The policy objective of anticipating and reducing risk is called disaster risk reduction (DRR). Although often used interchangeably with DRR, disaster risk management (DRM) can be thought of as the implementation of DRR, since it describes the actions that aim to achieve the objective of reducing risk.
Duration: 4 Weeks
Students, Professionals all levels
- Have developed a solid understanding of DRR and Management key concepts, models and frameworks.
- Have understood the importance of adopting a people-centred approach to DRR and management.
- Have the confidence to put into practice the most recent learning and knowledge around DRR and Management.
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Module 1: Risk identification
Module 2: Risk reduction
Module 3: Preparedness
Module 4: Resilient reconstruction
The course is aimed at reducing unnecessary use of energy in doing usual activitiesENROLL NOW