Mauritius

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United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Office in Incheon for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction
National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Centre
Quatre Bornes
The High School Students Islands Summit for World Tsunami Awareness Day
For the second year, a High School students Summit was organised in Japan to mark World Tsunami Awareness Day. Young people from 26 countries participated.
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Mauritius - government
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Office in Incheon for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction
National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Centre
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Mauritius - government
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Office in Incheon for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction
National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Centre
Acting Prime Minister of Mauritius, Mr. Xavier-Luc Duval, opening Africa's 5th High Level Meeting on Disaster Risk Reduction today.
Africa's 5th High Level Meeting on Disaster Risk Reduction was attended by representatives from 47 countries today and agreed a programme of action to implement the Sendai Framework.
Mauritius Environment Minister Mr. Alain Wong in conversation with Prof. Akiko Yamanaka, Special Ambassador of Japan for World Tsunami Awareness Day
A special event was held yesterday at the Africa Regional Platform to mark the introduction of World Tsunami Awareness Day to the international calendar.
UNISDR head, Mr. Robert Glasser waits for a high-five from baby Chilal in the arms of her mother, Ms. Oumie Sissokho, Director of Operations, Gambia National Disaster Management Agency
The Africa Regional Platform has proved to be child-friendly for one working mother, Ms. Oumie Sissokho, Director of Operations with National Disaster Management Agency of the Gambia.
(from left) Mr. Patrick Kangwa, SADC, Mrs. Rhoda Peace Tumusiime, AUC Commissioner, Mr. Alain Wong, Environment Minister, Mauritius, Mr. Robert Glasser, head of UNISDR
The 6th Africa Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction closed today with comments on a draft Programme of Action for implementation of the Sendai Framework which will be considered tomorrow by a Ministerial level meeting.
(from left): Mr. Xavier Agostinho Chavana, Mozambique government, Dr. Ailsa Holloway, Stellenbosch University, Prof. Wadid Erian, League of Arab States, Mr. Robert Glasser, UNISDR head, Ms. Katie Peters, ODI (Photo: UNISDR)
There was a wide ranging discussion on understanding disaster risk and coherence between the main framework agreements comprising the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
Mauritius Government Minister Alain Wong Yen Cheong (centre) speaking to the media yesterday following the opening of the Africa Regional Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction with Ms. Olushola Olaide of the African Union Commission, and Mr. Robert Glasser, head of UNISDR.
The Africa Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction is being hosted by a small island developing state for the first time. The conference has been hearing what Mauritius is doing to reduce disaster risk and fight climate change.