts (2)

Return of the IDPs (to the Places of their Orogin) living in Tent Villages after October 8th 2005 Earthquake in Hazara and AJK- IDP Children's Views on the Return

When government of Pakistan declared that all the camps will be closed by 31st of march and all the IDPs have to return back to their places of origin, All the IDPs including children showed mixed reactions. Our child protection monitors who as part of UNHCR and UNICEF monitoring team were collecting the information about EVIs tried to convince the IDPs to return to their villages if they do not belong to the category of people who find it impossible to go back to their villages due to… Continue

Added by Tania on May 24, 2009 at 17:05 — No Comments

Dirty Bertie has revolting habits...



Great new resource from the NHS (National Health Service) aimed at getting younger children to wash their hands, these can be used as posters or as stories to share with the class! Good to see this here in the UK! BUT...Do you know of anything similar? If so upload it to this blog post...I would love to see examples from your country!



The pdf file of this poster/comic can be… Continue

Added by Justin Sharpe on May 24, 2009 at 8:31 — No Comments

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Take care toolkit

Take Care is a European-wide project aiming to enhance the resilience of children and young people to disasters, and enable disaster responders to meet children and young people’s needs more effectively. The programme is based on the belief that collaborating with children and communities will help build children’s resilience and...

I am safe. We are safe: A children's guidebook to our rights to survive, adapt to and recover from emergencies and disasters

This guidebook is intended for boys and girls aged 10 to 17 years old and will teach children their rights, specifically in situations of emergency and disaster, and will help children participate in reducing the dangers they face.The illustrations will help children learn what they can do, and what should be done for them by their parents, teachers,...

MyCoast New South Wales study: Teachers study guide

In 2019, the University of New South Wales commissioned a study titled 'MyCoast NSW study: New South Wales community perceptions of coastal erosion and inundation'. It was used to create a study guide designed to assist teachers to engage students in the complex task of defining coastal communities and understanding social aspects relating...

Structural hazards

This lesson introduces students to some of the basic concepts behind structural hazards in the context of earthquakes. Many cities have a variety of building sizes, shapes, architectural styles, and materials. This lesson covers the basic ideas concerning how structures respond to earthquakes using a tabletop exercise and three hands-on activities....

Landslide hazards

In this lesson, students learn about earthquake-induced landslides and the associated hazards, and how and why landslides occur. In addition, students discuss steps they can take to reduce landslide hazards. This lesson begins with a tabletop exercise to simulate a complex situation with multiple possible responsesbefore the students have obtained all...

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Silly Timmy Disaster Comic in Russian - Неразумный Тимофей!

Posted by Justin Sharpe on February 26, 2018 at 19:30 0 Comments

The original versions of these are almost four years old now, but after some being translated into major European languages that are spoken globally I wanted to be inclusive of other languages. This relies on meeting the right people and for this…

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Infographic of research

Posted by Justin Sharpe on October 4, 2017 at 14:30 0 Comments

I wanted to show my PhD research findings in an easily digestible and accessible manner, so I created this infographic:…

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Silly Timmy Disaster Comic - Bahasa Malaysian

Posted by Justin Sharpe on October 2, 2017 at 19:22 0 Comments

The original versions of these are almost four years old now, but after some being translated into major European languages that are spoken globally I wanted to be inclusive of other languages. This relies on meeting the right people and for this…

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How to communicate better to stop disasters occurring

Posted by Justin Sharpe on May 15, 2017 at 14:30 0 Comments

I have read an interesting blog written by Robert Glasser from UNISDR, with the WCDRR coming up in Cancun. I agree with many of the points made, and would like to see more culturally appropriate community/family led and oriented DRR communication…

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