Mayeda Rashid

PhD student
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Mayeda Rashid

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In proposing a shift from children as passive victims of natural disasters to children as agents of change for their own well-being and the development of their communities, child-centred disaster risk reduction has emerged as a distinctive rights-based approach to disaster risk reduction. It has become increasingly popular amongst development agencies around the world. But rigorous empirical research on the efficacy of the approach is scarce. This study will investigate the achievements and challenges of child-centred disaster risk reduction.
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Teacher facilitated child-centred disaster resilience education program: a participatory action research study in Bangladesh
18 Sep 2018
This study aims to design and test a disaster resilience education program for children within the...
Teacher-delivered child-centred disaster resilient education program for children
29 Jun 2017
This PhD Project involves a cross-cultural study on disaster resilience education for children...
Child-centred disaster risk reduction: a holistic, rights-based conceptual framework
12 Aug 2016
Child-centred disaster risk reduction (CC-DRR) is a flexible, rights-based, innovative approach to...
An Evidence-Based Practice Framework for Children's Disaster Education
18 Aug 2015
Disaster education for children has been identified as a key stragety for increasing disaster...
Children and Youth in Disasters: A Co-Produced Program of Research
18 Aug 2015
Children represent the most vulnerable demographic group in disasters.  The world health...
Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction: Achievements, Challenges, and Scope
18 Aug 2015
Child centred-disaster risk reduction (CC-DRR) is  defined as disaster risk reduction measures for...

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