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IFRC Country Cluster Support Team (CCST) in collaboration with ASEAN and partners will organize the Southeast Asia Regional Lessons Learnt Workshop on School Safety Initiative and School-Based Disaster Risk Reduction in Bangkok, Thailand, on 15-16 September 2016.

For more information, see the Concept note | Agenda | Practical information | Participant list | Report
For any high-resolution photos, kindly contact Nutchapang.Khowinij@ifrc.org
 
Session 1: Global & Regional Initiative on School Safety Risk Reduction
Presentation on global level school safety: Global initiative on school safety (GADRRRES/WISS) by Save the Children – Peuvchenda Bun
Presentation on regional level school safety: Asia Pacific Coalition on School Safety (APCSS) by Plan International – Trinh Truong Nghia
Presentation on ASEAN Safe Schools Initiative (ASSI) by Save the Children – Nadia Pulmano
Presentation on IFRC Engagement in School Safety: IFRC – Marwan Jilani
 

Session 2:School-based Disaster Risk Reduction Implementation in Myanmar by Myanmar Red Cross Society

Session 3: Youth Engagement on School Safety Initiative and Good Practice 
Presentation on Youth Engagement on School Safety Initiative and Good Practice by Timor-Leste Red Cross (CVTL)
Presentation on Youth Engagement on School Safety Initiative and Good Practice by Indonesian Red Cross (PMI)
Presentation on Learning and Sharing from youth training for school safety by Viet Nam Red Cross
 

Session 4: Parallel working groups: Sharing good practices, lessons learnt and challenges related to each pillar of the Comprehensive School Safety Framework

  

  

 

Session 5: Good Practice of Risk assessment on Pillar 1 (Safe Learning Facilities): VISUS CSS Application from Ministry of Education and Sports of Lao PDR – Thipphamonh Chanthalangsy

The Triaged Assessment Approach in the Application (slide 22 from the presentation powerpoint)

Session 6: Comprehensive School Safety Regional Mapping Study by Save the Children – Nadia Pulmano
 
 
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Related resources:

Comprehensive school safety, a

global framework (UNISDR, GADRRRES,

Dec 2014)

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IFRC Manuals, guides and briefings
 
         
Engaging in the ASEAN School Safety Initiative (ASSI) (IFRC, 2015), a brief highlighting the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement’s engagement in ASEAN School Safe Initiative. See ASEAN School Safety Initiative (ASSI)

Preparing for disasters -a road to resilience in Southeast Asia – consisting of 7 English comic booklets in PDF format (A4 size).  Learning how to face disasters that may occur suddenly by 2 comic characters: Fah and Ton in different disaster situations:

                    

1. Drought                            available in EnglishThaiBurmeseKhmerLaoTetum and Vietnamese
2. Earthquake                      available in EnglishThaiBurmeseLaoTetum and Vietnamese
3. Fire                                    available in EnglishThaiBurmeseKhmerLaoTetum and Vietnamese
4. Flood                                 available in EnglishThaiBurmeseKhmerLaoTetum and Vietnamese
5. Hygiene Promotion        available in EnglishThaiBurmeseKhmerLaoTetum and Vietnamese
 
         

 Malaria infographic A3 poster covering:

 – Malaria in Southeast Asia
 – All about mosquitoes
 – Protect yourself and family
6. Tsunami                           available in EnglishThaiBurmeseTetum and Vietnamese
7. Typhoon and Cyclone   available in EnglishThaiBurmeseKhmerLaoTetum and Vietnamese
8. Malaria Prevention        available in EnglishBurmeseKhmerLao and Vietnamese

 

     
Video: Be prepared for Natural Disasters with Mr. Radar

English – YouTube link
Thai – YouTube link
Information Poster – Multi Hazards – Be prepared with Mr. Radar in English –

A2 poster with key messages for flood, earthquake, tsunami, windstorm, forest fire, drought, landslide and hazardous chemicals.
Snake Board Game – a game set in A3 in Thai.
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Resources from ASEAN Safe School Initiative (ASSI), see this link
 
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Resources from Save the Children

  

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