UNDRR Call for Proposals: School Safety Programme towards Culture of Disaster Prevention in Korea
The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) is inviting not profit-making organisations for Implementation of the School Safety Programme towards Culture of Disaster Prevention in Korea.
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The purpose of this grant is to contribute to the work of United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction in Northeast Asia by scaling up UNDR ONEA-GETI School Safety Programme: Towards a Culture of Prevention in Korea through the collaboration of an implementer partner, it aims to raise the level of awareness of disaster safety to children, and develop elementary school teachers’ capacities to utilize the program on their own, so as to spread the program.
The School Safety Programme in Korea will raise the level of awareness of disaster safety to children and develop elementary school teachers’ capacities on disaster risk reduction leading to sustainable disaster risk reduction education in elementary schools in Korea.
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Activity 1. Organize and attend training of trainer’s program organized by United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction ONEA-GETI
Activity 2. Selection of Schools
Activity 3. Conduct UNDRR ONEA & GETI’s School Safety Programme in selected schools
Activity 4. Organize Training for teachers (TOT)
Activity 5. Survey result and analysis
The maximum amount requested from UNDRR for the implementation of this project cannot exceed 25,000 USD.
The duration of the proposed project cannot exceed 3 months and not to exceed 31 December 2020.
Conduct 250 sessions of training (approximately 50 schools)
Provide education to 5,000 students (20 students per class on average)
Train 100 teachers from 20 elementary schools
Not profit-making organisations are eligible to apply.
Projects’ activities can include, amongst others, the following:
seminars, workshops, trainings;
capacity building activities;
institutional strengthening activities and
The following types of activity will not be covered:
capital expenditure, e.g. land, buildings, equipment and vehicles;
individual scholarships for studies or training courses;
supporting political parties; and
For more information, visit https://www.undrr.org/vacancy/009-call-proposals-school-safety-programme-towards-culture-disaster-prevention-korea