Building model of information, education and communication clubs for preventing natural disasters to improve disaster prevention capacity of local ethnic minority communities - Results and lessons learned (Case studies of Gie Trieng ethnic group in Kon Tum province and Co Ho ethnic group in Lam Dong province)

Vu Thi Thanh Minh

Abstract


Climate change and sea level rise are an existing threat of humanity in the 21st century. The victims of natural disasters and climate change are none other than people who suffer with increasing levels of disasters for a country and a region. Therefore, the study proposes and implements solutions to minimize negative impacts of natural disasters and adapts to the process of global climate change, which is an urgent task of every country. One of the solutions to improve the capacity of natural disaster prevention and mitigation for ethnic minorities is to educate and raise awareness for people in natural disaster prevention. Thus, building a model of clubs for information, education and communication for preventing natural disasters to improve disaster prevention capacity of ethnic minorities is of utmost importance.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25073/0866-773X/252

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