Pelatihan KBBM-PERTAMA Untuk Sibat: Panduan Pelatih

Dalam upaya peningkatan kapasitas TSR (Tenaga Suka Rela) PMI dalam wadah Sibat (Siaga Bencana Berbasis Masyarakat) di bidang kesiapsiagaan bencana dan pengurangan risiko berbasis masyarakat, panduan ini akan membekali tim Sibat dengan pengetahuan mengenai Gerakan dan PMI juga ketrampilan-ketrampilan Kepalangmerahan. Diharapkan tim Sibat nantinya mempunyai kapasitas menggerakkan, memotivasi dan memobilisasi masyarakat dalam upaya mitigasi/pengurangan dan tanggap bencana terhadap risiko bahaya di wilayahnya.

 

Guide to Community-Based Disaster Preparedness for villages and communities. Palang Merah Indonesia, 2008.

Gathered from IFRC South-East Asia’s Road to Resilience site.

Pelatihan KBBM-PERTAMA Untuk Sibat: Panduan Pelatih
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