Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction (CBDRR) Manual of Myanmar Red Cross Society

The Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS) has developed a CBDRR Manual to guide Red Cross Volunteers and program staff in implementing common and an integrated approach to the community-based risk reduction program. Together with the CBDRR Awareness Tool Box, the CBDRR Manual provides guidance and support to the implementation of community-based programs in Myanmar by explaining each of the implementation steps as well as the tools used.
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