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United Nations 4 Nov 18
What's happening this week at the UN? , , , at & more. List of events is here:
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ActionAid UK 5 Nov 18
: When disaster strikes, ActionAid does things differently. We work directly with local women and girls to provide support and save lives. Learn about our approach to emergency response and meet some of our Humanitarian Heroes. 👉
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United Nations in India 5 Nov 18
are rare but devastating. Over the past two decades, tsunamis have accounted for almost 10% of economic losses from disasters, setting back development gains, especially in countries that border the Indian and Pacific Oceans: SG on
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UNDRR 5 Nov 18
Tsunami awareness: 'Get to higher ground if you want a chance of surviving' FRANCE24 interview with spokesperson
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USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance 5 Nov 18
Tsunamis are rare but deadly. On World , understand the risks and be prepared.
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United Nations 5 Nov 18
Tsunamis have no seasons. Early warning systems, preparedness & education can build .
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UNDP Asia-Pacific 6 Nov 18
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UNDP Pakistan 4 Nov 18
Tsunamis are rare but they can affect many people, especially communities living in the coastal areas. With support from , evacuation drills organised for 6 schools in the coastal city of
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UNESCO 5 Nov 18
We cannot predict a tsunami. But we can predict how to act when it strikes. Emergency drills are crucial practices in disaster preparation. Be aware. Be smart. Be safe.
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UN Development 5 Nov 18
TUNE IN LIVE : we're joining , Chile, Indonesia, Maldives & for . Tsunami waves🌊 have killed 250,000 ppl worldwide between 1998-2017. See how we work together to protect lives & :
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UN Women 5 Nov 18
It's important to recognize how gender relates to disaster risks. Learn why on :
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United Nations 5 Nov 18
Tsunamis account for $280 billion in economic losses over the last twenty years. Monday's highlights the risks and how to save lives:
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Mami Mizutori 23 May 18
I was moved to hear the stories of children who survived the 2011 on my 1st visit to Japan since I joined Children like these who have survived the worst and are the future of
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Nat Geo Education 5 Nov 18
Tsunamis are rare but deadly. Early warning saves lives. Know what to do and where to go.
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AIDR 4 Nov 18
We are delighted to be launching the updated Tsunami Emergency Planning in Australia Handbook and companion documents on .
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UN Volunteers 5 Nov 18
"Real -the ability to recover from shocks- is tied to our connections to others" - Prof. University. Read more on his research about why social ties, not just sandbags, help communities bounce back
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UNDRR 7 Nov 18
Students say more education on disaster risk is needed at an early age as launches new Stop Disasters Game to mark and to support It includes module
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UN Geneva 5 Nov 18
Tsunamis are rare & extremely deadly events. 58 of them have claimed >260,000 lives, an average of 4,600 per disaster, more than any other natural hazard. Let's raise tsunami awareness & share innovative approaches to risk reduction 🌊
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UNDP Asia-Pacific 4 Nov 18
In , the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami took 35,000 lives, 40% of whom were children. & conducted drills for 8,250 students in tsunami-prone schools 🏫 Read: w/
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Loughborough Uni PR 5 Nov 18
Today is - a day to raise awareness and highlight innovative approaches to risk reduction. Dr , of , has created an online game that aims to save lives by educating children on how to identify storm surges :
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