Children and Youth

CSSI 3rd Ministerial Forum
The CSSI is the Caribbean’s contribution to the Worldwide-Initiative on Safe Schools (WISS) and promotes the partnership for advancing safe school implementation.
Caribbean Safe School Initiative
The Third Caribbean Safe School Initiative Ministerial Forum, which will be taking place in Sint Maarten from 28 to 30 June 2022, has recognized youth as a key partner in advancing resilience and reducing risk.
Amal Ridene, Young Climate Change Negotiator
Diverse leadership and adaptive social protection are critical factors for resilient and sustainable risk reduction and protection against the impacts of disaster and extreme climate events.
Cover and title of publication
The study investigates the reported impact and challenges faced by youth-led disaster risk reduction (DRR) activities through identifying themes in answers across activities to provide local and global recommendations for future youth-led activities.
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United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction – Regional Office for the Americas and the Caribbean
Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport of Sint Maarten
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Headquarters
European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection DG
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - government
United Nations Children's Fund
Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency
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Philippines - government
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Regional Office for Asia and Pacific
ARISE Philippines
Manila
Towards Gender Equality and Women’s Leadership for Resilience to Disaster Risks in Latin America and the Caribbean
Factors such as gender, age, life in an urban or rural context, belonging to a native or Afrodescendant people, access to education or social protection mechanisms significantly influence people’s knowledge and ability to prepare and respond.
Image of the disaster caused by typhoon Rolly and Ulysses in Catanduanes Bicol November 2020
Since 2013, a close partnership between humanitarian organizations and the government has been critical to strengthening the Philippines’s disaster risk reduction and management.
Call community engagement
MCR2030's Local governments and collaborators are invited to share good practices and lessons learned on local governments' engagement and Collaboration with their local communities for disaster risk reduction, climate adaptation, and urban resilience.
Panelists of World Tsunami Awareness Day Pacific Webinar
International collaboration must be made stronger to make communities resilient to tsunamis