Risk Management and Sustainability in Educative Sector: Experience of Bogotá, Colombia

Case study reviewing curricula changes and retrofitting programs introdcued in Bogotá, Colombia to promote both safe schools and disaster preparedness education in schools.

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http://www.preventionweb.net/files/7673_CCocaODCardonaSchoolcasestudyofBogota.pdf

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