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23/01/2020

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Four phases of disaster management are well-established in disaster related literature. The phases are emergency relief, recovery and reconstruction, mitigation, and preparedness. Long-term recovery is the...Read More

23/01/2020

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The COPE Squad from the picture book series, COPE, is here to teach all Hong Kong kids how to "Get Ready and Be Prepared" in face of disasters!

 

Apart from reaching out to children...Read More

22/01/2020

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During the Fourth Global Summit of Research Institutes for Disaster Risk Reduction organised by the GADRI at Kyoto University, Japan in 2019, we presented a case study paper titled "Can the...Read More

2019

28/12/2019

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With an aim to better understand the needs of various sectors in Hong Kong in enhancing their emergency management capabilities, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute has conducted a...Read More

26/12/2019

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Our latest population based survey found that 61% of the public of Hong Kong did not take extra action in response to the...Read More

23/12/2019

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[This article is only available in Chinese.]

 

香港賽馬會災難防護應變教研中心將於1月4日在由消防處主辦的 <慎用救護服務巡迴展覽> 活動跟大家見面,在教研中心的攤位中,我們設計的 <防災好易TOUCH> 遊戲將會首度登場!  小朋友或大朋友玩完遊戲後,還可免費獲得 <COPE 防災教學繪本系列> ! 我們還有其他 VR (虛擬實境) 遊戲和禮物派發!

 

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23/12/2019

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Children between the ages of 0-8 represent the highest percentage of affected populations in today’s global emergencies (UNICEF, 2007). The leading organisations in promoting disaster risk reduction globally have been...Read More

23/12/2019

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Partnering with the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists and Hong Kong St. John Ambulance Association, and the Castle Peak Catholic Primary School (CPCPS), the HKJCDPRI delivered two seminars for the teachers and students of...Read More

23/12/2019

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The first World Disaster Report​ was published in 1993 with the aims of bringing up the latest trends, facts and anlysis of comtemporary disasters and the impact of disasters on vulnerable people in the globe. It is convened by the...Read More

08/12/2019

 

Our latest population based survey found that 61% of the public of Hong Kong did not take any action in response to the fact that they believed disaster risk is increasing.

 

The Hong Kong...Read More

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