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Child Centered Disaster Risk Reduction Training

7 January - 11 January

Event Details: Child-Centered Disaster Risk Reduction Training

INTRODUCTION

Child-centered disaster risk reduction (CCDRR) is a process to strengthen the community’s resilience. Children become activists and mobilize community through influencing individuals, peer groups, and other stakeholders towards the achievement of resilience in communities in times of disaster. CCDDR complements to national action plans for children through empowering children and community as whole towards disaster risk reduction.

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

  • Child-Centered Community Development (CCCD)
  • The relationship between Development and Disasters
  • An understanding of CBDRR and its alignment with CCCD
  • An understanding of the work process of CCDRR
  • Community organization
  • Institutional strengthening and alliance building on DRR

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Child-Centered Community Development (CCCD)
  • Disasters relationship to development
  • Vicious spiral of Disaster Risk and development failure
  • Mainstream model of disaster risk reduction and development
  • Understanding CBDRR and its alignment with CCCD
  • Institutional strengthening and alliance building on DRR

HOW TO REGISTER ONLINE
To register online to book your spot, click on this link Online Registration Form 

CUSTOMIZED TRAINING

This training can also be customized for your institution upon request. You can have it delivered your preferred location.

For further inquiries, please contact us on the details below:
Tel: +254 (0) 739167709.
Email: 
Office Location: Utumishi Co-op Hse, Mamlaka rd, Off Nyerere Rd, Nairobi

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Start:
7 January
End:
11 January
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Website:
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Organiser

Versed Professional Services
Phone:
+254 (0) 739167709.
Email:
training@versedpro.com
Website:
https://versedpro.com/index.php/

Other

Country
Kenya
Region
Africa, East and Horn of
Language
English