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Child-centred disaster risk reduction: a holistic, rights-based conceptual framework
Child-centred disaster risk reduction: a holistic, rights-based conceptual framework
12 Aug 2016
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Child-centred disaster risk reduction: a holistic, rights-based conceptual framework

Child-centred disaster risk reduction (CC-DRR) is a flexible, rights-based, innovative approach to disaster risk reduction (DRR) combining child-focused (for the children) and child-led (by the children) activities involving children, families, communities, non governmental organisations, emergency management agencies and governments (UNICEF, 2014; PLANUK, 2010; Save the Children, 2007).

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