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Session 3 theee pillars on school safety plan cambodia (final) Session 3 theee pillars on school safety plan cambodia (final) Presentation Transcript

  • Best Practices of Safe School Initiative in Cambodia BKK, Thailand 13-14 Nov 13
  • Outlines of Presentation • • • • • Safe school initiative in Cambodia: 3 pillars and 18 actions Best practices of pillar 1, 2 & 3 Challenges Lessons learnt Way forward
  • Safe School Initiative in Cambodia : Safe School Guidelines Pillar I Safe School Facilities Pillar II School Disaster Management Pillar III Risk Reduction and Resilience Education 1. New school building must resilient to disasters 1. Establishment of School Disaster Management Committee 1. Orientation of Safe School Guideline 2. Identifying and prioritizing schools where need renovation and reconstruction 2. Developing and implementing DRR action plan 2. Mainstreaming DRR into formal curriculum 3. All schools must be safe in order to minimize risks 3. Developing and implementing disaster and emergency preparedness plan 3. Teacher Training View slide
  • Safe School Initiative in Cambodia : Safe School Guidelines (Con’t) Pillar I School Facilities Pillar II School Disaster Management Pillar III DRR Education 4. Safety in accessing school 4. Follow –up, monitoring, evaluation and reporting 4. Capacity building of School Disaster Management Committee, teachers and Children Council 5. School has clean water and sanitation 5. First aid training in school 6. Life skills on educating hygiene, first aid assistance and preventing epidemics 6. Developing key messages to mitigate school vulnerability 7. Nutrition and food safety 8. Learning environment and child protection View slide
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 2
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 2
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 3
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 4
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 4
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 4
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 4
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 5
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 5
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 5
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 6
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 6
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 7
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 8
  • Safe School Facilities Pillar I, Action 8
  • School Disaster Management Pillar II, Action 1
  • School Disaster Management Pillar II, Action 2&3
  • School Disaster Management Pillar II, Action 3
  • School Disaster Management Pillar II, Action 4
  • Risk Reduction and Resilience Education Pillar III, Action 1&2
  • Risk Reduction and Resilience Education Pillar III, Action 1&2
  • Risk Reduction and Resilience Education Pillar III, Action 3&4
  • Risk Reduction and Resilience Education Pillar III, Action 5
  • Risk Reduction and Resilience Education Pillar III, Action 5
  • Risk Reduction and Resilience Education Pillar III, Action 6
  • Challenges • In the beginning of the project, School Support Committee and Children Council did not understand about their roles and responsibilities in promoting Safe Schools. • In the beginning of the project, Task Force and Writing Committee had limited knowledge on DRR and Safe School concepts lead to slow down the development of Safe School Initiative.
  • Lessons Learnt • Times consumed to build the capacity of School Support Committee, Children Council, Commune Committee for Disaster Management • A lot of support made to support Task Force and Writing Committee established by the MoEYS of RGC to develop Safe School Initiative
  • Way Forward • Continue partnership with CRF, and cooperating with MoEYS, and providing capacity building to them through training, workshop, mentoring and coaching on DRR and safe school • Continue technical support to CRF to provide capacity building to School Support Committee, Children Council, Commune Committee for Disaster Management in target areas on DRR and safe school • Through CRF, support Task Force and Writing Committee to finalize and launching Safe School Initiative nationwide and expanding to 72 target schools in 24 provinces/capital using Safe School Initiative within the next few years for greater impacts
  • Thank You