Abstract The purpose of this methodological literature review was to investigate how scholars and practitioners currently measure and judge the effectiveness of disaster education programs for children through evaluation. From a systematic search of the published and gray literature, 35 studies were identified and analyzed to develop a categorization of the operational components of the […]Read More
The following publications are from related organisations within the disaster risk reduction (DRR) community.
Abstract The article in is suggesting that socio-economic change plays significant influence on disaster risk management, thus the current linear model for the assessment tool should be improved. This comprehensive instrument adopted an indicator-based approach for each element that makes up country׳s disaster management system. Using Thailand as a case for application, the author has […]Read More
The UNESCO Science Report 2010 analyses the trends and developments that have shaped scientific research, innovation, and higher education over the past five years, including the impact of the current global economic recession. Taking up from where its predecessor left off in 2005, the UNESCO Science Report 2010 proposes a world tour of the status […]Read More