The case study highlights Philippine Red Cross and Cambodian Red Cross’ contribution to all three pillars of the Comprehensive School Safety Framework, which include: Building safe learning facilities, establishing school disaster management capacities and promoting risk reduction and resilience education in the participating schools.
Extracted from the Building Urban Resilience in Southeast Asia, an ECHO-funded project, this case study forms a part of the Building Urban Resilience in Southeast Asia series.
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