Nepal Red Cross Case Study on School Disaster Preparedness

Teaching disaster preparedness in schools can be an effective way of reaching teachers and students as well as the surrounding communities -making them safer and better prepared for disasters. Over the past three years, Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) and its partners have been working with schools in three of Nepal’s most hazard-prone districts. Two students illustrate how the program made a difference in their lives – and their communities.

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