The Alert Rabbit
Save the Children Sweden, 2008
The Alert Rabbit’ tells a story about animals who prepared themselves for natural disasters and were subsequently safe from wild fire. Composed by a group of primary school students from Baan Talae Nok School in Ranong Province with support from Rabatbai Group, the book teaches children about the importance of disaster preparedness and basic education about natural disasters.
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Training Manual: Child-Led Disaster Risk Reduction in Schools and Communities
Save the Children Sweden, 2007
This training manual is based on the experience of the pilot project in tsunami affected provinces in southern Thailand as a guide for organising activities to strengthen children’s capacity in disaster risk reduction in schools and communities. This manual aims to promote leadership by children and young people in planning, analysing, and conducting disaster risk-reduction activities.
The manual consists of the following topics:
- Preparation: Getting started
- Disaster risk reduction: concepts and definitions
- Risk and resource community mapping
- An educational campaign on disaster risk reduction
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>> Download: Publication - Indonesian version - (content1) - 2.36 MB
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In the Face of Disaster: Children and climate change
Save the Children , 2008
In the Face of Disaster explores the potential impact of climate change and natural disasters on children’s health, nutrition, protection and education. The report also raises concerns about how vulnerable households will cope and adapt to these changes, and what this might mean for children’s survival.
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Child-led Disaster Risk Reduction: A practical guide
Save the Children
Save the Children empowers children and young people to become involved in their community's preparedness and mitigation plans. This guide will illustrate the steps that have taken in Asia.
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The Report Lessons Learned from Child Led Disaster
Risk Reduction Project in Thailand
Save the Children Sweden and UK in Thailand
The Report “Lessons Learned from Child Led Disaster
Risk Reduction Project in Thailand” is a result of the efforts of the Save the Children Sweden and UK in Thailand to document the process, outcomes and lessons that we have learnt from implementing this six-month pilot project on Child-Led Disaster Risk Reduction in Thailand. This project is based on our belief that children can play an active role in community’s affairs such as disaster risk reduction, especially if they are appropriately trained and supported by adults.
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Living with disasters and changing climate
Save the Children
Living with disasters and changing
climate is about children, disaster risk
reduction, and climate change. Based on
Save the Children’s experience in Child-centred
disaster risk reduction in Southeast
Asia, this book is a collection of children’s
stories and statements about their views
on disasters and climate change and their
impact on the children’s lives, and how they
can do something about it.
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