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Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

This fee-based course is designed to offer practical guidance and hands-on experience to participants on developing disaster risk communication plan, thereby improving risk communication and establishing effective risk-informed decisions at all levels. This course looks risk communication from a multi-hazard and gender perspectives, and mainly focuses on natural hazard-induced disasters (both rapid and slow onset), including disease epidemics, such as, Covid-19). However, risks arising from man-made hazards have not been considered. At the end of the course, participants will be able to raise awareness, knowledge and skills on effective disaster risk communication plan; develop or enhance their draft disaster risk communication plan in the new normal; and identify initiatives and good practices on effective disaster risk communication in the new normal for possible replication.

The course is comprised of 8 lessons that will be covered over 3 weeks (1 – 19 March 2021).

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