The Ready! Game
Ready enables focused conversations with communities on disaster preparedness and disaster risk reduction.  It was designed by students at Parsons School of Design for use by the American Red Cross in the Zambezi river basin.  Ready! is a relatively physical game that can be played using virtually any disaster scenario. The game is played with simple materials including dice are cards.
 

Online home for the game
http://www.climatecentre.org/site/ready

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