During the first implementation phase of “Enhancing Disaster Risk Reduction Capacity in Thailand” supported by USAID/OFDA from July 2016 to December 2018, 11 villages and 10 schools in 3 flood-prone provinces namely Angthong, Nakornnayok and Singburi were provided with both software (e.g. training on disaster management and simulation exercise) and hardware (e.g. first aid kit and CBDRR box). Before continuing the second phase which expands the implementation to 30 other communities across Thailand, it is recommended to organize a CBDRR-SBDRR Refresher Training in order to review the key concepts and approach as well as to encourage peer-to-peer learning among Health Stations across the country.
• To review the key concepts such as Disaster Management, Community Resilience, CBDRR approach and School Safety Framework
• To share and learn from previous implementation in different provinces
• To review the workplan of CBDRR-SBDRR in OFDA phase 2
- Introduction, Agenda and Objectives
- Disaster Management, Sendai Framework and Climate Change Concepts
- IFRC Framework for Community Resilience & Protection, Gender and Inclusion
- Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction: Community Plan and 8-step CBDRR
- Comprehensive School Safety Framework
- School Safety Good Practices and Tools (Save the Children)
- Comprehensive School Safety Projects (Plan International). Click here to download supporting materials.
- Community-Based Disaster Risk Management
- Risk Assessment
- School-Based Disaster Risk Reduction
- SBDRR Activities by Thai Red Cross Health Station 7