International Collaborating Center of Disaster Education Research and Implementation of Research Institute of Disaster Science (IRIDeS), Tohoku University, made an practical guide for teachers who are interested in implementing the R-DRR mapping, based on the five years of practical experience at the ten schools in the 2012-2016 school years in Ishinomaki. The authors hope it will become a guide for all who are interested in R-DRR mapping, not only in Ishinomaki but across Japan and around the world.
Based on experiences and lessons learned from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, there are strong demands for strengthening disaster education and disaster management at schools in Japan. Among those, strengthening partnerships among schools, households, and community is one of the key indispensable areas to enhancing community resilience. It is thought that Japan is expected to be a leader in developing a model for the collaboration among schools, households, and the communities in the field of disaster education.
The “Sendai Cooperation Initiative for Disaster Risk Reduction” was announced as Japan’s contribution measures at the 3rd United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction. Community development for disaster resilience and disaster education for disaster risk reduction is recognized as a key measure. This involves promoting community-based education for disaster risk reduction and community development for Sustainable community development for disaster resilience.
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