Be Prepared for Natural Disasters with Mr. Radar!!

Be Prepared for Natural Disasters with Mr. Radar!! is a comic book featuring a super hero, Mr. Radar, designed to educate children, youth and the general public to be prepared for natural disasters (including rainstorm, flood, earthquake, landslide, and drought). Through this information and education communication material, children as part of community are informed to act in preparation for future disasters, and their knowledge will have long-term relevance to contribute to the safety and well-being of their communities.

Mr. Radar has also been adapted in a video animation, to access to the video, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3frLf5CthQ 

The comic book is also available in Thai language, see https://www.dropbox.com/s/ass03x7zhnin0w6/DRR%20comic%20book_Radar%20TH.pdf

Click at the book for the comic book in English, or the link below at the uploaded document.

 

Youtube Video Link: Preparing for Disasters with Mr. Radar, Information and Education Materials from IFRC South-East Asian Regional Delegation , IFRC Website
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3frLf5CthQ, https://sites.google.com/site/drrtoolsinsoutheastasia/disaster-risk-reduction/iec, http://www.ifrc.org/

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