UNICEF: Disaster preparedness in the Philippines

This video looks at UNICEF-supported initiatives and investments in education and risk reduction programs in the disaster-prone region of Albay Province, Philippines. These programs target school-aged children with the hopes of building resilience in communities and shaping a new generation of leaders for a more sustainable future.

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