Reducing the impact of disasters for children and their communities by working together with children and community members and responsible structures at all levels to develop plans of action and ensure effective responses to emergencies


Developing staff and partner capacity to mainstream DRR into education, child protection and child rights governance projects.

Cooperating with children and community members to develop local plans of action to ensure effective response to emergencies.

Supporting peer to peer sessions promoting a culture of safety and strengthening knowledge on disaster reduction among children.

Implementing school-based DRR activities, involving children in developing school emergency preparedness plans, and developing guidelines with Regional Education Authorities to ensure meaningful child participation in emergency preparedness for schools.

Documenting best practices and disseminating project learning with relevant actors, and through networks with participation of children and adolescents.

Ensuring quality humanitarian response to communities and children affected by disasters.

Cooperating with other agencies in humanitarian emergencies, ensuring effective coordination with government, communities and children.

What We Do