Cogs lifted in the air by hands
As the Ministry of Environment, Sustainable Development and Ecological Transition (MINEDDTE) prepares its first national adaptation plan (NAP) document, it launched a digital campaign calling on youth to get involved in adaptation.
National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Global Network
Students around the world can explore a new virtual world to learn heat wave survival skills and cooling solutions through the Minecraft Education platform.
Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center
Flood mural Rajapur, Nepal
The activity was carried out first in the classroom where children were allowed to express their experience living with flood through drawings and artistic expression.
Global Resilience Partnership
Child studying at school in the Philippines
Over 26 million enrolled students in the Philippines are confronted with the multifaceted impacts of climate change, including the possibility of El Nino bringing intolerable heat, more powerful typhoons, and limited access to water for basic needs.
Save the Children - Philippines
Turkish schoolgirls in uniform walking in a street
Natural hazards have a devastating effect on children’s education. Through its Global Program for Safer Schools (GPSS), the World Bank works hand-in-hand with client countries to ensure the resilience of school infrastructure.
World Bank, the
Students whose families live in zip codes where there was a severe weather disaster get worse grades than their peers, are more likely to withdraw from difficult courses and ultimately are more likely to default on their student loans says a new study.
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Floods in 2022 had destroyed Baleswar Higher Secondary School in Assam’s Cachar district. More than a year later, hool has managed to build back up little by little, with limited government support.
Down To Earth
To find out what children must do if a tremor hits when parents, teachers or other adults are not around, Mainichi Shimbun interviewed Satoko Oki, a seismologist and associate professor at Keio University's Faculty of Environment and Information Studies.
Mainichi Newspapers Co., Ltd., the - Mainichi Daily news, the
The report of the event focuses on the pressing need to upscale wetland solutions for disaster risk reduction. The session featured prominent speakers who offered valuable insights into the potential of wetlands as nature-based solutions (NbS).
Wetlands International
This picture shows a boy with crutches in the Dadaab refugee camp in Somalia.
Fighting inequality for a resilient future is the theme of this year’s International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction. It highlights the vicious cycle between disasters and inequality
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

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