Fajar Shidiq was born in a densely populated residential area with middle-low income population profile, namely Gang Mayong, Jakarta, Indonesia. The neighbourhood can only be accessed by two-wheeler, or even cannot be accessed by any vehicle in some parts. In his house was burnt due to electrical shortage. This incident inspired him as a disaster survivor and youth to initiate a community-based disaster risk reduction along with his friends, the Indonesian Youth on Disaster Risk Reduction IYDRR. They believe, by empowering youth and the community themselves, they can make the community more resilient in the future.
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Resilience Library. Keywords : Palang Merah Remaja, youth, siaga bencana, BNPB, disaster preparedness, CBAT, preparedness, national level, Framework for Disaster Preparedness, supporting teachers, peer educators, Child Protection Law, advocacy, socialization, partnerships, networks, integrating disaster preparedness in schools.
However, we do recommend being completely aware of all costs and charges from providers and support services should your National Society take part in SMS campaigns. The case study focuses on mainstreaming disaster risk reduction curriculum in the formal education system, from primary school to university. Mainstreaming disaster risk reduction process in 3 steps: orientation, learning process and the real-time scenario. Tools used to support this process: online game in 8 languages, interactive flip charts and DRR board games snake board games.
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