Media training on Reporting on Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness (RedMap)

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia – A total of 80 Mongolian journalists have gained technical knowledge and learned practical skills on integrating disaster preparedness and mitigation into their beats through a media training organized by NEMA of Mongolia, ADPC and the ThaiPBS. The workshops successfully prepare journalists to tell newsworthy stories on how communities are building resilience against disasters in Mongolia.

Training course on agro-ecosystem resilience in changing climate

Phetchaburi, Thailand – ADPC organized a four-day training course on “Agro-ecosystem Resilience in Changing Climate” for government officials on 27-30 March in Phetchaburi, Thailand. Participants discussed key factors that influence sustainability and resilience of land-farming and aquafarming to develop applications that can help this sector absorb the impact of climate variability.

GIDM and ADPC join hands for Capacity Building on Management of Disasters

Bangkok, Thailand – A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Gujarat Institute of Disaster Management (GIDM) and ADPC. Under the MoU, both institutions have agreed to jointly work for improving training services through development and sharing of Disaster Risk Reduction related technical expertise, joint research, documentation and knowledge exchange.